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Features, canada, innovation, technology, cybersecurity

By Nicole Verkindt | January 15, 2019

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“Cyberspace has consequently become a domain of potential conflict just as real as land, sea, air and space.” – Canada First report, 2013

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for sellers, canada, opportunities, procurement, automotive

By Megha Khirwal | January 7, 2019

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Taiga Motors has just released an OMX-exclusive RFI for the production of prototype tooling and composite parts. This opportunity will expire at 05:00 PM EST on Thursday, January 31, 2019.

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Features, canada, news, united states, mexico, manufacturing, trade

By Jon Elkin | December 3, 2018

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The USMCA was signed at the G20 summit this weekend - with two big changes you need to be aware of. Find out what the new NAFTA will mean for Canadian trade and business.

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canada, webinars, defence, manufacturing

By Hayley Clift | November 19, 2018

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Our "Understanding and applying to Canada's $1.6 billion IDEaS program: How you can win up to CA$200,000 in innovation contracts" webinar was last week - here's what you missed.

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for sellers, canada, opportunities, defence, marine, manufacturing

By Megha Khirwal | November 13, 2018

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Don't miss this chance to join a major marine supply chain! Can you supply oil spill recovery and response equipment, emergency towing capability, and/or buoy tending program crane or equipment?

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Did you know?  Canadian policy states that 100% of defence investments must go back to  Canadian businesses.  That's $3,238,218,028 of unclaimed opportunities.  Learn more >>