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HamiltonNews

Weekend planner: What's open and closed this long weekend
HamiltonNews
The HMCS Haida on it's first day of operation this season. The tribal class warship, which is a Parks Canada site, is free to visit this year. The ship is now open from Thursday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until it opens 7 days a week on July 1st ...


Daily Mirror

Indian and Canadian naval ships in Colombo
Daily Mirror
An Advanced Offshore Patrol Vessel of the Indian Navy, INS 'Sumedha' and a Canadian naval ship 'HMCS Winnipeg - FFH 338' arrived in Colombo port for training and goodwill visit. Navy said The INS Sumedha arrived at the Colombo harbour on a three ...

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Ministry of Defence (press release)

Royal Canadian Naval Ship 'HMCS Winnipeg' arrives at the Port of Colombo
Ministry of Defence (press release)
The Canadian Naval Ship, 'HMCS Winnipeg - FFH 338' arrived at the Port of Colombo for a training and goodwill visit today (20). The ship was welcomed by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions, on her arrival. During the ship's stay in ...

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CTV News

Commemorative jerseys for sale in online auction
CTV News
Designed by the Spitfires in conjunction with the CHL, the jersey pays tribute to the Victoria class long range patrol submarine HMCS Windsor, which is named after the City of Windsor. The HMCS Windsor was originally built for the Royal Navy before ...

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Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa Race Weekend: Former naval officer and stroke victim back on his feet and raising money for hospital
Ottawa Citizen
Navy Cmdr. Tim Kerr was the 43-year-old commander of a Royal Canadian Navy destroyer, the HMCS Algonquin, off the coast of California when he suffered a serious stroke in the ship gymnasium that almost killed him. Wayne Cuddington / Postmedia.


Halifax's first Arctic patrol ship to be pieced together this summer
Yahoo News Canada (blog)
Work on the Royal Canadian Navy's first Arctic offshore patrol ship will move outside this summer as large sections of the ship are welded together. The large centre section of HMCS Harry DeWolf is already assembled inside the four-football-field-long ...

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TheChronicleHerald.ca

First of Irvings Halifax-made patrol ships nearly ready
TheChronicleHerald.ca
The first of Canada's new fleet of Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships will really start coming together this summer — literally. The lead ship of the class — the future HMCS Harry DeWolf — will be moved outside Irving Shipbuilding's Halifax facility ...

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Advertiser

RCSCC 21 Preserver Botwood conduct annual review
Advertiser
Guest inspector Colin Hoskins talks to band member LS Daniel Peckford about his time in the Sea Cadets with HMCS Preserver. ©Darren Mills photo. BOTWOOD, NL — The RCSCC 21 Preserver Sea Cadets were excited to display all the things that they had ...


The Guardian

Navy recruit on PEI first to use fast track
The Guardian
LCdr RoLCdr Rob Alain, right, commanding officer of HMCS Queen Charlotte, welcomes the Navy's newest member, Clark Upton. He is the first P.E.I. recruit to use a fast-track entry system and the first recruit to immediately be accepted into the trade of ...


Landlocked naval gazers required
St. Albert Gazette
Fondly referred to as a 'stone frigate,' HMCS Nonsuch is one of 24 Naval Reserve divisions across Canada. Home to more than 60 part-time and regular force members, this fixture of the capital region has often been a point of wonder by those who ask ...


Sputnik International

US Navy, Partner Nations Wrap Up Massive Maritime Drills
Sputnik International
"Having a significant number of international partners working alongside the civilian shipping industry builds a critical understanding to enhance security and cooperation in the region," said Royal Canadian Navy Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Underhill, the lead ...


Military Times

Ships sail into New York for Fleet Week celebration
Military Times
An oceanographic research ship from Woods Hole, Massachusetts, and a Royal Canadian Navy ship from Canadian Forces Base Halifax will also participate in the parade. Ships will be visible along the Hudson River from Battery Park to just south of the ...

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Fleet Week New York Kicks Off With Parade of Ships
SEAPOWER Magazine Online
NEW YORK — Five U.S. Navy ships, four U.S. Naval Academy Yard Patrol boats (YPs), two U.S. Coast Guard cutters (USCGCs) and one Royal Canadian Navy ship are set to arrive in the New York Harbor May 24, beginning at 8 a.m., to participate in the ...

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Lockheed Martin Canada wins contract with Chilean Navy
CanadianManufacturing.com
Lockheed Martin Canada's CMS 330 is currently being used on the Royal Canadian Navy's Halifax-class frigates, and the Royal New Zealand Navy's Anzac-class frigates will soon be making use of the same technology. When the New Zealand frigates arrive ...

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SILive.com

Fleet Week 2017: Parade of Ships set for Wednesday
SILive.com
This year, Fleet Week New York -- which runs through May 30 -- will feature five U.S. Navy ships; four U.S. Naval Academy yard patrol boats; two U.S. Coast Guard cutters, and one Royal Canadian Navy ship. It is anticipated that about 3,700 Sailors ...

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Canadian Solution Selected by the Armada de Chile for Frigate ...
Canada NewsWire (press release)
OTTAWA, Ontario, May 23, 2017 /CNW/ -- Building on its 30-year legacy as a combat systems integrator for the Royal Canadian Navy, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: ...

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Lockheed contract with Chile means jobs in Dartmouth
TheChronicleHerald.ca
The Canadian-designed CMS 330 — a newer version of the combat management system Lockheed designed for the Royal Canadian Navy's original Halifax-class ships — will be the combat system installed on Chile's Type 23s. The combat management ...


Colombo Page

* Royal Canadian Naval Ship HMCS Winnipeg arrives at Sri Lanka's Colombo Port
Colombo Page
HMCS Winnipeg, a Halifax class frigate, is on a six-month deployment from March to the Indo-Asia-Pacific region on Royal Canadian Navy's Poseidon Cutlass 17 deployment. Poseidon Cutlass 17 includes participation in multinational task group ...

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Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa Race Weekend: Former naval officer and stroke victim back on his feet and raising money for hospital
Ottawa Citizen
Navy Cmdr. Tim Kerr was the 43-year-old commander of a Royal Canadian Navy destroyer, the HMCS Algonquin, off the coast of California when he suffered a serious stroke in the ship gymnasium that almost killed him. Wayne Cuddington / Postmedia.


The Ledger

Coast Guard unloads $500M in cocaine from 20 seizures
The Ledger
Authorities say the cocaine was intercepted along the Central and South American coasts by Coast Guard cutters and a Royal Canadian Navy ship sailing with a Coast Guard team aboard. The eastern Pacific is a prime smuggling route for cocaine headed to ...

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