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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'
The $60-billion effort to build new warships for Canada's navy has hit another snag, this time in the form of a legal challenge by one of three companies in the competition to design the
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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