Defence and Security

Lockheed Martin Canada has been named the preferred bidder to design the country’s next fleet of warships, a potential $60-billion deal that could make waves in Ottawa if the enormous defence firm
Commerce Decisions, a U.K.-based company with offices in Ottawa, has secured a contract with the federal government to support the procurement process for 88 advanced fighter jets, replacing Canada
From a security perspective, the recent G7 summit in Charlevoix, Que., passed mostly without incident. Now, an Ottawa company is stepping up to take a bit of credit.
An Ottawa firm that makes diagnostic tools for commercial and military aircraft is part of a group of Canadian companies that will receive nearly $50 million in federal funding to develop new techn
At an industrial park in south-end Ottawa, robot maker Icor Technology is giving new meaning to the phrase “the long arm of the law.”
Calian Group set a new record for Q1 revenues, the Ottawa-based firm reported today, thanks to some help from last year’s local acquisition.
After submitting its bid for the next generation of Canadian warships, Lockheed Martin Canada says its coalition is the best choice for
Senior officials at the Department of National Defence are admitting that they will be challenged to make good on the Trudeau government's promise to buy billions of dollars in new military equipme
Defence companies and shipbuilders competing to design Canada's new fleet of warships have been given until Nov. 17 to submit their proposals.
Contract options could extend up to 35 years, valued at $5.2B