Canada’s Naval Memorial
This Canadian Naval Memorial is in fact the ‘Soul’ of the Navy. That ‘Soul’ was shaped and imparted to Sackville and to the Navy by the leadership, spirit and actions of men like Alan Easton, her very successful early captain, and the ship’s companies that they led. HMCS Sackville is the last of Canada’s 123 corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in Canada and the United Kingdom during WW II. She is Canada’s oldest fighting warship and has been our official Naval Memorial since 1985. It is very appropriate that the ship is in Halifax, Nova Scotia, as this “East Coast Port” was an important assembly point and destination for convoys during the Battle of the Atlantic.
Watch our video to learn about the ship’s incredible story!
Can’t see video? Click this link: Canada’s Naval Memorial – HMCS Sackville
John Crosbie is a former federal minister of finance and former lieutenant-governor of Newfoundland and Labrador
UNVEILED JANUARY 23rd 2014 at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
Keep up to date on the progress of the project by clicking on the image to the right
BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC ANNIVERSARY –
LATEST ACTION STATIONS
Now in its 33rd Year! – ACTION STATIONS SUMMER 2015
Recollections, Memorabilia Welcome!
HMCS SACKVILLE is living history. You can help. The Trust would like to receive recollections/’remember when’ snippets and memorabilia from anyone who has relatives of former or serving R.C.N. members as well as naval related event/activity news items.