Tag Archives: Queen’s York Rangers

Episode 016 CWO Grant Lawson

This week’s episode is with CWO Grant Lawson.  Grant has served as a crewman in the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps in two Regiments: the Ontario Regiment and the Queen’s York Rangers.  He has deployed to the Middle East, the former Yugoslavia and most recently to Afghanistan. His current appointment takes him out of his usual arcs and into the Infantry, serving as the Regimental Sergeant-Major of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry.  Grant is a good friend and a trusted advisor.  […]

Episode 009 Lt Ryerson Maybee

The guest this episode is Lt Ryerson Maybee of the Queen’s York Rangers (1st American Regiment) (RCAC).  Lt Maybee is a Officer in the Armoured Corps who started as a Non-Commissioned Member, and commissioned from the rank of Warrant Officer.  He is a highly skilled instructor and leader.  He has served in the former Yugoslavia as well as in Afghanistan. As a Warrant Officer, Ryerson had the distinct duty to be a Liaison Officer to fallen soldiers and their escorts […]

Episode 007 WO2 Stan Egerton Part 2

The second part of the episode with Stan Egerton explores his fight through the Scheldt, his return home from the war and his start with the Toronto Fire Department. The CTV Episode with Stan Egerton can be found at Here. You can support this site by shopping on Amazon.  You still enjoy Amazon’s great prices, but a portion of your purchase goes to supporting the show. The Canadian Soldiers march through Dieppe with pipes playing.  Somebody got in trouble for […]

Episode 007 WO2 Stan Egerton Part 1

This episode’s guest is WO2 Stan Egerton who served with the Toronto Scottish Regiment during World War 2.  Stan is the Toronto Scottish Regiment’s version of Saving Private Ryan because he was eager to serve with his two brothers; George and Frank. Stan lost his brothers in the second world war, and yet he speaks about them like he saw them only last week.  Another version of Stan’s story can be found at Vimeo. Please also check out a friend […]