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Photos: Post-makeover, HMCS Ojibwa heads to new home

HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, embarks on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont.

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event.  Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event.  Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event.  Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event.  Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event. Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event.  Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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HMCS Ojibwa, the last of Canada’s Oberon-class, Cold War era submarines, makes its way through the Welland Canal system in St. Catharines, Ont., on Sunday. Thousands of people came out to watch the unusual event.  Ojibwa was given a million-dollar makeover in Hamilton, before embarking on its journey to The Elgin Military Museum in Port Burwell, Ont., on Lake Erie.

Glenn Lowson/The Globe and Mail

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