|NAME OF SHIP||PENDANT||INT.CALL
|PATRICIAN||GCPA||1920-1928 P Class Destroyer. Note 3|
|PATRIOT||GCSO||1920-1927 P Class Destroyer. Note 3|
|PENETANG||FFE316||CYMD||Abner V||Became DRAUG - Call sign LBDC|
|PORTAGE||FSE169||CYVX||Assort W||Algerine Class|
|PORT COLBORNE||K326||CYTM||River Class Frigate|
|PORTE DAUPHINE||YMG186||CGYL||Native N|||
|PORTE de la REINE||YMG184||CYVB||Yearly S|
|PORTE QUEBEC||YMG185||CYVO||Hooker G|| |
|PORTE SAINT JEAN||YMG180||CYWJ||Wallop F|||
|PORTE SAINT LOUIS||YMG183||CYWS||Thunderbolt U|||
|PRESERVER||F94||CGNR||Fairmile Base Supply ship|
|PRESTONIAN||FFE307||CGXC||Revival B||Became TROLL - Call sign LBCV|
|PRINCE DAVID||F89||VGFW||Armed Merchant Cruiser [10,14]|
|PRINCE HENRY||F70||VGFZ||Armed Merchant Cruiser [10,14]|
|PRINCE ROBERT||F56||VGJC||Armed Merchant Cruiser |
|PROVIDER||F100||CGLJ||Fairmile Base Supply ship.|
|PROVIDER||AOR508||CZCF||Unequalled or Forest Glen|||
|PUNCHER||D79||?||Ruler class aircraft carrier |
|QU'APPELLE||H69||CZJL||River Class Destroyer |
|QUEBEC||CLB66/31||CZCK||Bad Lands||Former HMCS UGANDA.|
|QUINTE||J166||CGRW||Bangor Class Minesweeper|
|RACCOON||S18||CGLS||ex Yacht Halonia. Call sign WDEP |
|RACCOON||PTC779||CYQT||Second of name. Was former Fairmile ML-079|
|RAINBOW||VDB||1910-1920 Apollo Class Light Cruiser|
|RAINBOW||SS75||CGNE||Headmaster||ex USS Argonaut. Call sign NYDH|
|RAYON D'OR||J13/J11/Z11||VGFJ||Auxiliary Minesweeper |
|REINDEER||PCS716||CYQY||Flashlight D||ex-HMC ML116|
|RESTIGOUCHE||H00||CGBR||River Class Destroyer |
|REVELSTOKE||MCA140||CZCM||Fido I||Note 4|
|RIBBLE||K525||MXFK||ex HMS Ribble|
|RIVIERE DU LOOP||K357||CGDD||Misguide||Revised Flower Class Corvette|
CGQL > 1948.
|Tug (Per CCNO125)|
|RIVERTON||AG121||CGFO||ex SMIT LLOYD112.
Call sign PHQG.
|ROCKCLIFFE||FSE173||CGJB||Cabot L||Algerine Class. Call sign changed around 1948.|
|ROSS NORMAN||Z09/J01/J09||VCMP||Coil Skid Towing Vessels  |
|ROYAL MOUNT||K677||CYTT||River Class Frigate|
1) When new with the RCN her call sign was CGYL. As CCGS PORTE DAUPHINE her call changed to CGBM. When the Coast Guard returned PORTE DAUPHINE back to the navy, she was assigned CZGL.
2) This vessel was one of 18 Bangor Class Minesweepers that were to be refitted and sent to Korea. Their pendant and the call sign assigned for this deployment are listed here. It is not their previous pendant or call sign. Only two ships were commissioned and only as training vessels for a short period - HMCS KENTVILLE and HMCS MINAS.
3) In the 1920's, Canada held a portion of the G block of international call signs for a brief period.
4) The call sign for REVELSTOKE was changed to CZCM in order for the RCN to use the CGNS call sign as their Collective Call Sign. This made this collective call sign easy to remember. An operator could remember it as Canadian Government Naval Service or Canadian Government Naval Ship.
5) This ship was listed in the International Telecommunication Publications as a Canadian Warship with a Canadian Merchant Ship call sign.
6) Can anyone confirm thta voice c/s Unequalled was used by Provider?
7) QUEST was the last Canadian ship to carry a civilian radio officer Radio Officer, namely, Paul du Mesnil.
8) ex HMS Foxhound. Call sign GVGY.
9) ex HMS Comet. Call sign GVGZ
10) This ship retained its prewar merchant call sign when it became a Canadian Naval Ship.
11) In commission with the RN only but largely crewed by Canadians.
12) Coil Skid Towing Vessel and a former Rum Runner.
13) In the mid 1960s, Porte Saint Louis and Porte Saint Jean had the collective callsign IMPOSITION. Per John M. MacFarlane (VE7AXU / VA7PX) <John.MacFarlane(at)gvrd.bc.ca>
14) In CCNO125, these are listed as Landing Ship ( Medium) Headquarters
15) 11/21/1940 Conversion (ex-yacht Halonia) to an armed yacht by PV Pictou Foundry & Machine 12/1/1940. Pendant S 14. Torpedoed by U-165 on 7/9/42 in the Gulf of St Lawrence There were no survivors.
16) This was the motor launch from Raccoon (ex-yacht Halonia) and placed in service as HC 72 after RACCOON was sunk. Dates and fate unknown. Note the difference in the spelling of the name. The call sign is unknown at this time.
17) In 1968, the collective voice call sign collective for the task unit was HICKORY GROVE.
18) The crew remember 'Hooker G' as the ship's voice call sign but she was officially listed as Hoodlum G.