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.
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