Canadian innovations for the Arctic
Oct09

Canadian innovations for the Arctic

Whenever I travel abroad and tell people I am from Canada, most of the time I get a physical response from the other person: holding their arms and motioning “brrrr”, or sometimes pointing upwards (i.e. north) in a somewhat ridiculous motion. If there is one thing we specialize in as Canadians, it’s being cold and north. The Arctic wraps...

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Interview with BGen Patrick Carpentier, Commander of the Joint Task Force (North)
Sep27

Interview with BGen Patrick Carpentier, Commander of the Joint Task Force (North)

BGen Carpentier began his career with the Canadian Forces in August 1986, following his Basic Air Weapons Control course in North Bay, Ontario. Over the years he was posted on many different assignments and served in numerous roles. From the 12th Missile Warning Squadron in the late 80s to the Phased Array Ballistic Missile Early Warning System, 1st Space...

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An Arctic focus
Aug22

An Arctic focus

As the summer months are winding down, we are busy putting together plans for our future events – C4ISR and Beyond and Ship Tech Forum. Both of these events have brought to the defence and security industry, a distinctive platform to share knowledge and technological advancement that can fit the future needs of the Canadian Armed Forces. By creating...

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Aug/Sep Issue: Our Changing North
Aug21

Aug/Sep Issue: Our Changing North

In this issue, we are excited to share articles geared toward the Arctic. Our main feature is an interview with BGen Patrick Carpentier, Commander of the Joint Task Force (North). BGen Carpentier talks about his main focus areas, the role of Strong, Secure, Engaged, in the Canadian Arctic, communication challenges, and security and threats to the North. Other articles...

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Canada awards R&D contract to Cellula Robotics Ltd for sub-surface surveillance in the Arctic
Apr10

Canada awards R&D contract to Cellula Robotics Ltd for sub-surface surveillance in the Arctic

The Government of Canada recently awarded a contract to Cellula Robotics Ltd, as part of its commitment to defence research and development. “Our Government is committed to providing the members of the Canadian Armed Forces with the tools they need to do their jobs while obtaining the best possible value for Canadians,” said Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Public Services...

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Canada’s Northern people deserve better Arctic SAR capabilities
Mar16

Canada’s Northern people deserve better Arctic SAR capabilities

The Canadian Standing Senate Committee on Fisheries and Oceans met last month to study maritime search and rescue activities, including current challenges and opportunities. Colonel (Retired) Pierre LeBlanc, President, Arctic Security Consultants, addressed the committee a witness on the matter of search and rescue in the Arctic: The Canadian Arctic is actually larger than the whole of continental Europe....

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