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Canada, the Space Debris Problem, and the Future Debris Mission
Nov15

Canada, the Space Debris Problem, and the Future Debris Mission

On July 12, 2019, the Department of National Defence (DND) presented a call to help develop a viable and cost-effective way to track and de-orbit space debris[1]. With the rapid growth in the space industry projected over the next decade, the call comes at a critical point where accumulated space debris has raised the risk of collision for existing...

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AIAC Charts Path for the Future of Aerospace with Vision 2025
Nov13

AIAC Charts Path for the Future of Aerospace with Vision 2025

One year ago, the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) launched Vision 2025, our industry-led initiative to start a new dialogue between government, stakeholders, industry and the public, about the future of Canada’s aerospace sector. Together with Vision 2025 Chair, Former Premier and Deputy Prime Minister Jean Charest, we travelled the country consulting with all aspects of Canada’s aerospace...

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The F-35 Lightning II, a Strategic Asset
Nov12

The F-35 Lightning II, a Strategic Asset

In The Lords of Strategy: The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World, author Walter Kiechel III traces the evolution of corporate strategy from its beginnings to the global financial collapse of 2008. That so many financially minded strategy “experts” seem to have gotten everything so very wrong in the lead up to the collapse motivated Kiechel to...

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Ship Interiors
Oct31

Ship Interiors

As the shipbuilding strategy in Canada continues to move forward, we are constantly talking with Canadian SMEs participating in the downstream technological advances being leveraged and brought to Canada. For this month’s issue, we spoke with a few business leaders innovating in the shipbuilding sector. Antonio Jose Llago Hermida, CEO, GabadiCharles-Alexandre Pare, President & General Manager, Rousseau MetalVito Longo,...

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Comparing the U.S. and Canadian military Arctic strategies
Oct02

Comparing the U.S. and Canadian military Arctic strategies

Rhetoric is not policy until it is reflected in government documents and actions. Comparing the United States and Canadian Arctic military strategies reveals that there is much more in common than different, disproving the rhetoric that paints Canada and the United States as adversaries. Despite dissentious comments by U.S. Secretary of the Navy Spencer threatening freedom of navigation operations...

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