Irving Shipyard ceremonially delivered the third Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS) HMCS Max Bernays to the Royal Canadian Navy...
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17 Aug 2022
Irving Shipbuilding Inc. has cut first steel for the future HMCS Robert Hampton Gray to officially begin production of Canada’s sixth and Final Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS)...
02 Jun 2022
Boeing and several Canadian industry partners announced their intent to collaborate to provide the capability and sustainability of the proven P-8A Poseidon for the Canadian Multi-Mission Aircraft (CMMA) requirement.
31 May 2022
The Royal Canadian Navy christened two new Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS), HMCS Margaret Brooke and HMCS Max Bernays, at the Halifax Shipyard on May 29, 2022.
22 Dec 2021
Saab has signed a contract for multi-role Sea Giraffe AMB naval radars antenna kits, for the upgrade of the Royal Canadian Navy’s Halifax Class frigates. The contract also includes associated equipment and spare parts with an order value over SEK 300 million (USD 32 million).
22 Nov 2021
Naval forces from Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan and the U.S. unite to conduct multilateral, multinational exercise ANNUALEX in the Philippine Sea, Nov. 21-30.
28 Oct 2021
Kraken Robotics has signed a Robotics as a Service (RaaS) contract with the Canadian government for testing of Kraken’s ultra-high resolution survey equipment with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN).
02 Sep 2021
GE Marine announced it has renewed a long-term, customized service agreement (CSA) with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). The CSA covers an operating fleet of 24 GE LM2500 aeroderivative marine gas turbines plus spare engines used to power Halifax class frigates.
11 Aug 2021
Years of preparation and training were brought to bear on August 3 in Halifax, as The Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) newly commissioned Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS), Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Harry DeWolf, set sail on its first operational mission to Canada’s North.
05 Aug 2021
Through the National Shipbuilding Strategy, the Government of Canada is ensuring the members of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) have safe and effective vessels required to protect Canadian sovereignty, while creating jobs and generating economic benefits for communities across Canada.