Halifax Class FFH LOA 440′ / 134.1 m TDISP 4,700 tons (12 active)
HMCS Halifax FFH-330 (1992)
HMCS Vancouver FFH-331 (1993)HMCS Ville de Québec FFH-332 (1994) satellite image not yet located.
HMCS Toronto FFH-333 (1993)
HMCS Regina FFH-334 (1993)HMCS Calgary FFH-335 (1995)
HMCS Montreal FFH-336 (1994)HMCS Fredericton FFH-337 (1994)HMCS Winnipeg FFH-338 (1996)
HMCS Charlottetown FFH-339 (1995)HMCS St. John’s FFH-340 (1996)
HMCS Ottawa FFH-341 (1996)
River Class LOA 301′ / 91.7 m TDISP 2,100 tons (151, 3 preserved ca. 69 in RCN service, 1 ex-RCN extensively converted) see Royal Navy frigates listing for other surviving units. Many Canadian units upgraded to Prestonian class Ocean Escort status.
Ex-HMCS Stormont K-327 (1943 – 1947) modified to Luxury Yacht Christina in 1951 for Aristotle Onasis, renamed Argo (1978-1998) current name Christina O. Modified LOA 325′ (lengthened approx. 24′) TDISP 2,250 tons
River class frigate wrecks located at Kelsey Bay, BC (breakwaters) these ships could be HMCS Cape Breton (K-350) HMCS Longueuil (K-672), HMCS Lasalle (K-519), HMCS Runnymede (K-678). A comparison of the length and major deck features with the HMAS Diamantina museum ship helps show the origin of these hulks. The more intact ship whose stern is hauled up is usually identified as the former Lasalle. These decommissioned ships were grounded as breakwaters in the late 1940s.
Prestonian Class (1953-1967) 21 River Class upgraded. LOA 301′ / 91.7 m TDISP 2,360 tons (21 converted, service 1953-1967, 3 transferred to Norway)