Canadian defence

The head of Canada’s most prominent defence industry lobby group is urging the federal government to revamp its defence procurement strategy as part of its drive to make the country a world leader
A new $35-million agreement between Thales in Canada and Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards will mean more jobs at the Thales Ottawa maritime lab, a company vice-president said Thursday.
American defence firm L-3 Communications Holdings announced Wednesday it will open a design, engineering and support facility in Ottawa that will be home to a team of highly specialized design, sof
General Dynamics announced Thursday it has signed two contracts with the Department of National Defence, one for construction and the other for servicing a network of anchor stations for the Mercur
For the second time in five days, General Dynamics Canada has secured a multimillion-dollar contract, this time with the Peruvian Navy.
Ottawa’s Dominis Engineering Ltd.
Senior officials at National Defence were concerned last fall that the Harper government's plan to rescue its problem-plagued military procurement system would make a bad situation even worse.
Ottawa employees will not be included among the layoffs announced this week at multinational defence firm Lockheed Martin, a company spokesman said Tuesday.  
A local armour manufacturer will help the Canadian Armed Forces upgrade some of its equipment after being awarded a subcontract worth $3.75 million.