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News Government General
July 11, 2019  

Navy to release health study 15 years after deadly submarine fire

Navy conceded crew of HMCS Chicoutimi had been exposed to a nasty chemical cocktail.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 30, 2019  

Canadian Coast Guard’s first new icebreaker welcomed to fleet

The government cited the cost for the three icebreakers as $610 million.

News Government Manufacturing General
October 19, 2018  

Canada, US defence giant to launch high stakes talks over warship deal

Lockheed’s proposal beat two rival submissions to design replacements for the navy’s frigate and destroyer fleets.

News Manufacturing Transportation General Production
September 20, 2017  

Feds reviewing budgets and schedules for new resupply ships, icebreaker

Construction of three offshore fisheries science vessels for the coast guard is delayed.

Feature Government Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations General Operations Production
July 4, 2017  

West coast revival: Seaspan leads Canada’s NSS

A national shipbuilding strategy to renew Canada’s naval and coast guard fleets is paying dividends coast-to-coast.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 6, 2016  

Lockheed Martin wins $14.5M sub support contract

Will support the submarine fire control system installed in four Victoria-class vessels.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 21, 2015  

ELECTION: Liberals plan to scrap F-35, says Trudeau

Will spend on Navy and shipyards in Halifax and Vancouver instead.

News Government Manufacturing General Machinery and Equipment Maintenance
May 19, 2015  

Navy techs scour eBay for supply ship parts

Replacements for 70s era vessels up to eight years away.

News General
August 22, 2013  

Halifax frigates get $15M chilled-water upgrade

Part of the federal Modernization/Frigate Life Extension program.

News General
February 16, 2012  

Ottawa signs umbrella ship deal with Irving

The federal government has signed an umbrella agreement with the Irving shipyard in Halifax, a step towards building Canada’s next fleet of navy ships.

News Aerospace Business Operations Operations Technology
October 17, 2011  

CAE wins military contracts worth $125M

CAE Inc. has been awarded $125 million in contracts from defence forces in the US and other unidentified countries for simulators and flight training systems.

News General
August 17, 2011  

Obama’s $510-million biofuel push [VIDEO]

U.S. agriculture agency and its Navy partner to produce biofuel-friendly military vehicles and commercial transports

News Aerospace Business Operations Operations Technology
January 27, 2011  

$44M US Navy simulator deal for CAE

CAE’s US subsidiary has won a US$44 million contract to design and manufacture additional MH-60R helicopter simulators for the US Navy.