As A and D Companies attacked the middle of the Goch-Kalkar road, the inexperienced C Company attacked on the RHLI left flank. Most of C Company, comprised mainly of non-riflemen soldiers such as artillerymen and service corps men, had never fired a shot in anger. Major Pigott, the company commander, had tried to teach them elementary combat tactics prior to the offensive. Supported by three Shermans from the Fort Garry Horse, they advanced toward the prepared German positions northeast of the Milk Factory.
Attacker: Canadian (C Company, Royal Hamilton Light Infantry, 2nd Canadian Infantry Division/1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment)