HMCS Regina commander removed after ‘inappropriate conduct’ on another vessel

The commanding officer of HMCS Regina, Lt.-Cmdr. David Dallin, has been relieved from his duties after an incident involving "inappropriate conduct," according to the Royal Canadian Navy on Thursday. The navy said in a statement it had lost confidence in Dallin's judgment, who had been commanding the Pacific Fleet warship. The alleged incident took place on another vessel during a naval training exercise, the navy said.