Subseries consists of minutes and related papers of the Air Members meetings, redesignated Air Council in 1956. When volumes include subject index, the note area of the finding aid indicates it. Includes Files 1818 to 1970.
Subseries consists of minutes of meetings of the Military Committee of NATO. The Military Committee was made up of the Chiefs of Staff from each country and held sessions from 1963 to 1969. Includes File 1810.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Military Committee
Subseries consists of ship drawings for armed merchant cruisers, corvettes, sweepers, destroyers, vessels and various HMCS ships. Locations of shipyards include Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Montreal, Quebec, Vancouver and Equimault, British Columbia, and Cobham, Surrey. Also includes drawings on the “L” System mine layers boom gears.
Subseries consists of photographs of several of the craft, inspection questionnaires, fact sheets with the vessels specifics, surveys of the local craft on the West Coast, correspondence regarding purchasing, registering and requesting service from the craft, naval messages and memoranda during the Second World War.
Subseries consists of alphabetical lists of HMC local craft during the Second World War. Lists includes: patrol vessels; patrol boats; patrol craft; examination vessels; boom attendant vessels; boom maintenance vessels; loop laying vessels; gate vessels; depot ships; tugs; diving boats; harbour craft; and various other kinds of vessels.
Subseries consists of documents regarding the Wilton Fijenoord b.v.’s submission. Includes submissions covering the executive summary, project management approach, European submarine designs, corporate profile, cost data, industrial benefits and Arctic operations capability. The submissions were from the following Canadian companies: Halifax-Dartmouth Industries Limited; and Saint John Shipbuilding Limited. The submission by Halifax-Dartmouth Industries Limited included technical drawings. The submission by Saint John Shipbuilding Limited included photographs.
Subseries consists of documents regarding the Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering Limited’s (VSEL) submission. Includes submissions covering the executive summary, project management approach, European submarine designs, corporate profile, cost data, industrial benefits and Arctic operations capability. The submissions were from the following Canadian companies: Fenco Engineering Inc.; Halifax-Dartmouth Industries Limited; Litton Systems Canada Limited; Paramax Electronics Inc.; Saint John Shipbuilding Limited; and The MIL Group. The submissions by Fenco Engineering Inc., Paramax Electronics Inc. and The MIL Group included technical drawings. The submissions by Paramax Electronics Inc. and Saint John Shipbuilding Limited included photographs.
Subseries consists of historical files for the various commands on both the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. The commands includes: Flag Officer Atlantic Coast; Commodore Personnel Atlantic Coast; Royal Canadian Navy Liaison Officer, Bermuda; Flag Officer Newfoundland Force; Flag Officer Pacific Coast; Maritime Command; Canadian Commander Maritime Forces Atlantic; Maritime Command Pacific; Senior Naval Officer, River St. Lawrence Area; Queen’s Harbour Master, Esquimalt; Superintendent of the Dockyard, Esquimalt; Commodore Superintendent Atlantic Coast (Halifax Dockyard); and Commodore Superintendent Pacific Coast (Esquimalt Dockyard). The files contain general notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, press releases, signals and messages, reports of proceedings and booklets published by the establishment. The subseries is divided into the following parts:
Part A: Flag Officer and Commander files Part B: Dockyard files
Subseries consists of work orders submitted to LAC and the Public Archives of Nova Scotia for reproduction of photographs for use in Volume 2 of the Official History of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) during the Second World War. Arranged numerically by work order number.