A company of naval trainees at HMCS Cornwallis, Deep Brook, Nova Scotia, May 17, 1944. Ordinary Seaman Bernard Daye is in the top row, fifth from the left.Bernard Daye
A Department of National Defence document permitting Acting/Stoker 1st Class Bernard Daye to wear the War Service Badge, "General Service" Class, February 19, 1946.Bernard Daye
Bernard Daye's Certificate of Service in the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve (RCNVR).Bernard Daye
Bernard Daye's History Sheet for Stoker Ratings, plotting his progress in stoker training at HMCS Discovery in Vancouver, British Columbia during May and June 1944.Bernard Daye
The officers and men in HMCS Discovery, Vancouver, British Columbia, February 1944. Ordinary Seaman Bernard Daye is twelfth from the right in the second row from the top.Bernard Daye
"I worked in the shipyard, helping to build them. So when I got to the ripe age of 15, I joined the navy."