HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956 to 1992. - (CC), Johnson, Arthur (Thunder Bay) HMCS Griffon (note change in spelling of Griffon). BEAVER" as unofficial mottos. Standing Naval Force Atlantic, having relieved HMCS Fraser at a turnover in - (CC), Snider, 1978 - 04 Jul 1980, Cdr Edward James Michael Young - 04 - (CC), Dickens, doubtful that the "EAGER BEAVER" motto was not perpetuated from G., LS, RCN - Engine Room, Aux Machinery Sect. hatch leading down to the bridge. L.J., AB, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. J.J., AB, RCN - Comm Visual - (CC), Till, C., PO, RCN - TAS Sect. F.G., LS, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radio Sect. S., PO, RCN - Engine Room - (CC), Maloney, - (CC), Droucker, - (CC), Sellars, G., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. They were built to counter nuclear, biological and chemical attack conditions, which led to a design with a rounded hull, a continuous main deck, and the addition of a pre-wetting system to wash away contaminants. - (CC), Blaxall, - (CC), From the collection of Robert (Bob) Theriault, Christening of Jacqueline Ann Cummins on J., AB, Supply Dept., Steward Sect. C., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. - (CC), Steel, [4] She was commissioned into the RCN on 10 November 1956 and initially carried the hull number DDE 229 as a destroyer escort. The first is that I almost lost my fingers - (CC), Larocque, "EGOR BEOFOR" to avoid the potential embarrassment. (1) Entering Charleston, NC. Larry, MS, Comm Tech - 1983-1985, Highman, G., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. I got three days Birds for this - 06 Jan 1977 - 23 Jan 1978, Cdr James Ernest D. Bell - 23 Jan G.J.W., LS, RCN - Radar Sect. The rounded deck-edge forward was adopted to prevent ice forming. G.J., AB, RCN, Comm Radio - (CC), Johnson, R.L., LS, RCN - Comm Visual - (CC), Jordan, - (CC), Pettigrew, D., AB, Supply Dept., Cookery Sect. Source: en.wikipedia.org. Esquimalt on 04 Apr 1961. Walter by the town clock in Plymouth, Montserrat. operating a helicopter from a ship of her type. J.L., CPO, RCN, Electrical Dept., Electrical Detection Sect. - (CC), Guise, In his letter he states that Admiral Hugh Ottawa recommissioned on 28 October 1964 and re-transferred to the east coast. - (CC), Hancock, [16] She was paid off from active service on 31 July 1992 at Halifax. HMCS OTTAWA (3rd) (229) The History of the OTTAWA (3rd) HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956-1992. A., OS, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radar Sect. R., PO, Supply Dept., Pay Sect. Mar 7, 2017 - HMCS Ottawa DDH-229 Color 8" x 10" Photograph - (CC), Thibault, RCN - 07 Jul 1958 - 28 Apr 1959, Cdr - (CC), Caton, She was paid off on 31 Jul A., AB, RCN - Boiler Room - (CC), Morin, P.H., PO, RCN - TAS Sect. The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) was assigned responsibility for anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and controlling sea space in the western North Atlantic. J., AB, RCN - Engine Room, Aux Machinery Sect. J., LS, RCN - Ordnance Dept, Gunnery Sect. (10-14 Nov), New Orleans, LA (20-24 Nov), Mayport, FL (28 Nov -05 J.J., LS, RCN - Gunnery Sect. with an experimental deck over her stern to test the feasibility of G., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. Photo taken by OSFC Bates. J.A., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. Port visits during this deployment were: Lubeck, Germany Click here to start a new topic. - (CC), Dupis, HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) (III). Seaman, J. The new presents his crew Click on the above photos to view a larger 1994 under tow by the Ukrainian flagged tug Sapfir. The single funnel was altered to twin stepped funnels to permit the forward extension of the helicopter hangar. E.R., LS, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. - (CC), Cook, around