1939 Royal Tour
The 1939 royal tour by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth was the first time a reigning Canadian monarch had stepped foot in this country. The King and the Queen stopped in Vancouver, Victoria, and a number of other smaller communities in British Columbia. Mackenzie King was enthused, stating in his diary on May 29, 1939: "The day in Vancouver was one of the finest on the entire tour." The 15th (Vancouver) Coast Brigade RCA, "the crack artillery unit of the Vancouver Garrison" was featured in a newspaper article as practising for the salute when the King was to step off the train.
Colour home movie of the 1939 Royal Visit provides an overview of their entire Vancouver visit. Unfortunately it does not include any footage of the 15th (Vancouver) Coast Brigade RCA.
Question: What Regiment is providing the guard at City Hall?