Infographic: Rebuilding our marine industry and supporting technological innovation

This infographic shows how the National Shipbuilding Strategy is helping to create jobs and prosperity in Canada. Learn how many combat and non-combat vessels being built by two Canadian shipyards and visualize the massive size of those vessels.

Rebuilding our marine industry and supporiting technological innovation infographic

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Description of the infographic

The words "National Shipbuilding Strategy" appear at the top of the infographic.

Rebuilding our marine industry and supporting technological innovation

The infographic has 3 sections:

Creating jobs and prosperity

A map of Canada displays the following information:

Non-combat vessels

Non-combat vessels are being built by Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards Co. Ltd.

4 different non-combat vessels are being built:

A graphic compares the sizes of each of these vessels to each other. A scale, in metres, appears below the vessels.

A graphic of a school bus appears on the scale. It has a length of about 14 metres, and looks really small even when compared to the smallest vessel.

Combat vessels

Combat vessels are being built by Irving Shipbuilding Inc.

2 different combat vessels are being built:

A graphic compares the sizes of each of these vessels to each other. The same scale appears above the vessels.

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