The webbing is the 1951 pattern, shown here with the small pack. Not shown is the large pack, and entrenching tool/carrier. Sometimes a poncho was worn rolled-up and strapped to the rear of the belt.
The bayonet for the FN-C1 is in the early style frog, which was actually meant for a No. 4 bayonet. There was a second type frog made especially for the FN-C1.
The metal canteen shown here was replaced with the plastic type in 1960, although probably the metal ones continued in use for many years. They are hard to find now, as is the Canadian-manufactured canteen cup. On the opposite side is the pouch for the mess tins.
The field jacket is the scarce X53, which appears to have been used on a limited basis before the new combat dress was introduced in the early 1960s.
The respirator carrier is not shown, but it could be worn at the side, on the chest, or even on top of the small pack, according to the field manual.