They are the London and Oxford Fusiliers, the Lincoln and Welland Regiment, the Queen's York Rangers, the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders, the Canadian Grenadier Guards, the Voltigeurs of Quebec, the Royal New Brunswick Regiment and finally--a long way from home--the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
What does CGG stand for?
CGG stands for Canadian Grenadier Guards (Canadian reserve military unit)
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- Military and Government
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We have 56 other meanings of CGG in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Goldfish Society
- Child Guidance & Family Solutions
- Committee on the Global Financial System
- curriculum guidance for the foundation stage
- Credit Guarantee Fund for Small Industries
- Compagnie Générale Française de Transports et d'Entreprises (France)
- Core Group Field Unit (National Hydroelectric Power Corporation Ltd, India)
- Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone
- California Grape Grower (magazine, now Wines & Vines)
- Campaign for Good Governance (Sierra Leone)
- Cancer Genetics Group (Birmingham, UK)
- Capital Gold Group (Sherman Oaks, CA)
- Centre for Good Governance (India)
- Cercle Généalogique de Guebwiller (French: Guebwiller Genealogy Circle)
- Church of the Great God
- Clean Green Gracious (environment; Japan)
- Collège Gérald-Godin (Quebec, Canada)
- Colloquium on Generative Grammar
- Commerz Grundbesitz Gruppe (German commercial real estate company)
- Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (French geophysical services company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The last casualty was the padre of the Canadian Grenadier Guards, who was killed in action on May 4th while helping wounded German soldiers.
Maczek dubbed "Maczuga" ("the mace"), the Poles, supported by the 4th Medium Regiment of the Royal Canadian Artillery, threw back repeated German attacks, running short of food, fuel, and ammunition, until they were relieved by the Canadian Grenadier Guards on August 21.