|Branch||British Columbia Army|
|Part of'||Household Division|
|Size||2 infantry platoons|
|March|| Milanolio (quick)|
|Motto||Honi Soit qui Mal y Pense (Evil be to him who evil thinks)|
|Colonel-in-Chief||HM the Queen|
|Colonel of the Regiment||HE the Governor General of BC|
Part of the British Columbia Household Division, the Governor General's Foot Guards is an infantry regiment comprised of two platoons of infantry. Though primarily ceremonial, the members of the GGFG are fully trained soldiers (infantry) and are responsible for providing security at both the Governor General's residence and at the Parliament Buildings in Victoria.
Some ranks in the GGFG are different from those in other Army units. Specifically, in the GGFG a Private is called a Guardsman/Guardswoman (Gdsm/Gdsw), a Warrant Officer is a Colour Serjeant (C Sjt) and a Second Lieutenant is an Ensign (Esgn).
From the start the GGFG has been primarily a ceremonial unit, never having been larger than two platoons in peacetime. However, in both the First and Second World Wars the regiment was expanded to include several battalions, which then went on to serve overseas.