Shipbuilding across Canadian communities

In 2020, the Government of Canada awarded approximately $3.5 billion in new contracts to Canadian companies under the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS), including $132.1 million that went to small and medium-sized businesses with fewer than 250 full-time employees. These contracts contribute to creating and sustaining jobs for the Canadian marine industry within their communities, generating important economic impacts from coast to coast to coast. Featured in this series are companies whose employees and communities have benefited from NSS contracts.


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Built for safety, built for speed and built in Canada

Under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy, Public Services and Procurement Canada signed a $35 million contract on behalf of the Royal Canadian Navy for 30 fast, safe and agile multi-role boats designed and made by a Delta, British Colombia company named Zodiac Hurricane Technologies.

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Upgrades for senior citizens of the sea

Since the late 19th century, ship repair company NEWDOCK has been a fixture in the harbour of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. In 2021, the company will start working on a new departmental contract to upgrade 2 of the Canadian Coast Guard’s ships.

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