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Tea & Talks: The Royal Canadian Navy and the Battle of the Atlantic

May 21, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


The Maritime Museum of BC is going virtual with many of our public programs! For our Tea & Talks, museum volunteers, archival staff, and educators present unique artifacts from our collection, surrounded by discussions of maritime history and other seaworthy topics – all over a cup of tea and refreshments. With our virtual shift, we’re still providing the talk, but the tea and refreshments will be from the comfort of your own home

Join us for a program LIVE using Zoom Meetings, where they have the chance to interact with volunteer speakers.  After purchasing a Live program, you will receive a link to register for the Zoom Meeting. Tickets can be purchased at our Online Store.


THIS WEEK’S TALK: The Royal Canadian Navy and The Battle of the Atlantic (with Dave North, volunteer)

Thursday, May 21, 2020 – 2:30 PM PST

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic. For this week’s talk, join Dave North as he discusses this crucial battle. He’ll be focusing on the Royal Canadian Navy’s rapid expansion in order to play an important part in the longest and most strategically important battle of the Second World War.


For more information, please email us at programs@mmbc.bc.ca.

The Maritime Museum of BC does not want to cause additional financial hardship at this time to any who would like to participate in our programs and lack the ability to pay. Free attendance at these programs is available. please email us at programs@mmbc.bc.ca to request your free Virtual Program discount code.

Please note: Registration for LIVE programs must occur at least 2 hours before the scheduled program and provide an e-mail, or we can not guarantee that you will receive the link to participate. We will contact you before the program, and are available for Zoom troubleshooting aid up to 2 hours before the program start time.


May 21, 2020
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm




Maritime Museum of BC