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The former HMCS OJIBWA was an Oberon Class submarine that served Canada from 1965 to 1998. She was towed to Port Burwell in 2012 to serve as a Museum Ship, having spent some time at Heddle Marine in Hamilton for painting. A sister, ONONDAGA, is also preserved as a Museum Ship in Rimouski, Quebec, while OKANAGAN was scrapped in Port Maitland, Ontario, in 2011. Two other ex-RN Oberon Class, OSIRIS and OLYMPUS, were never commissioned but used by Canada for parts or as training platforms.

3 Pitt Street, Port Burwell 141 km

OJIBWA on the hard in Port Burwell alongside Big Otter Creek.
OJIBWA in happier days!
OLYMPUS and OKANAGAN on their way to scrapping in Port Maitland.