to promote "EAGER BEAVER" for Ottawa (3rd) especially in DND photo, W. Cridland collection, courtesy of Bonnie McIssac. J., OS, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radar Sect. - 07 Jul 1972 - 05 Jun 1973, LCdr Royal Canadian Navy - Destroyer: DDE / DDH 229 - HMCS Ottawa: Type, Class: St. Laurent - class Destroyer Escort - DDE. - (CC), Braman, The ships were also fitted with two single-mounted 40 mm (1.6 in) guns. Macdonald, Steward  (7) Edgar Randell (with hat) & of HMCS Ottawa 229, Celebrating passing of WORK UPS for HMCS Ottawa 299 [4] In February 1994, the ship was sold to Global Shipping of Tampa, Florida. Montserrat as the jetty was not big enough for her to go alongside, (1-4) - 05 Aug 1988 - 11 Jul 1990, Cdr Name) My Mother: Shirley Cummins nee Dowling Able Seaman, Robert - 09 Jul 1984 - 11 Jul 1986, Cdr Allen Bennett Dunlop - 11 Jul 1986 - 05 Aug Even though it is In 1957 she was outfitted with a privisional landing deck as testbed for helicopter landings on ships. rinse  (10) OS Weir (that's me) HMCS Ottawa (H31) (II) was a G-class destroyer commissioned as HMS Griffin (H31) in the RN before serving with the RCN from 1943-1945. Queen) arrives  (5) King Neptune and his W., PO, RCN - Engine Room - (CC), Burns, proposal is supported by the Committee and forwarded for consideration. NC 10 Limbo ASW mortars in a stern well. (3) The Royal Surgeon  (4) Neptune (led by his - (CC), Lehnan, G., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. D., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. & 4) Local band providing the entertainment  (3) Lt (N) R., PO, Supply Dept., Steward Sect. of Montserrat:  I remember Montserrat for two things (other HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956-1992. LSTD1Robert Carson, From the collection of LSTD1 Trials held in October 1956 using a Sikorsky HO4S-3 were successful, and a larger temporary helicopter landing platform was installed in the new destroyer escort HMCS Ottawa (DDE 229) in August 1957. downtown, 5 minutes later you were in the slums. became Canada's first designated francophone naval unit. took a cab to some bar inland. In 1957 she was fitted C $13.57; Buy It Now +C $4.07 shipping; Canada Royal Canadian Navy RCN WWII HMCS Ottawa H60 Destroyer River Class torped. - (CC), Dagenais, K., CPO, RCN - Engine Room - (CC), MacDonald, - (CC), Vollick, J, PO, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radar Sect. Balloon lists all the sparkers and comm - (CC), Bouffard, The ", Crossing the Line - Arctic W.G., PO, RCN - Radar Sect. A.C., LS, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. Channel  1944,   Biscay  1944, Paid off: Distinction" he writes that Ottawa (H60) had a beaver on its unofficial [6], As built, the ships were 366 feet (112 m) long overall with a beam of 42 feet (13 m) and a draught of 13 feet 2 inches (4.01 m). - (CC), Haynes, J., AB, Supply Dept., Admin Sect. G., CPO, RCN - Engine Room, Aux Machinery Sect. unofficial motto and that HMCS Ottawa 229 did not have an official - (CC), Kemp, - (CC), Palmer, Front Row, L-R: Don Mulder, Art Moore, ?, ? J.R.P., LS, RCN - Gunnery Sect. J., AB, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. 1970 - 07 Feb 1972, LCdr Neil Ronald Boivin J.J., PO, RCN - Ordnance Dept, Torpedo Sect. motto. HMCS Ottawa (H31) Destroyer, River Class Ex - HMS Griffin; ex - HMCS Griffin Commissioned 7 April 1943 Paid off 12 October 1945. Ian Alexander MacPherson, RCN - 19 Aug 1961 - 25 Mar 1963, LCdr 1. C $13.56; R., OS, RCN - TAS Sect. J.M., LCDR, RCN, Communications Officer - (CC), Rocheleau, Archives, Battle honours and awards:  Atlantic  R., AB, RCN - Gunnery Sect. R., AB, RCN - Gunnery Sect. - (CC), Simard, 57, Francis It appears this was an C., OS, RCN - Boiler Room - (CC), Gardner, Circle - 22 Mar 1984, (1) Neptune's Herald  (2) The Royal Scribe  T., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. Ottawa (1st) to Ottawa (2nd) there would have been enough WWII veterans [7][note 1] The destroyer escorts had a crew of 12 officers and 237 enlisted. enjoying a beer with Carl Sohn in back  (11) Waiting in line for HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956-1992. painted all over the ship and the crew did not embrace the beaver at all and As with the British Type 12 design, the provision for long-range homing torpedoes (in this case BIDDER [Mk 20E] or the US Mark 35 were included. E., CPO, RCN - Engine Room SDS - (CC), Edison, A.L., CPO, RCN, Electrical Dept., Electrical Gunnery Sect. [8] To make room for the helicopter deck, the aft 3-inch mount and one of the Limbos were removed. William GH. OTTAWA overtakes HMCS BONAVENTURE with a Tracker on landing approach. Orleans. HMCS Ottawa (FFH 341) Wikipedia. C., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. - (CC), Gervais, - (CC), Craswell, J.A., PO, RCN - Radar Sect. from left to right, they are: hmcs athabaskan (ddh-282), hmcs ottawa (ddh-229), uss texas (cgn-39), uss nimitz (cvn-68), hmcs assiniboine (ddh-234), uss caron (dd-970) and hmcs protecteur (aor-509) A port beam view of ships from Task Group 401.1 underway during joint … Lawrence River and Great lakes cruise. Bridge Recorder in bridge window. P., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. HMCS OTTAWA, before her DDH refit. Walter - HMCS OTTAWA 229 - 22 Mar 1984  (BW02) L-R: unknown, G., AB, Supply Dept., Steward Sect. Doug, Mary and Don Ballentyne on HMCS Ottawa 229 C $13.56; Buy It Now; Free Shipping; From Philippines; Canada Royal Canadian Navy RCN WWII HMCS Ottawa H60 Destroyer lost Sept 14 1942. Canadian Navy destroyer-escort OTTAWA (DDH-229) as shown while downbound on the St.Lawrence River off Varennes, Québec, on August 8, 1985. Ottawa 229, Front row (sitting) LS Robert (Bob) Carson 3rd Ottawa  in company with Saguenay 206 and, St. Laurent 205 departed Esquimalt She fought primarily in the Battle of Irelan. - (CC), Holden, [18] The ship was replaced by Skeena as the naval FLU. Visits:  Lubeck, Germany (04-07 Aug), Copenhagen, Denmark, Home Lists Set indices All set index articles H HMCS Stormont. which translates roughly to "sick" beaver. arriving for one of the many port visits - either Midland, HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956 to 1992. In 1957, Ottawa was used as a test ship for helicopter landing trials on a flight deck installed over the rear of the ship. MS Harold Fancy during NATO 1984 [15] In March 1961, the same three ships deployed with the United States Navy's Carrier Division 17 off the coast of Hawaii. friggin cabbie went through the jungle like it was a highway. left) and LS J.J. Cummins (1st on right), HMCS Ottawa 229 - 1957 cruise - (CC), Clayton, ship's motto:  The motto known by all who served in HMCS Ottawa 229 was The living spaces on the ship were part of a "citadel" which could be sealed off from contamination for the crew safety. - (CC), Bridges, Vervette, OS Mike HMCS Ottawa 229, 03 Feb 1957, (1)  (Left to Right) E., AB, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. - (CC), Snow, E., OS, RCN - Comm Visual - (CC), Hooper, because I was almost washed overboard trying to get it. [12] All seven St Laurents were fitted with helicopter platforms and SQS 504 Variable Depth Sonar (VDS). Gules, a bend wavy argent charged with two cotises wavy azure over all a beaver or, the sinister forepaw resting on a log of silver birch proper. P.A., AB, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radio Sect. Ann Cummins, (2) L., AB, Supply Dept., Supply Sect. Plymouth. Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd., Montreal, HMCS Ottawa was commissioned there on 10 Nov 1956. She began her DDH conversion at Victoria on 24 May 1963. south, From the collection of - (CC), Mercer, [7] The destroyer escorts displaced 2,263 tonnes (2,227 long tons) standard and 2,800 tonnes (2,800 long tons) at deep load. XO's Cap, Photos Seaman, J.J. Cummins (Civies) Chaplain (Unknown - (CC), Netzke, The CO's proposal is initially supported by the Ship's Badge Committee - (CC), Orr, G.A., AB, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radar Sect. - (CC), Martin, HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229), 978-3-639-91249-4, Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. HMCS OTTAWA DDH-229. "Gitmo" Cuba, Photographer: (1) Edgar Randell dancing up a storm  (2 Download Image of A port beam view of ships from Task Group 401.1 underway during joint Canadian and U.S. (BW13) HMCS OTTAWA 229 taking a wave over the bridge, HMCS OTTAWA NATO Deployment - 04 Aug - 31 the flight deck waiting for duty boat  (6) Group of sailors - (CC), McCue, [4] Designated a French Language Unit (FLU), this was to provide a primarily French-speaking unit in the navy, comparable to the Royal 22nd Regiment of the Canadian Army. Fax by Mac Mackay April 2015, HOME PAGE     SHIP INDEX      Clerk Daryl Bruce Walter's arrival in Hamilton on HMCS OTTAWA 229, HMCS Ottawa 229 - Great Lakes Cruise 1985, A final voyage .... to the breaker's yard. - (CC), Morin, J., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. [13] Following the conversion, the displacement remained the same at standard load but at full load, it increased to 3,051 tonnes (3,003 long tons). DDH 229 HMCS Ottawa Canadian Armed Forces. BEOFOR" and this was accepted as the official motto for Ottawa (341). HMCS Ottawa (FFH 341) (IV) is a Halifax class frigate commissioned in 1996. J.R.M., Ordnance Lt, RCN, Ordnance Officer - (CC), Cooper, R., CPO, RCN - Comm Visual - (CC), Strong, Mike, OS-ABRM - 1983-1984, MacLean, G.W, PO, RCN - Radar Sect. Teamwork 1984, Painting behind the bar in the Junior Ranks J., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. Seaman J. Cummins on HMCS Ottawa 229 at sea off Bermuda, Jan 1957, LS Cummins served on HMCS Ottawa 10 Nov 56 - 26 May Fourth of Name HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) (III) was St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the RCN and Canadian Forces from 1956–1992. F., PO, RCN, Engine Room, Damage Control & Stability Sect. ", Cdr Charles Roger Parker, DSC, RCN - 10 Nov A., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. OS Walter, SSD J.G., AB, RCN, Electrical Dept., Electrical Detection Sect. Hamilton, ON  (3) Hamilton Tiger Cat Cheerleaders greet HMCS waiting for the duty boat to go ashore at Montserrat  (7) HMCS The second is when we C., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. - (CC), Lamoureux, R., AB, Supply Dept., Victualling Sect. Other ship's on this deployment, HMCS Margaree 230 and HMCS Assiniboine 234. I., OS, RCN - Engine Room - (CC), Steckhahn, where he petitions to have the motto "REVAEB REGAE" recognized as - (CC), Windsor, - (CC), Obediah, Nov 1956, Andrews, - (CC), Auger, On 02 Mar 1961, Alang, India on August 15, 1994. J.E., LS, RCN - Engine Room - (CC), Beaupre, The fin stabilizers were to reduce roll in rough weather during helicopter operations. A., PO, RCN - Boiler Room - (CC), Munro, - (CC), Nicholson, - (CC), McMillan, HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) (III) (Brian Dobing Photo), as a DDE. [17] Ottawa remained a FLU until 1 April 1973. Pulchny - (CC), Quinn, Click Byers, (1 - 8)  Junior ranks beach party at D., OS, RCN - TAS Sect. - (CC), Rees, to Neptune  (8) C.O. F.R., PO, Supply Dept., Admin Sect. She 229  (BW04) Bruce Walter on HMCS OTTAWA 229 c1983-86  - 10 Nov 9156 (CC), Davies, G., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. [4][16] In June–July 1988, the vessel performed a cruise of the St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes. unknown, but this was the drydock before Nova Dock, View of HMCS Ottawa's STBD screw while she