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BAE Systems will present a wide range of defence and security solutions in service, in development and available for the future for Canada at CANSEC 2024 on May 29 and 30 (stand 1621).

Through its heritage businesses, the Company has been a part of the Canadian aerospace and defence industrial base since 1911. Today, BAE Systems is providing the design of the Canadian Surface Combatant program for the Royal Canadian Navy under a subcontract from Lockheed Martin, Canada. BAE Systems is the warship designer for the 15-ship program with Irving Shipbuilding Inc. the prime contractor and shipbuilder. BAE Systems also powers thousands of electric and hybrid buses in use across the country. In 2023, the Company spent more than C$200 million with over 120 suppliers in Canada.

Anne Healey, BAE Systems Canada Director said: “We’ve been an important part of Canada’s industrial base for more than a centuryand our diverse portfolio of products, systems and services, coupled with our strong industrial partnerships, mean we’re well-positioned to continue our support to Canada’s national security and economic prosperity into the future.”

The Company’s display at CANSEC will highlight the Canadian Surface Combatant for the Royal Canadian Navy alongside maritime training, the Beowulf all-terrain vehicle, BONUS 155mm ammunition and the ARCHER mobile howitzer artillery system. There will also be an opportunity for delegates at CANSEC to find out more about the Company’s C5ISR, digital and intelligence capabilities, sustainable transport technologies and sustainment, training and support across all domains.

More information on BAE Systems in Canada is available at with more information about the company’s presence at CANSEC 2024 at

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