The True North Strong and Free | Canadian Naval Ship HMCS Ville de Quebec was recently in the Port of Hamilton, part of a promotional tour of the Great Lakes for the Canadain Navy | by Michael W Hrysko Photography, via 500px

The True North Strong and Free

1990 Canada purchases four decommissioned Upholder class submarines.

1990 Canada purchases four decommissioned Upholder class submarines.

HMCS William. A concept design of one of the new Arctic/Offshore Patrol ships that will be built in Halifax as part of the Irving Shipbuilding contract.

New Arctic patrol ship named William Hall after Victoria Cross winner

A concept design of one of the new Arctic/Offshore Patrol ships that will be built in Halifax as part of the Irving Shipbuilding contract.

Davie Shipbuilding delivers M/V Asterix to Canadian Navy

The Royal Canadian Navys New Mothership Sails On Time And To Budget

Canada postpones Canadian Surface Combatant design bid deadline again

Canada postpones Canadian Surface Combatant design bid deadline again

The 12 Canadian-built Halifax-class multi-role patrol frigates are considered the backbone of the Royal Canadian Navy are nearing retirement.

The 12 Canadian-built Halifax-class multi-role patrol frigates are considered the backbone of the Royal Canadian Navy are nearing retirement.

HMCS Yellowknife, USCG Conduct Hoist Ex2. After departing for coastal patrol on May 22, the Canadian Navy vessel Yellowknife took part in an exercise with Unites States Coast Guard Helicopter. The vessel and the helicopter conducted Hoist Ex during a Maritime Security Patrol on May 27, 2015. Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships (HMCS) Saskatoon and Yellowknife left Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Esquimalt to conduct operations, including coastal surveillance and port visits, along the coast of…

HMCS Yellowknife, USCG Conduct Hoist Ex2. After departing for coastal patrol on May 22, the Canadian Navy vessel Yellowknife took part in an exercise with Unites States Coast Guard Helicopter. The vessel and the helicopter conducted Hoist Ex during a Maritime Security Patrol on May 27, 2015. Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships (HMCS) Saskatoon and Yellowknife left Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Esquimalt to conduct operations, including coastal surveillance and port visits, along the coast of…

Le Navire canadien de Sa Majesté St-Johns effectue une répétition en préparation pour la revue navale internationale. Photo : Jacek Szymanski

See images of your Navy at the front lines of our nation's efforts to defend Canadian interests, contribute to international peace and stability, and support our partners and allies both near and far.

HMCS Vancouver recently became the first modernized Canadian frigate to successfully test surface-to-surface missiles against a shore-based target, utilizing the Harpoon Block II surface-to-surface missiles, according to the Royal Canadian Navy.

HMCS Vancouver recently became the first modernized Canadian frigate to successfully test surface-to-surface missiles against a shore-based target, utilizing the Harpoon Block II surface-to-surface missiles, according to the Royal Canadian Navy.

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