Lockheed Martin Canada

The federal government is awarding a long-awaited contract to design its $60-billion fleet of warships to U.S. defence giant Lockheed Martin
The Vancouver-based shipbuilder tasked with providing Canada’s navy with a new fleet of support ships is turning to a defence giant’s local operations to power the brains of the vessels.
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The $60-billion effort to build new warships for Canada's navy is facing another delay after a trade tribunal ordered the federal government to postpone a final contract for the vessels' design
One of the other two bidders has asked the Federal Court to quash the feds' decision, saying Lockheed's design did not meet the navy's stated requirements
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The large U.S.-based defence firm says it’s not the only company in Ottawa that would benefit if it wins the massive contract