Canadian forces seized their objectives at Juno Beach after several hours of fighting. At 1030 the North Shore Regiment was ordered to attack toward Tailleville. The regiment, along with several support units, began maneuvering south. Elements of the force were held up by German mortar and machinegun fire. Company C, supported by C Squadron/10th Armored Regiment (Fort Garry Horse, began the attack at 1800 against the village. The defenders were comprised of a weal company and elements of the battalion headquarters.
Attacker: Canadian (Company C, North Shore Rgt, 8th Infantry Brigade and C/10th Armoured Rgt, 2nd Armoured Brigade, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division)
Defender: German (Elements of Battalion II, Grenadier Regiment 736, Infantry Division 716)