And some more Canadian content: Canadian version of the Bangor class minesweeper, built Vancouver/Prince Rupert, as well as Ontario and Quebec;
and the Park/Fort version of the Liberty design. The prettiest of the Libertys (heck, the only one that WAS pretty), they had the same hull design and engines, but with Scotch boilers so they could burn oil, coal or composite, with just a bit of tinkering. Framed as a scantling deck, with the frames a bit farther apart (as in the Victory designs), they were better suited to heavy weather, and didn’t show the stiffness cracks that plagued the typical Libertys. If only they weren’t so damn slow. But there’s a bunch of them still soldiering on in many parts of the world; a real tribute to Canadian shipbuilders, eh?