The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada celebrated their 150th anniversary with a trooping the colour parade on Sunday.
The regiment of reservists held the event at Galt Collegiate Institute and Secondary School in Cambridge, Ont.
Reservists are citizen soldiers and are not full-time members of the Canadian Forces. They hold other jobs in addition to their military service.
"We really represent the face of the community and come from all walks of life," Lt.-Col. Mark Poland told Craig Norris, host of The Morning Edition on CBC Radio 1 in Kitchener.
After the parade, a LAV3 (light armoured vehicle) was unveiled at the Cambridge Armoury to commemorate local veterans of the war in Afghanistan.