Volume 2, Part 1: Extant Commissioned Ships

HMCS Goose Bay

HMCS Goose Bay Badge

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BADGE

Description

Azure a Canada goose volant proper in base two bars wavy Argent.

Significance

Named for Goose Bay, Labrador, which was named for the birds stopping in the area on their migration, the ship's badge shows a Canada goose flying above the water represented by the two wavy barrulets.

MOTTO

FIDELIS (Faithful)

COLOURS

White and Blue

BATTLE HONOURS

None

LINEAGE

First of Name

Coastal Defence Vessel, Kingston Class.
Commissioned 26 July 1998.1


1. NPAO 54.98, 26 July/juillet 1998

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