Navy enters new era by welcoming long awaited Arctic warship into fleet
HMCS Harry DeWolf was welcomed in a ceremony at Canadian Forces Base Halifax on July 31, five years after Irving Shipbuilding first started cutting steel
Health official revokes US travel exemption for Irving Shipbuilding
No more back and forth while the border between the two countries remains officially closed for non-essential visits.
Delivery of navy’s first Arctic patrol ship delayed until 2020
Irving Shipbuilding has four of the Harry DeWolf-class of vessels under construction in Halifax.
Federal government to buy two more Arctic patrol ships from Irving
Addresses the Canadian Coast Guard’s desperate need for new ships and prevents layoffs at the shipyard.
Unionized Halifax shipbuilders vote in favour of four-year deal
Agreement covers about 900 shipbuilders at its shipyard facility.
Liberals to streamline frigate replacement plan
Documents suggest the bill for 15 warships has ballooned to $40 billion from an original projection of $26 billion.
Construction starts at Halifax Shipyard on Arctic patrol ship
Irving Shipbuilding expects employment to swell to 2,500 workers once peak production is reached.
Feds contract Irving Shipbuilding to build naval patrol ships
Program expected to cost $3.5 billion, up from an initially proposed $3.1 billion when the ships were announced in 2007.
RCMP arrests Canadian trying to send shipbuilding information to China
Qing Quentin Huang works for a subcontractor to Irving Shipbuilding, which is building arctic patrol ships for the Canadian naval forces.
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