The Naval Museum of Halifax hosted a Garden Party on July 28 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Admiralty House. Guests toured the museum, indulged in tea and desserts and were treated to a fun-filled afternoon of English Country and Scottish dance lessons. Admiralty House was originally constructed as the […]
HMCS Ville de Québec‘s new gymnasium makes up several small rooms with new equipment to help improve the quality of life, happiness and retention of our sailors during a six-month deployment overseas on Op REASSURANCE. PSP Halifax fitness and sports instructor Eileen DuPlooy gives instruction to MS Nicholas Earle and several […]
The 12 Operational Support Squadron Change of Command took place on July 5, 2018 with the outgoing Commanding Officer, Col Liam Cox, welcoming the incoming Commanding Officer, LCol William Reyno during a parade on the hangar floor of Shearwater Hangar 342. Col Sid Connor, Wing Commander 12 Wing, (centre), LCol […]
Friends and family, including four-footed friends, welcome home HMCS St John’s as the ship returns to its homeport on July 23, 2018 after completing a six-month deployment on Op REASSURANCE in the Baltic Sea, Northern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy, members of the Canadian Armed Forces, and Department of National Defence contingent march shoulder to shoulder with the community during the annual Halifax Pride parade on July 21, 2018. […]
Cadets from Phase One Serial Four 2018 Great Lakes Deployment pose with LCdr Drew Foran (centre rear), Commanding Officer of HMCS Oriole on Lake Ontario on June 28, 2018.
RCN crewmembers from HMCS Summerside (left) compete against the Banana Splash team in the finals of the Cardboard Boat Race during the Lobster Carnival in Summerside, PEI. The team from HMCS Summerside won the event.
During Small Boat Training for junior officers and for bosuns on July 4, a RHIB zooms past Peggy’s Cove, to the delight of tourists visiting the lighthouse.
Members of HMCS Shawinigan perform a 50 caliber weapons shoot en route to Ex TRADEWINDS 18, on June 2, 2018.
On Friday, June 15, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan, Minister of National Defence, observes as the steel is cut for the Royal Canadian Navy’s first Joint Support Ship (JSS), to be built at Seaspan Shipyards in North Vancouver, BC. Once completed, the two ships, to be named HMCS Protecteur and HMCS […]