Who hasn’t dealt with budget cuts in tough times?
DND warned of potential failure of ship turbo generators ahead of HMCS Protecteur fire
HMCS Whitehorse returned home to Esquimalt, B.C. after leaving RIMPAC exercise
Royal Canadian Navy loses the use of another ship
Cmdr. Jules Elbourne recalls fire on Canadian navy ship
OTTAWA – The Harper government paid out as much as $8 million to settle legal claims arising from the collapse of the first failed bid to build new supply ships
OTTAWA – Two new reports are casting a critical eye on the Harper government’s national shipbuilding strategy, with one suggesting the plan to build the navy’s new supply vessels in
TORONTO – A bail hearing for a Canadian naval engineer accused of trying to send classified information on Canada’s shipbuilding strategy to China has been postponed.
Qing Quentin Huang, 53,
OTTAWA – Buoyed by Canada’s new free trade deal and a defence co-operation agreement with France, one of Europe’s largest shipbuilders is pounding on the door to be part of
Even before it was hit by a series of setbacks, Canada’s Pacific fleet faced questions about its readiness
VICTORIA – An American fishing trawler rammed a Canadian navy vessel tied up at dock at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt Tuesday, injuring several people.
A statement from Maritimes Forces Pacific
HALIFAX – The shipyard that did refit work on a navy warship before it was damaged while returning to Halifax says the repair bill had already cost $5 million more
A floating security fence to protect warships in Halifax Harbour has fallen victim to a more modest assault: mussels
Alcohol and sex aren’t the only problems in the Australian military
The U.S. is arresting pirates, but Canada is cutting them loose