HMCS Sackville, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 3 October 2005 1. Sackville is the only surviving Flower class corvette of 269 built to escort convoys across the North Atlantic during the Second World War. She was built in Saint John, New Brunswick, and commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in December 1941. She was credited with probably sinking one U-boat, and probably damaging another. After the war she was used as a survey and research ship before entering preservation in 1983. She has been restored to her upgraded 1944 condition, and is now the Canadian naval memorial.
HMCS SackvilleHalifax Nova ScotiaFlower class corvette