Captain A H Stevens RCAMC circa 1959. He was a Doctor with Health and Welfare and was also in the Militia.
My father, Captain, (later Lieutenant Colonel) A. H. “Pete” Stevens Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (R.C.A.M.C.) circa 1959. He was a Doctor with Health and Welfare and was also in the Militia. He was an Army Cadet drummer before WWII, then C.O.T.C. at the University of New Brunswick. He volunteered for the R.C.A.F. but like so many was turned down. He was Commissioned into the Lincoln and Welland Regiment, sent to Nanaimo, B.C. and later Newfoundland with them, then transferred in 1943 to the Essex Scottish Regiment as a replacement officer after Dieppe Raid. In 1943 he was attached to No. 4 Commando and was injured on a small raid and was sent back to Canada for medical treatment in 1944. He later joined the RCAMC and in 1968-1969 was with the R.C.N.R. as a Doctor. 

New page 2018-02-19 BCPP Nominal Roll – Sorted Alphabetically 

New page 2018-02-19 BCPP Nominal Roll – Sorted by Regimental Number

New Page 2018-01-24 Arctic Mercy Mission, November 1960 (sub-page of Dr. A. H. “Pete” Stevens (click here)

New page 2017-12-18: Museum Loans (click here)

New page RCMP Musical Ride 2017 in Burnaby (click here)

New page Japanese Sail Training Ship KAIWO MARU (click here)

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This is a personal web site of Colin MacGregor Stevens which covers:

Drum, Seaforth Highlanders - Scotland Souvenir painting not service. Drumsticks laying on top.

Universal Carrier Mark I shown in 1945 in the Netherlands. The mud guard has been removed.


2013-08-18 Bald Eagle Raptors

  • Museum Lessons

Seaforth Museum - Officer's Full Dress scarlet uniform and 72nd Bn CEF uniform July 2011.


Cannon from the S.S. Mont Blanc - Muzzle end, mounted upside down and showing the area the missing piece came from. From the Halifax Explosion 1917-12-06


You may NAVIGATE this web site in three ways:

1. RECOMMENDED METHOD – By using the menu on the left side or bottom, depending upon your viewing screen, of every page. It is a site map and you may scroll down and click on an item to go to that page. This site map makes it easier to understand how this site is laid out.  

2. By using the drop-down menus at the top of each page,  but as there are over 123 pages (and growing) at the moment, there is not always enough space on screen for the drop-down menus.

3. You may also use the site-wide SEARCH THIS WEB SITE using the “Search …” box for a specific word. This Search box is usually in the upper left corner. 

This Web Site

The web site’s name comes from the fact that four of our Stevens family have served as  Captains in the Canadian military: my paternal grandfather, my father (later Lieutenant Colonel), my mother and myself.  There were other Captains in the family too but they had different last names such as Ely and Heakes.

Special acknowledgement is hereby given to my late friend, Richard Pitt of Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada who graciously hosted my first web site on his Pacific Data (pacdat) at no charge from 1999 to 2015. He also enabled the arrangement to continue even after his untimely death. 


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Seaforths practicing the bayonet charge for the Presss. Circa 1939.
Seaforths practicing the bayonet charge for the Presss. Circa 1939.