Daily archives: 2 October 2015

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The Sinking of Llandovery Castle

CNR, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2015) Abstract The growth of digital archives offers contemporary scholars a new source of original materials, and Demers uses these materials to examine an incident that occurred late in the First World War – the sinking of the Canadian hospital ship Llandovery Castle. This incident […]

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Jericho Rescue: A Case for Community Collaboration

CNR, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2015) Abstract Jericho Sailing Centre Association (JSCA) has had an influence on the boating community off Vancouver since it was formed in the 1970s. Christopher Stairs argues that Jericho Rescue, which is part of JSCA, provides an enduring model of inclusiveness and collaboration within western […]

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Reflections on Canada, the State, the Nation and the Navy

CNR, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2015) Abstract In his article, Marc Milner notes that in the classic model of seapower the navy and the nation are fused into a single organic being. This is not the case in Canada. Milner points out that although Canada is dependent upon overseas markets […]

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A Failing Policy for Failed States: The EU and Maritime Migration out of Libya

CNR, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2015) Abstract As this issue of CNR is published, there has been much coverage in the media about maritime migration to Europe. In their article, “A Failing Policy for Failed States: The EU and Maritime Migration out of Libya,” Andrew Bergel and Michelle Legassicke explore […]

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Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships: Adrift in Inflationary Waters

CNR, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2015) Abstract – Winner of the 2015 CNMT Essay Competition The winning essay in the 2015 CNR essay competition focused on the AOPS, and the implications of a budget being eroded as time passes. In his essay, “Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships: Adrift in Inflationary Waters,” […]

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