The once great, former Royal Canadian Navy destroyer H.M.C.S. Fraser (DDH 233) alongside in the estuary of the Lahave River on June 4th., 2009, while her ultimate fate is eventually decided.. This ship was towed out of Bridgewater and taken by tugs to Halifax on Tuesday, July 21, 2009 and further to Ontario, in a following year, where it was broken up for salvage.
HMCS Haida, this is the only surviving Tribal-class destroyer out of 27 constructed for the British Royal Navy between It is now docked in Hamilton Naval Reserve Division. Also HMCS Star is at the foot of Catherine St. and displayed as a museum ship.
HMCS GATINEAU (2nd) HMCS Gatineau (DDE 236) was a Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1959-1996. She was the third ship in her class and the second vessel to carry the designation HMCS Gatineau. Gatineau was laid down on 30 April 1953 at Davie Shipbuilding Ltd., Lauzon and launched on 3 June 1957. She was officially commissioned into the RCN on 17 February 1959 and carried the pendant number 236 as a destroyer escort. .