Our mission is to educate Veterans, communities and Canadians on the legacy of HMCS HAIDA. This will be accomplished through multi-tiered educational programs focused on schools, youth groups, senior facilities and service clubs.
Through various communication platforms and visits, we will reach out to support our Naval veterans.
We will seek opportunities to promote our museum’s historical artifacts and traditions through special events and relationships with other museums, historic sites and naval associations.
The Friends of HMCS HAIDA are dedicated to preserving, promoting and protecting the legacy of Canada’s most experienced and honoured warship, her crews and her significance as a National Historic Site.
About FRIENDS OF H M C S HAIDA
National organization that supports Canada's most famous warship: HMCS HAIDA. Membership categories include FRIEND $25, MEMBER $50 - $499, PATRON $500 - $1999, SPONSOR $2000 or more.
HMCS HAIDA is a National Historic Site located in Hamilton, ON. HAIDA saw service in WWII, the Korean War and the Cold War through her years in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1943-1963. Her crews are responsible for sinking more enemy tonnage than any other Canadian ship.