39 Signal Regiment

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39 Signal Regiment
Founded 2011
Nickname 39 Sig Regt

39 Signals Regiment, a communications unit of the Canadian Army Reserves, was authorized by Ministerial Order dated 26 July 2011[1], the result of amalgamating 741 Communication Squadron, 744 Communication Regiment and 748 Communication Squadron. In 2012, again by Ministerial Order[2], the unit name was corrected to 39 Signal Regiment, the correct styling of the unit name (Signal vs Signals).

The unit consists of four squadrons (A Squadron in Vancouver, B Squadron on Vancouver Island and C Squadron in Kelowna) along with Headquarters Squadron located at the MGen B.M. Hoffmeister Building, Vancouver.

Commanding Officers

LCol Kent Wickens, unknown - 31 May 2020
LCol Sam Fasullo, 31 May 2020 - present

Regimental Sergeants Major

CWO Matthew Quenet, unknown - present


Unit lineage
Created from
741 Communication Squadron
39 Signal Regiment Succeeded by
Current Unit
Created from
744 Communication Regiment
Created from
748 Communication Squadron

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  1. Ministerial Organization Order 2011058, 26 July 2011.
  2. Ministerial Organization Order 2012010, 9 March 2012.