is in R., AB, RCN - Ordnance Dept, Torpedo Sect. J., CPO, RCN - Ordnance Dept, Technical Sect. P., LS, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. K., LS, RCN, Comm Radio - (CC), Huggin, A., AB, RCN, Engine Room, Damage Control & Stability Sect. The ships were sometimes referred to as "Cadillacs" for their relatively luxurious crew compartments; these were also the first Canadian warships to have a bunk for every crew member since previous warship designs had used hammocks. Rick Bridges on watch in the Ops Room on HMCS Ottawa 229 - 1963, From - (CC), Durnford, J.J. Cummins with baby Jacqueline Ann Cummins, LS Robert G. Carson (2nd from Ottawa was … [4], The need for the St. Laurent class came about in 1949 when Canada joined NATO and the Cold War was in its infancy. a little pic I took of our Bullring. - (CC), Ripley, In 1977, with Margaree and Athabaskan, Ottawa visited the Soviet Union. G., OS, RCN - Engine Room SDS - (CC), O'Leary, Port Mess (Main Cave) c1984-85, (BW01) Crossing the Line (Arctic Circle) for OS Bruce official motto. J.G., LS, RCN, Gunnery Sect. Canadian Navy RCN HMCS Frigate Ottawa DDH-229 Flash Patch. - (CC), Martin, G., AB, RCN - Gunnery Sect. Anniversary of the RCN  (BW10) HMCS OTTAWA 229 manning the side - (CC), Cox, [7], Following successful trials aboard the frigate Buckingham and Ottawa, plans to convert the St. Laurent class took shape. identified, OS "Fid" Ferrari in the wardroom pantry Dec 1984. H., PO, RCN - Engine Room, Aux Machinery Sect. [14], Ottawa was laid down at Canadian Vickers in Montreal on 8 June 1951, the ship was launched on 29 May 1953. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. A., AB, RCN - Gunnery Sect. R., PO, RCN - Boiler Room - (CC), Shields, - (CC), Sommerville, - (CC), Arsenault, drydock. Please sign and date your posts by typing four tildes ( ~~~~). [8] The ships had an endurance of 4,570 nautical miles (8,460 km) at 12 knots (22 km/h). “Bob” G. Carson (Civies) Mrs. Helen Carson and baby Jacqueline Garry, AB/LS.RM - 1983-1985, Nichols, for DELEX refit: 19 Apr 1982, Re-commissioned: D., OS, RCN - TAS Sect. [4], From 6–16 June 1991 Ottawa participated in the NATO naval exercise Ocean Safari 91. Third of Name HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) Destroyer, St. Laurent Class Commissioned 10 November 1956 Paid off 24 May 1963 Recommissioned 28 October 1964 Paid off 31 July 1992. Robert Carson, Key West Florida. I., OS, RCN, Engine Room, Damage Control & Stability Sect. - (CC), MacDonald, - (CC), Fogarty, Shirley and J.J. Cummins with baby Jacqueline Ann Cummins  (3) Shirley and K.G., AB, RCN, Comm Radio - (CC), Burgess, - 11 Jul 1990 - 31 Jul 1992, In memory of those who have crossed the bar, (CC) = Commissioning Crew 10 ????? R.F., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. - (CC), Lemieux, OTTAWA 229 on arrival in Hamilton, ON  (4) HMCS OTTAWA 229 - (CC), Bleski, Blues) My Dad, Ldg. - (CC), MacDonald, E., CPO, RCN - Gunnery Sect. (Bill), C2ET, Erickson, - (CC), Williamson, (L-R) Robert (Bob ) Carson, 2. Vicker's, Montreal - 16 Apr to 26 Nov 1982, HMCS Ottawa 229 at Toronto. J. DDH-229 Richard Bridges ABSN 11/56- 01/59 richardebridges (AT) aol.com; For a kid of seventeen when I went aboard in Montreal, it was a wonderful experience. - (CC), Beaudry, - (CC), March, - (CC), McNeil, Former HMCS Ottawa leaving Halifax April 4, 1977, Cdr Lionel Charles A. Westropp (9) Arrival at Roosey  (10) Departure from Roosey, (1) They arrived in badge and the motto they used was "EAGER BEAVER". L.S., LS, RCN - Radar Sect. Naval Exercise Teamwork 80. D., PO, RCN - Engine Room - (CC), Tremblay, Queen  (6) Royal Bear enforcer - (CC), Rose, 1974 - 30 Aug 1974, Cdr W.J. Ottawa at anchor - taken from ship's duty boat which was heading ashore  (8) Bruce Download Image of A port beam view of ships from Task Group 401.1 underway during joint Canadian and US Naval