Canadian Armed Forces conducting training in Hamilton this weekend
Heads up, Hamilton — you may see a few military vehicles while you’re on the road this weekend.
The city is informing residents that the Canadian Armed Forces will be conducting training in Hamilton and surrounding communities this weekend (March 6 to 7).
Specifically, training drills are being done by 31 Service Battalion, a combat service support unit for the armed forces stationed in Hamilton, Windsor, and London.
“Be sure to exercise caution when driving near these vehicles,” said Mayor Fred Eisenberger.
This weekend, 31 Service Battalion of the Canadian Armed Forces will be conducting training in #HamOnt and surrounding communities. Residents may notice military vehicles on area roads between March 6-7, this is @31_CBG conducting training drills. pic.twitter.com/5msxY2voNq— City of Hamilton (@cityofhamilton) March 4, 2021
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