HMCS Calgary and MV Asterix weigh anchor and proceed alongside in Darwin, Australia with other ships for Exercise KAKADU. 

Sailing on Op PROJECTION

Sailing on Op PROJECTION in HMCS Calgary By Lt Annie-Claude Venne, CJOC PA HMCS Calgary left port on July 30, 2018 in CFB Esquimalt to sail on Op PROJECTION. Calgary is sailing in the Asia-Pacific region to participate in international naval exercises with partner nations. So far, the ship has […]

The 12 Wing Pipes and Drums perform.

12 Wing Pipes and Drums

12 Wing Pipes and Drums win silver and gold By WO Katie Buckland, 12 Wing Pipe Major 12 Wing Pipes and Drums just finished a season of pipe band competition both locally and travelling to Ontario and Quebec. The band had an extremely successful season finishing with a second place […]

From left, HMCS Fredericton Commanding Officer Cdr Blair Brown, Fleet Chief CPO1 Tim Blonde, LS Harveer Gill, and Cmdre Craig Skjerpen, Commander CANFLTLANT. LS Gill was named the Sailor of the Quarter for Q2 2018 during a ceremony at the Fredericton shore office in Shearwater on August 22.

Sailor of the Quarter

Sailor of the Quarter represents RCN at home and abroad By Ryan Melanson, Trident Staff Though LS Harveer Gill has only been a member of the Royal Canadian Navy for about three years, he’s quickly gaining recognition as an ambassador for his ship, HMCS Fredericton, and for the wider organization. […]

Serving and retired CAF members, many wearing the traditional blue beret associated with UN peacekeeping missions, gather for the ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of National Peacekeepers’ Day. 

National Peacekeepers’ Day

Ceremony marks National Peacekeepers’ Day 2018 By Trident Staff, with files from DND On Thursday August 9, National Peacekeepers’ Day, a ceremony to mark the occasion was held in the World Peace Pavilion at the Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, During the ceremony, Commodore Craig Skjerpen, Commander  Canadian Fleet Atlantic spoke regarding […]

If this looks like fun to you, you may be just the person that HMCS Sackville needs as Chief Boatswain’s Mate/Shipkeeper. In this photo from 2014, LCdr (ret’d) Jim Reddy, (left), Commanding Officer of HMCS Sackville, and several crewmembers of HMCS Iroquois pull in the gangway of  HMCS Sackville on Wednesday, September 3. The ship was moved from Sackville Landing to Pier 23 for the 2014 Canadian Defence Security and Aerospace Exhibition Atlantic, held at the Cunard Centre.  

HMCS Sackville seeking new crew

HMCS Sackville needs a Chief Boatswain’s Mate/Shipkeeper By the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust HMCS Sackville, Canada’s Naval Memorial, is currently undergoing a major preservation refit in HMC Dockyard. She should complete this work through the winter. After the 2018 summer season away from the downtown Halifax waterfront, in 2019 Sackville […]