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Veterans, Space and Equipping the CAF
Oct28

Veterans, Space and Equipping the CAF

Over the years, millions of men and women have placed their lives on the line to protect their country and fellow citizens from the act of war, military combat and armed conflicts. Of these brave men and women, many did not make it back, and those that did suffer from the atrocities of war. In Canada, there are about...

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The push for the Arctic
Aug29

The push for the Arctic

The Arctic region has been in the defence headlines a lot of late. Covering a total area of approximately 14 million square kilometres, the Arctic is a highly sought expanse due to its rich natural resources. The United States Geological Survey estimates that up to 25 per cent of the world’s remaining oil and natural gas resource might be...

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The buzz around procurement for the Canadian Armed Forces
Jul03

The buzz around procurement for the Canadian Armed Forces

A few weeks ago, I attended the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries’ major event of the year – CANSEC. As Canada’s largest defence trade show, CANSEC has been instrumental in bringing both local and international companies to showcase their innovative solutions for Canada. This year there was a slew of equipment, technologies and innovative solutions on display...

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The progress to date on Strong, Secure, Engaged
Apr30

The progress to date on Strong, Secure, Engaged

In June 2017, the Government of Canada released its new defence policy, Strong, Secure, Engaged (SSE), designed to guide defence priorities over the next two decades. This new policy is built on providing support to the brave men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and equipping National Defence to meet Canada’s defence needs locally and internationally. By...

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Removing the “boom and bust” periods of shipbuilding
Feb25

Removing the “boom and bust” periods of shipbuilding

During the previous two decades, shipbuilding in Canada had virtually ceased. With no new significant orders, local shipyards were becoming obsolete and the workforce was shrinking. However, in 2010, new life was injected into the marine industry with the announcement of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, later renamed as the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS). The Government of Canada decided...

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