Construction of three offshore fisheries science vessels for the coast guard is delayed.
Work to be completed in Canada, except when the ships need work overseas.
A national shipbuilding strategy to renew Canada’s naval and coast guard fleets is paying dividends coast-to-coast.
Will prevent company from going bankrupt when some of its debt matures next month.
Nova Scotia firm will build two rigid hull inflatable boats for each of the six patrol vessels.
BC shipyard to build two joint supply ships for the Royal Canadian Navy.
Irving and feds say measures have been taken to ensure full transparency and fairness.
Funding under National Shipbuilding Policy for science vessel and joint support ships.
Unsolicited bid worth up to $1 billion includes icebreaker and three support ships.
Industry group claims current strategy from the former Harper government has led to “unaffordable” renewal programs.
Pact strengthens workforce co-operation and trades training between the regions.
Canadians could be on the hook for as much as $30 billion to build the 15 new ships, well above original estimates.
So far, Quebec’s Davie Shipyard getting the job without open call for tenders.
105-metre vessels will accommodate 145 vehicles and 600 passengers.
New ownership resuscitates storied, but once-troubled shipyard with high-end vessels.