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HMCS HAIDA AND THE SINKING OF THE ATHABASKAN

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Unsung Heroes of the Royal Canadian Navy

Unsung Heroes of the Royal Canadian Navy is a collection of personal stories that will set your heart on edge and make your visit to see the HMCS Haida more dynamic.

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HMCS Haida, a Tribal Class destroyer built in England, was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in 1943, serving in many theatres of operation through the Second World War. After a post-war refit, Haida continued in service through Korean War and Cold War situations, until she was decommissioned in 1963. The ship was acquired by the Province of Ontario and moved to Ontario Place (Toronto) in 1971. The ship was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1984 by the federal government, and ownership was transferred to Parks Canada in 2002. HMCS Haida arrived at Pier 9 in Hamilton Harbour on August 30, 2003, the 60th anniversary of her commissioning.