Federal Government Awards Contract to Cellula Robotics Ltd for Arctic Subsurface R & D

The Federal Government awarded a contract to Cellula Robotics Ltd to develop a fuel cell that will improve the ability for autonomous underwater vehicles to store sufficient energy to undertake long range and long duration missions April 6th. This contract has a total value of close to $648,000 and is being awarded under the 2016 Innovation Call for Proposals for the All Domain Situational Awareness (ADSA) Science & Technology (S&T) program. Surveillance solutions support the Government of Canada’s ability to exercise sovereignty in the North, and provide a greater awareness…

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The Key to Compliant Tactical Navigation – OSI’s World Leading WECDIS on Display at Sea-Air-Space 2018

OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) will feature ECPINS Warship, a Burnaby-based leading naval electronic navigation software at the Sea-Air-Space Conference, Gaylord Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland from 9 – 11 April 2018. Over 20 years of engineering expertise in military electronic navigation has solidified OSI’s position as the world leader in the production of Warship Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) – a proven accomplishment with 20 NATO and Allied Navies operating OSI solutions aboard more than 600 platforms. ECPINS Warship is OSI’s premier Warship ECDIS solution and the benchmark of…

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NATO Secretary General to visit Canada

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited Canada on Tuesday, 3 April and Wednesday, 4 April 2018. On 4 April, he will participate in a Town Hall event at the University of Ottawa, delivering remarks and taking questions from students. He will also attend a reception hosted by the NATO Association of Canada and the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, marking the 69th anniversary of the Alliance. Mr. Stoltenberg met Governor General Julie Payette and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Chief of the Defence Staff Jonathan Vance and other senior officials.

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Signature of the North Atlantic Treaty – April 4th 1949 in Washington

On April 4th 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty was signed by Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Italy, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Canada and the United States. This union of 12 nations became known as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or more simply NATO. They were sworn to stand together against aggression. An attack against one, would be an attack against all.

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