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Find a detachment - Nova Scotia

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/detach/en/find/NS

Oct 10, 2019 ...) Chapel Island NS English Yes Chester Chester NS English Yes Chéticamp Cheticamp NS Bilingual Yes Cole Harbour Cole Harbour NS English Yes Digby Digby NS English Yes Enfield Enfield NS English Yes Eskasoni Eskasoni NS English Yes Guysborough Guysborough NS English Yes Halifax District Halifax NS Bilingual No Indian Brook Indian Brook NS English Yes Ingonish

HMCS Transcona

https://www.canada.ca/en/navy/services/history/ships-histories/transcona.html

Oct 3, 2019 ... and Allied minefields in the Channel for some months afterward. Built at Sorel, Quebec and commissioned there on 12 August 1942, Transcona was the last Bangor-class minesweeper to join the Royal Canadian Navy. She arrived at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 19 December, having escorted HMCS Provider en route, and remained in the shipyard until 6 March 1943, owing to engine

Coffee bar and Regimental shop - Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/ns/halifax/visit/cafe-boutique-coffeebar-giftshop

Jun 10, 2019 ...Coffee bar and Regimental shop Coffee Bar - Serving up a slice of history! The scent is unmistakable. It’s freshly brewed coffee, and the aroma alone is enough to perk you up. Follow it and you’ll find the Halifax Citadel Coffee Bar and Soldier’s Library - a warm, welcoming café with a distinctly 19th century flavour. Tucked away in the historic Cavalier

HMCS St. Laurent

https://www.canada.ca/en/navy/services/history/ships-histories/st-laurent.html

Oct 4, 2019 ...HMCS St. Laurent There have been two vessels named St. Laurent in the Royal Canadian Navy. HMCS St. Laurent (1st of name) (H83) HMCS St. Laurent H83. The “C” Class destroyer HMS Cygnet was purchased by the Royal Canadian Navy and commissioned at Chatham, England on 17 February 1937 as HMCS St. Laurent. She arrived at Halifax, Nova Scotia on 8 April

Units and Formations - 5th Canadian Division - Canadian Army

http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/en/5-canadian-division/units-formations.page

Oct 2, 2019 ... (Carleton & York) (Fredericton, Edmundston, Saint John) The North Shore Regiment (Bathurst, Moncton, Miramichi, Campbellton) 37 Service Battalion (Saint John) Nova Scotia 3 Military Police Regiment (Lower Sackville) 36 Canadian Brigade Group (Halifax) 36 Signal Regiment (Halifax, Glace Bay, Charlottetown) The Halifax Rifles (RCAC) (Halifax) 1st (Halifax-Dartmouth

Upcoming courts martial

https://www.canada.ca/en/chief-military-judge/services/upcoming-courts-martial.html

Oct 11, 2019 .... September 10, 2019 Halifax, Nova Scotia Thurber D.C. (Petty Officer 1st Class), R. v. Standing Court Martial Charges 1, 2: S. 95 NDA, ill-treated a person who by reason of rank was subordinate to her September 23, 2019 Halifax, Nova Scotia Rumbolt R.E. (Master Seaman), R. v. Standing Court Martial Charge 1: S. 130 NDA, assault causing bodily harm (s. 267(b) CCC

HMCS Springhill

https://www.canada.ca/en/navy/services/history/ships-histories/springhill.html

Oct 2, 2019 ... Class; the Royal Canadian Navy ships were named for towns and cities. The Admiralty, at the suggestion of Vice-Admiral Percy Nelles, Canada’s Chief of Naval Staff, adopted the name “frigate”. Commissioned on 21 March 1944 at Victoria, British Columbia, the River Class frigate Springhill arrived at Halifax, Nova Scotia on 12 May and left in mid-June for a three

HMCS Sorel

https://www.canada.ca/en/navy/services/history/ships-histories/sorel.html

Oct 2, 2019 ...HMCS Sorel There has been only one vessel named Sorel in the Royal Canadian Navy. HMCS Sorel (K153) HMCS Sorel K153. Commissioned at Sorel, Québec on 19 August 1941, the Flower Class corvette Sorel arrived at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 30 August. She joined Sydney Force in October but transferred to Newfoundland Force in November, leaving St. John’s

HMCS St. Clair

https://www.canada.ca/en/navy/services/history/ships-histories/st-clair.html

Oct 2, 2019 ... briefly with the American Neutrality Patrol before being transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 24 September 1940 as HMCS St. Clair. Assigned to Escort Group 4, Greenock, Scotland, she arrived in the Clyde on 11 December to undertake escort duty for Western Approaches Command. On 27 May 1941, in the company of three Royal Navy

RCMP responds to threats complaint | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/news/2019/rcmp-responds-threats-complaint

Oct 8, 2019 ...RCMP responds to threats complaint October 8, 2019 Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia News release At approximately 4 p.m. yesterday, Halifax District RCMP responded to a threats complaint in Eastern Passage. The incident involved a man and a woman who are known to each other. The man, an off duty police officer from a municipal police service, was located nearby

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