In this comprehensive study of Canada's reserve army, the Militia, the author focuses on the regiment as both a civic and a triilitary institution that has declined in status and visibility since the country's armed services were unified in 1967. .
1. Introduction 2. The Military in Anglo-Saxon Societies 3. The Historical Context 4. The Canadian Militia—An Organizational Profile 5. The Militia, 1976–1980: A Sociographic Profile 6. The Militia Way of Life 7. The Militia and the Regulars 8. The Militia and the Host Community 9. Conclusion