Project Ojibwa is the newest and largest endeavour of the Elgin
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The Elgin Military Museum is proud to obtain, preserve and
operate HMCS Ojibwa, a cold war Oberon Class submarine, as
part of a Museum - reflecting our naval heritage for the benefit of
future generations. Ojibwa opened for tours in the summer of
2013. Building of our new branch of the museum, the Elgin
Military Museum of Naval History is slated to begin in 2014, the
one hundredth anniversary of the Canadian Submarine Service.
HMCS Ojibwa was the first submarine built expressly for
the Royal Canadian Navy (although there were submarines in the
Canadian navy since the Great War).