The Canadian West Coast became a ship building powerhouse during the Second World War for both Naval and merchant ships. Additional information regarding the construction, record and ultimate fate of these ships will be added to these pages as this project progresses with current information available through the links listed below.
Lt James Mitchell Gillison, RCNR - 17 Mar 1941 - 31 Oct 1941
Lt P.J.B. Watts, RCNR - 01 Nov 1941 - 04 Feb 1942
Lt Ian Walker McTavish, RCNR - 05 Feb 1942 - 27 Mar 1942
A/LCdr Jordan Hamilton Marshall, RCNVR - 28 Mar 1942 - 22 Aug 1942
Lt N.S.C. Dickinson, RCNVR - 23 Aug 1942 - 10 Jan 1943
LCdr John Hubert Smith MacDonald, RCNR - 17 Feb 1943 - 01 Mar 1943
Lt Donald McIntosh Stewart, RCNR - 02 Mar 1943 - 05 Nov 1943
Lt S.D. Taylor, RCNR - 06 Nov 1943 - 20 Dec 1943
A/LCdr Donald McIntosh Stewart, RCNR - 21 Dec 1943 - 27 Jun 1945
CFB Esquimalt Naval & Military Museum Joseph M. Lenarcik, Assistant Curator. Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada
Douglas, W.A.B.; Sarty, Roger; Whitby, Michael (2002). No Higher Purpose: The Official Operational History of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War, 1939–1943 Volume II, Part I. St. Catharines, Ontario: Vanwell Publishing. ISBN1-55125-061-6.
Macpherson, Ken; Barrie, Ron (2002). The Ships of Canada's Naval Forces 1910–2002 (Third ed.). St. Catharines, Ontario: Vanwell Publishing. ISBN1-55125-072-1.