Master Mariners of Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador Archives

2015

26 May 2015 Dr. Scott MacKinnon Presentation “Unmanned Vessels”

 

T/S Empire State IV Visit St. John’s NL, Canada

 

2013

 

Presentation by Inmarsat

 

2012

 

News from 5thAnnual Maritime Human Resource Solutions Seminar

 

2012 Seminar Presentations

 

2011

Presentation by: Dr. Philip John, Ph. D., on October 25, 2011

“Places of Refuge for Ships in Eastern Canada”

 

Presentation by Mr. Richard Hall, Chairperson and CEO of Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada, at the monthly meeting of NL Division on September 27, 2011

 

2010

2010 Conference

 

4th International Conference on Maritime Human Resource Solutions Venue Fisheries and Marine Institute St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, 29-30 September 2010.

In keeping with IMO’s ‘2010: Year of the Seafarer’

Detailed Agenda

 

2009

2009 Seminal Presentations

 

Maine Maritime Academy’s Training Vessel “State of Maine”visits North America’s Oldest City St. John’s NL, organized by CMMC NL DIVISION June 12 -15, 2009

 

Reception given by the CMMC NL DIV for the Crew of sailing vessel “Ocean Watch” engaged in a Around The Americas, Ocean Environmental Awareness Project

 

Divisional Master’s Report for 2008

 

Annual General Meeting was held in St. John’s Newfoundland October 3 – 4 – 5 2008

 

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In the picture left to right

 

Seated:

 

Capt. David Bremner, Vancouver (Divisional Master); Capt. Ratch Wallace, Vancouver (National Secretary); Capt. Peter Turner, Fundy (National Master); Capt. Jim Calvesbert, Maritime (Deputy National Master); Capt. John McCann, Fundy (Assistant National Master).

 

Standing:

 

Capt Mike Hubbard, Capital; Capt Frank Hough, Great Lakes (Divisional Master); Capt. Anthony Patterson, Newfoundland & Labrador (Divisional Master); Capt Ivan Lantz, Montreal;

Vancouver Island representatives was unable to attend and also missing at the meeting was Capt. Andy Whitelaw, Vancouver (National Treasurer).

 

2008

2008 Seminar Presentations