In Photos: Plouescat Cemetery

The ship’s company of HMCS Montreal attend a ceremony at Plouescat Cemetery on Sept. 18.

In Photos: Plouescat Cemetery

A poppy on a grave marker at Plouescat Cemetery on Sept. 18. The cemetery contains the remains of members from HMCS Athabaskan.

In Photos: Plouescat Cemetery

On Sept. 18, the Ship’s Company of HMCS Montreal stand on top of a hill off the coast of France near where HMCS Athabaskan was attacked and sank during the Second World War.

In Photos: Neptune Trident 17-02

HMCS Montreal – in the area of Andoya, Norway, Oct. 29.


Personnel from Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott work aboard HMCS Charlottetown to replace a diesel engine in Split, Croatia, during Operation Reassurance on Oct. 20.

In Photos: Op CARIBBE

A crew member points in the direction of the dummy during a man overboard exercise held onboard HMCS Moncton during Operation Caribbe on Nov. 2.

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