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The Crown Forces Form Square to fend off cavalry at The Battle of Chippewa/Lundy's Lane event in 2014.
Life in the encampment... a respite from battle and a place to rest, chat, and relax...
Marching steady onto the field for another battle. The Incorporated Militia is on the way!
As night falls in Fort Erie, the line fires a volley at the dreaded invaders in the fort!
At the Annual Mess Dinner, there's always time to have a dance and create memories...

Our Unit History

djEarly in the War of 1812, it became apparent that the existing militia system was woefully inadequate for the defense of Upper Canada. To rectify this situation, the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada passed an Act creating the Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada. Volunteers from throughout the Province were to be formed into Battalions, and to serve for the duration of the war. The men received...

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The Battle of Longwoods 2018 !

All winter we anxiously await our return to Longwwods Conservation Area outside Delaware Ontario! The Royal Scots never fail to set up a very well run annual event. As always we are treated "Royally" by the organizers! Friday evening was a little "breezy" but conditions were perfect for the two battles.

Some pictures from the weekend can be found at:

Rise to Rebellion 2018

This was our 11th year assisting the Georgina Pioneer Village with their two day Rise To Rebellion 1837 school program. Again several hundred grade 7 students form York Region and Durham Region participated as Patriots or supporters of The Family Compact!
Rallying speeches, drill, country dancing, the role of women, as well as native and sutler life were covered before participating in the march on Montgomery's Tavern!

Some pictures of both sides from this event can be found at:

IMUC's 40th!

On Saturday in the Blue Barracks of Old Fort York IMUC celebrated it's 40th anniversary as an 1812 Re-Enactment Regiment. That is about 20 times longer than the original Incorporated Militia existed!

Guests from On-Gwe-Ho-Way, The Glengarry Light Infantry, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, The US 22nd, The Norfolk Militia, 2nd York Militia, The Royal Navy, The King's Loyal Sutlers, The Royal Scots, joined IMUC, our own Incorporated Militia Artillery Company and Our Campfollowers at our Annual Mess Dinner.

We were greatly honoured when Hunter and Sable of On-Gwe-Ho-Way presented our Commanding Officer, Ken Murray, with a plaque commemorating 40 years of friendship between our two loyal groups. Chi Miigwech!


Photos c/o Jacquie, Liz, Jim, Brenda and eventually Sean, can be found at;



Remembrance Day Old Fort York Commons, Nov 11, 2017


Remembrance Day 2017

Once again the members of IMUC, IMAC and the Campfollowers joined the Fort York staff and volunteers and the Daughters of the Imperial Order of the Empire to commemorate Remembrance Day at Old Fort York. The Fort Ceremony is always well attended by the public. Having the WWII Harvards fly over added to the solemnity of the occasion.

Pictures courtesy of Denise Lundgren, Liz Webb and Deb Brown can be found at:

Battle of Ogdensburgh, 2018

IMUC February 2018

Spring must be soon! The Battle of Ogdensburgh, hosted by Forsythe's Rifles is always a promise of a new 1812 season! Members of the Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada again, supported this annual event. From the looks of the pictures we received from a few cell phones and Facebook posts, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves again. It is always good to fall in with the Fensibles, the 49th and the Glens!

Pictures gathered from various sources can be found at:


Incorporated Militia Of Upper Canada (IMUC)
The Engagement at Bradley House, Oct 21, 2017

The Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada and our alter-egos, The Incorporated Malcontents of Upper Connecticut were present for both battles on Saturday the set up by our hosts, the 2nd York Militia. As loyal Connecticut-ians we fell in with the Canadian Volunteers to raid Bradley House in the morning. In the afternoon we returned to redcoat to chase the same Canadian Volunteers away! The battle scenarios through a mock camp went well. Other units present included members of the Glengarry Light Infantry, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, the 41st, The 60th Regiment, The Canadian Volunteers. The British Indian Department, The Royal Scots and the Canadian Fencibles.

Again, thanks to our hosts Matthew Didier and the 2nd York Militia for hosting and inviting us to participate.

Some photos from the day can be found at

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