I have a clue that the Lorne Scots were situated in the Soesterberg-area somewhere after 7 May 1945. Based on a badge that a boy from Soesterberg got present from a Canadian Soldier just after World War II. Does anybody has insight in there unit-history that confirms there staying in this area?
The Lorne Scots were present throughout 1st Canadian Army; their role was headquarters defence and employment, so they had small sub-units up and down the chain of command, at all brigade and divisional headquarters. There was no single battalion badged as the Lorne Scots, but rather, small platoons scattered at all these headquarters for the purposes of providing security and, I presume, work parties.
I contacted the regiment many years ago to try and find out more about a detailed Second World War history but wasn't able to glean much. I don't even know if there is a detailed war diary for the regiment as a whole - one may need to consult the war diaries of the brigade and division headquarters to get a picture of what the individual defence and employment platoons were up to and where they were quartered?
There is a history of the Lorne Scots entitled "For Our Heritage, A History of the Lorne Scots". It is 130 pages long and written by Richard Ruggle. In addition to the history, it includes a roll of honour and the various unit assignments during the second world war. It was produced by the Regimental Museum in Brampton in 2008 and I paid about $15 for it locally. (ISBN 0-9784310-1) If you contact the Regimental Museum they probably still have it available