Let the sailors and embarked aircrew of HMCS VILLE DE QUÉBEC know you appreciate their service
by using this message board to send them a postcard or note.
Ian Watson - 2/5/2010 11:25:14 AM
Quantico, Virginia, USA
I appreciate what the Commander and his crew are giving in the support of a Naval request. I come from a background with a father that served in the US Navy for 26 years and myself in the US Marine Corps for 20. Your service has never gone unknown. Serve long and proud in support of your Country and people you love.
Richard Shuttleworth - 1/19/2010 7:35:25 AM
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and I certainly hope you got a chance to visit your family and loved ones. I am a proud Canadian and my tour aboard your warship, back in September, enhanced my pride. I was proud to know, that fine men and women, such as yourselves, are defending our nation and carrying out all sorts of humanitarian relief all over the world on such a fine vessel. We are proud of you. How would I go about getting a ship's ball cap?? God bless.
Robin W Turner - 1/6/2010 9:36:14 AM
Sussex, New Brunswick, Can
Yesterday I sent an email to the Ottawa ministers office describing how pleased I was with the ships company and the tour of your ship I took October 2009 at Point au Pic.Well done! - can you tell me how the signal flag message reads. Something " Bravo Zulu"; Regards Robin .
andrew schmitz - 12/17/2009 5:52:24 PM
hyde park, new york, united states
Hoping to see the ship on the next visit to Montreal or similar area,wanted to do so badly during the fall,but my trip to Ottawa got delayed to early Mar. Love what you all do,please know we think of you. Canada should be proud. Drew
Fanny Cossette - 12/13/2009 3:32:08 PM
Wiehre, , Allemagne
Un petit bonjour à Josée Fortin, pour lui souhaiter ici un beau temps des fêtes puisque je n'ai pas d'autre moyen de communiquer avec elle. Je souhaite aussi un beau temps des fêtesà tout l'équipage du navire!
Donald D. Murdoch - 12/7/2009 10:58:25 PM
Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
Happy Holidays 2009! This is Don Murdoch saying "Thank you ALL for everything you are doing out there for ALL of us here at home as I recall my days as a D.E. Sailor 1955-1962 how much mail from home is cherished!" Write when you can, ALL of you! Supportive Shipmate, Don
Chris Stayko - 11/21/2009 1:47:50 PM
Chilliwack, BC, Canada
Just want to let PO Jason Stayko know that his family on the West Coast are sure proud of him,and all the Military personnel, especially his niece and nephews "nos héros sont nos militaires"
Maryse Cloutier - 11/17/2009 9:38:10 PM
Québec, Quebec, Canada
Bonjour, J aimerais souhaiter un joyeux anniversaire a un membre de votre equipage. Il s agit de mon frere Sylvain Cloutier. Aussi, je reste encore impressionnee de la visite que j ai eu sur le bateau lors de votre passage dans la ville de Quebec. J ai appris beaucoup de choses avec mon frere. Bonne Fete Sylvain !!!!
Richard Shuttleworth - 11/3/2009 7:30:02 AM
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
I wish to thank the crew of the Ville De Quebec for the wonderful tour I had back in September when you visited Windsor. I spent both saturday and sunday touring the ship and I was very impressed with her and the professionalism of the crew. Special thanks goes out to PO2 Sangster for his polite info while greeting the public on the bridge. Wish I could splice the main brace with several of the fine people I met. Thank you all and God bless.
Ian Reeves - 11/1/2009 8:19:05 PM
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
I would like to take the opportunity to thank the crew of the Ville De Quebec for their professionalism with respect to honouring my grandfather - Doug Reeves and my grandmother Marjorie Reeves. My dad and I took my grandparents ashes out to CFB Stadacona, during my stay in Halifax I learned alot more about our country's naval history. My grandfather was a very proud sailor and I have all the respect in the world for the men and women serving our country. Thanks so much!