Atlantic Region News

No matter the challenge, Canadians can rest assured that their navy is ‘Ready, Aye, Ready’ to meet changing demands, emergency situations, and evolving threats to our sovereignty and security.

Whether deployed in the Arabian Sea on maritime security operations, assisting with domestic operations and humanitarian aid, or helping to support the local communities in which we reside, we have stories to share and invite you to learn more about your navy’s contributions at home and around the world.

Media may contact Maritime Forces Atlantic Public Affairs by phone at 902-427-3766 or by email at MARLANTPublicAffairs@forces.gc.ca. For afterhours, the duty Public Affairs Officer may be reached by phone at 902-452-5280 or by email at hfx.dutypao@forces.gc.ca.

 


 

LEADING SEAMAN JOEL LALONDE

LEADING SEAMAN JOEL LALONDE

Hometown: Kingston, ON, Canada

Years of Service: 9

After spending time at the fleet diving unit and seeing just how great the life of a clearance diver was, I knew it was the kind of lifestyle I wanted. I challenged the clearance diver (CD) selection and began my career as a CD.

 

Leading Seaman Adam Mullin

Leading Seaman Adam Mullin

Hometown: Halifax, NS Canada

Years of Service: 9

I joined the CAF for the opportunity to serve my country and perform a job that was exciting, and afforded me the opportunity to travel the world.

 

Able Seaman Andréanne Larouche

Able Seaman Andréanne Larouche

The Chicoutimi, QC native joined the Royal Canadian Navy in 2014 as a Naval Combat Information Operator and is excited to start her first mission. Among her reasons for joining the Canadian Armed Forces, Able Seaman Larouche wanted to meet people from across the country and visit new national and international cities.

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