In such case, provisions of Guidelines on Accreditation and Circular Note XDC-0708 of August 1, 2008 will apply.
Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt (CFB Esquimalt) is Canada's Pacific Coast naval base and home port to Maritime Forces Pacific and Joint Task Force Pacific Headquarters.
The Lookout is the base newspaper, which covers local, national and international news with specific interest to Navy and Canadian Forces members and family issues.
Other properties that are part of CFB Esquimalt include the Albert Head training area near Albert Head, Metchosin, located approximately 30 kilometres (19 mi) by road southwest of downtown Victoria.
The present dockyard and drydock, known as HMC Dockyard Esquimalt, dates to the Royal Navy's Esquimalt Royal Navy Dockyard (1842–1905) and was the Royal Navy's Pacific Station until 1911.
1.1 These guidelines take effect April 15, 2011.1.2 They replace the Department’s Circular Note XDC-2646 of November 9, 2001 (available upon request).2.1 Article 7 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations states that “in the case of military, naval or air attachés, the receiving State may require their names to be submitted beforehand, for its approval.” This provision applies in Canada.2.2 The objective of these guidelines is to specify the legal, policy and administrative requirements that must be met by foreign States accredited to Canada wishing to appoint a defence, military, naval or air attaché.The base occupies approximately 41 square kilometres (10,000 acres) at the southern tip of Vancouver Island on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, in the municipality of Esquimalt, British Columbia, adjacent to the western limit of the provincial capital, Victoria.CFB Esquimalt comprises facilities including Naden (formerly HMCS Naden), Her Majesty's Canadian (HMC) Dockyard Esquimalt, Fleet Maintenance Facility – Cape Breton (FMF CB), a Fire Fighting and Damage Control School, the Naval Officer Training Centre (NOTC) Venture, and extensive housing including 716 personnel married quarters located at nine sites such as Belmont Park, Work Point, and Royal Roads.To remove the widget, simply delete the line of code from your page.Notice: This widget works through an XML feed, and no personal information from users is collected through its use. Its primary responsibilities are the protection of Iraq's coastline and offshore assets.