National Shipbuilding Strategy
The National Shipbuilding Strategy is a long-term project to renew Canada's federal fleet of combat and non-combat vessels. We formed partnerships with two Canadian shipyards to deliver much-needed vessels to the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard. The strategy provides economic benefits to Canadians and rebuilds our country’s shipbuilding industry.
Services and information
About the National Shipbuilding Strategy
How we are renewing our fleet and rebuilding our marine industry. Find answers to frequently asked questions.
Strengthening our communities through the National Shipbuilding Strategy
Videos showing how the strategy is benefitting Canadians and Canadian businesses.
Shipbuilding projects to equip the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard
Current status of ongoing shipbuilding projects.
News about the National Shipbuilding Strategy
Strategy progress, news releases, backgrounders, speeches and technical briefings.
Industry engagement on the National Shipbuilding Strategy
Latest activities related to industry engagements.
National Shipbuilding Strategy reports
Activities and progress from 2012 to 2016.
Shipbuilding contracts awarded by Public Services and Procurement Canada in 2016
Consult the interactive map that shows the financial impact and allocation of National Shipbuilding Strategy contracts across Canada.
National Shipbuilding Strategy milestones and progress
Learn about the progress we’re making on our 30-year goal to renew the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Coast Guard fleets.
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