Arctic Shipbuilding Program Not Iced

Thursday, August 20, 2009

According to an August 18 report from the Ottawa Citizen, the Candian Defence Department will run some tests at the end of the month on a model of a proposed new Arctic patrol vessel but there is still no indication of when it will approach the shipbuilding industry to move ahead with the $3b program.
(Source: Ottawa Citizen)
 

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