Ballard launches first zero emissions module to power ships
Aligns with aggressive targets (50% lower) for reduction of CO2 emissions in the sector by 2050.
Kraken gets $3M from NRC-IRAP for ThunderFish development
Will be larger with increased depth rating, larger payload capacity and longer mission endurance.
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.
Kraken Robotics secures three defence contracts worth $1M
Technology includes marine sensors, laser scanner and enhancement of a customer’s sonar product.
Dash 8 joins federal marine surveillance program
The aircraft will be modified to detect oil spills, monitor ships and whale movements.
International shipping under the microscope as whale death toll grows
Examinations of five of the carcasses showed three of them had injuries consistent with ship strikes.
Canadian Coast Guard’s first new icebreaker welcomed to fleet
The government cited the cost for the three icebreakers as $610 million.
Making waves in the marine industry
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Kraken awarded $1M sonar signal software contract
Will be supported by company’s recently established Acoustic Signal Processing Group.
Unifor gives Irving’s Halifax Shipyard 48-hour strike notice
75% of its members voted against the deal offered following eight months of negotiations.
Research needed re: impact of microplastics on BC shellfish
Simon Fraser study found microplastics at 16 sites in the Baynes Sound and Lambert Channel areas.
Study suggests marine heat waves getting more frequent, lasting longer
The prolonged heat can harm biodiversity, as well as fisheries and aquaculture: scientists.
Roxul announces global industrial technical insulation platform
Company says merger was necessary to link North American business to global community.
Thordon Bearings builds its global business making rudder and shaftline products that use seawater for lubrication.