The First World War came to an end in 1918. The Victoria Fusiliers continued to meet until 1920. On March 15, 1920 General Order reorganized Victoria’s 88th and 50th regiments into The Canadian Scottish Regiment.
88th Victoria Fusiliers Society
On September 1919, the Daily Colonist reported that many former members of the Victoria Fusiliers organized a meeting to discuss the formation of a Victoria Fusiliers Association. Colonial John. A. Hall, original commander of the 88th Regiment, was in attendance. It was determined that the association would not be a political organization but rather to “encourage social intercourse and good fellowship between past, present, and future members of the 88th Regiment, Victoria Fusiliers.; to promote the welfare of said regiment, to preserve the memory of those who upheld the traditions of the regiment, to establish and maintain suitable accommodation and offices, and for the mutual helpfulness and recreation.” Meetings were continued to be had by the Victoria Fusiliers after the war until 1920.
End of the 88th Regiment, Victoria Fusiliers, 1920
On March 15, 1920 General Order No. 30 reorganized Victoria’s 88th and 50th regiments into The Canadian Scottish Regiment.
Victoria Fusilier Colours, Present Day
At the end of the war, when the men from the 88th Battalion returned to Victoria, there was a memorial service held by St. Mary’s Church in Oak Bay for them.
After this, the colours of the 88th were given to the church to be put on display and were hung in the chancel. In 1951 they were taken down when the church was being rebuilt and renovated. They are now able to be found hanging in the St Mary’s Memorial Chapel in Oak Bay, Victoria.
Written by Geoffrey Hendrie and Nathan Waller
 Canadian Scottish Regiment. THE HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN SCOTTISH REGIMENT (PRINCESS MARY’S) http://www.canadianscottishregiment.ca/index.php?area_id=1015&page_id=1024
 Victoria Fusiliers Form Association. Daily Colonist September10, 1919. Page 8.
 St. Mary the Virgin, Oak Bay. The Victoria Fusiliers. http://stmarysoakbay.bc.anglican.ca/About/history_fusiliers.html