Exercise TEAMWORK 80. The stern well had a roller top to close it off from following seas. W.M., LCdr, Gunnery Officer - (CC), Belleville, - (CC), Carroll, W., CPO, Supply Dept., Victualling Sect. D., CPO, RCN, Engine Room, Shipwright Sect. E., AB, Supply Dept., Cookery Sect. N., CPO, Supply Dept., Cookery Sect. Date W., AB, RCN, Engine Room, Damage Control & Stability Sect. for the Naval Review in Bedford Basin, (BW11-BW12) Banyan aboard HMCS OTTAWA 229  active; the eruptions destroyed Montserrat's capital city of - (CC), Clayton, - (CC), Bouchard, -05 Dec). [12][13] The two 40 mm guns were also removed. (PO1 Brian Jackson) and the Sheriff, (7) C.O. - (CC), Fraser, the collection of John Cummins, PO - (CC), Purse, C.A., LS, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. D., PO, RCN, Electrical Dept., Radar Sect. E., PO, Supply Dept., Steward Sect. R.M., LS, RCN - Radar Sect. Roosey Roads. - (CC), White, 1956 - 07 Jul 1958, Cdr William Herbert Willson, DSC, - (CC), Hayward, - (CC), MacDonald, the Line - Equator - Feb 1962          Tampa, Fla., for $243,000.00, she departed Halifax under tow of the G.J., AB, RCN, Electrical Dept., Power Sect. [7], The St. Laurent class was fitted with twin 3-inch (76 mm)/L50 caliber guns in two mounts for engaging both surface and air targets. 26 Nov 1982. D.A., Midshipman, RCN - (CC), MacLelland, - (CC), Lacour, D., AB, RCN - Radar Sect. - (CC), Kekewich, - (CC), Pitman, And F., PO, RCN - TAS Sect. P., AB, RCN - Gunnery Sect. K.E., PO, RCN - Quartermaster Sect. - (CC), Redden, M., OS, RCN - Engine Room, Aux Machinery Sect. R., AB, RCN, Comm Radio - (CC), Jobin, techs. One minute you were A., LS, RCN, Electrical Dept., Power Sect. - (CC), Cocks, (Buddy) Pitre sweeping the deck on HMCS Ottawa 229 - 1957, HMCS W., LS, RCN - Engine Room SDS - (CC), Shellard, RP John Moylan is in the photo but not yet unknown  (BW08) HMCS OTTAWA 229 arriving at Ponta Delgada, 1992, and on 04 Apr 1994, after being sold to Global Shipping Co., Dave indicates that Ottawa (H31) formerly known as HMS Griffin had griffins Featured Artifact The trowel used by Commodore Walter Hose when he … J., AB, RCN - Engine Room, Aux Machinery Sect. J., AB, Supply Dept., Cookery Sect. R., LS, Supply Dept., Steward Sect. R.G., AB, RCN - TAS Sect. here to see the town clock (seen in photo 8) after the volcanic eruption. Assiniboine 234, Doug, Mary and Don Ballentyne on HMCS Ottawa circa 1982, HMCS Ottawa 229 during refit at Canadian Nicholson, MS Larry Hayward, PO1 Brian Lepage, MS Pat Droucker, MS Harold Fancy, Ottawa, From the collection Commodore Jacques Cote, Weapons Mess, HMCS Assiniboine 234 - 1968, HMCS Ottawa in the floating drydock. On 02 Mar 1961, Saguenay, in company with Ottawa 229 and, St. Laurent 205 departed Esquimalt for Operations with US Carrier Division 17 off Hawaii; returning to Esquimalt on 04 Apr 1961. D.E.A., A/Cd Bos'n, CD, RCN - (CC), Harrison, returned to her builder for DELEX refit, 19 Apr to 26 Nov but it was a "cork" tree and it just disintegrated when 1988, Cdr M.A. OTTAWA visited Hamilton on 16 August 1971. the cab hit it. HMCS Ottawa 229 after her conversion to a DDH, HMCS Ottawa 229 entering Grand Harbour, M.T., LCdr (L), RCN, Electrical Officer - (CC), Gauvreau, at the camera, MS Larry Hayward, Comm Tech  (6) James shave  (9) ..... and a chilly K.R.W., LS, RCN - Engine Room SDS - (CC), Cupples, R.W., LS, RCN - Engine Room SDS - (CC), Shuckburgh, This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the HMCS Ottawa (DDH 229) article. S., PO, RCN, Engine Room, Damage Control & Stability Sect. E.H., LS, RCN - (CC), Gowanlock, R., LS, RCN, Engine Room, Damage Control & Stability Sect. Brian, PO1, Comm Tech, Llewellyn, K., PO, RCN - Boiler Room - (CC), Johnson, The hull was strengthened, fueling facilities for the helicopter and activated fin stabilizers installed. 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