ARMED FORCES OPEN HOUSE: Leading seaman Leigh Walls of Comox stands with dozens of torpedoes in the HMCS Chicoutimi submarine in Nanoose Bay at the Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental and Test Ranges open house Saturday morning. Despite some rain

Hundreds attend open house at Nanoose Bay military base

Despite some rain, hundreds of people came to the Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental and Test Ranges open house Saturday morning

ARMED FORCES OPEN HOUSE: Leading seaman Leigh Walls of Comox stands with dozens of torpedoes in the HMCS Chicoutimi submarine in Nanoose Bay at the Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental and Test Ranges open house Saturday morning. Despite some rain, hundreds of people came out to enjoy the unique opportunity. For more photos from the event, visit www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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