HALIFAX—Canada’s largest private sector union said no changes are expected to the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS) despite reports to the contrary. Unifor said it “fully expects” members working at Halifax Shipyard Ltd., a subsidiary of Irving Shipbuilding Inc., to…
National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy has yet to deliver a single vessel some three years after shipyards were chosen
Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. will build trio of intermediate vessels that run on diesel, LNG
Columbia Institute said hundreds of millions of dollars in economic benefits if new vessels built locally
Firm “categorically” denied wrongdoing after it was added to lawsuit filed against former Irving employee
Lawsuit alleges former Irving employee leaked confidential business information to rival Davie shipyards
The new system will see increased co-operation among Defence, Public Works and Industry officials under an umbrella secretariat
One of its first steps has been to honour its commitment to pay $2,000 to each of Davie’s 900 former employees.
Deal adds to flurry of spending by Chinese state-owned firms.
Addition of 12,000 new jobs in region anticipated due to shipbuilding contracts