HMCS Haida Naval Museum
Ontario Place, 955 Lakeshore Blvd W.
Phone: (416) 314-9755
FAX: (416) 314-9878
Haida DDE 215
Ship saw much service in WWII and Korea. Only surviving Tribal class. Manned by university students, and the current CO (Cdr Willson) served aboard her as a young officer. She has more battle honours than any Royal Canadian Naval ship before or since. Still used as a training vessel for Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, who spend weekends aboard ship, and during the summer the guns are fired every day at noon. The ship is open as a museum.
245 Queens Quay West
Phone: (416) 338-PIER or (800) 675-7437
July/August - 1000 - 2000 daily
May/June/September/October - 1000-1800 daily
November to April - 1100-1700
Number of small watercraft in collection. Collection of marine artifacts relating to the development of Toronto's waterfront. Reproduction of a ship's radio office from the 1930's. Working ships' whistles.