Keel-laying ceremony for future HMCS Protecteur

January 16, 2020 was a momentous day for the Royal Canadian Navy when a keel-laying ceremony was held for the future HMCS Protecteur, the first of two Joint Support Ships (JSS) being built at Vancouver shipyards.

In Photos: HMCS Ottawa returns home

HMCS Ottawa was deployed on Operations Projection and Neon in the Asia-Pacific region from Aug. 6 to Dec. 18. The ship sailed and engaged with multiple regional partners and allies.

In Photos: HMCS Ottawa returns home

HMCS Ottawa was deployed on Operations Projection and Neon in the Asia-Pacific region from Aug. 6 to Dec. 18. The ship sailed and engaged with multiple regional partners and allies.

In Photos: HMCS Ottawa returns home

HMCS Ottawa was deployed on Operations Projection and Neon in the Asia-Pacific region from Aug. 6 to Dec. 18. The ship sailed and engaged with multiple regional partners and allies.

In Photos: HMCS Ottawa returns home

HMCS Ottawa was deployed on Operations Projection and Neon in the Asia-Pacific region from Aug. 6 to Dec. 18. The ship sailed and engaged with multiple regional partners and allies.

In Photos: HMCS Ottawa returns home

HMCS Ottawa was deployed on Operations Projection and Neon in the Asia-Pacific region from Aug. 6 to Dec. 18. The ship sailed and engaged with multiple regional partners and allies.

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