Information about Government of Canada procurement for Canadian businesses, as well as government buyers, materiel managers and procurement specialists.
Free, e-procurement platform, exclusively for Canadian companies containing over 1M opportunities. There is a excellent primer video on the registration page that captures all the features.
Home for doing business with the Government of Canada, where you will find a new suite of online procurement services.
Beyond Defence: Securing opportunities for all kinds of Canadian businesses with the U.S. DoD
How to enter the US DoD market successfully for Canadian businesses.
Winning Contracts with Foreign Governments
How to mitigate risk, improve your competitive positioning, win sales with government buyers.
Seizing Opportunity – Developing Winning Proposals
How to pick the right opportunity and build winning proposals.
The Indigenous Business Directory (IBD) is an online directory that allows procurement officers and the private sector to identify Indigenous businesses.
Contract opportunities are procurement notices from federal contracting offices. Anyone interested in doing business with the government can use this system to search opportunities. Opportunities include pre-solicitation notices, solicitation notices, award notices, and sole source notices.
Canadian Commercial Corporation
Canada's government to government contracting agency that supports Canada and Canadian businesses to build successful commercial relationships with governments around the world.
Gov’t of Canada International Trade
International trade and investment exporting, importing and investing in Canada and foreign markets.
Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy: Value Proposition Guide introduced in 2014 to provide guidance to industry on the Government of Canada's approach to leveraging economic benefits under the Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB) Policy.
Halifax-class Modernization/Frigate Life Extension (HCM/FELEX)
The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is in the midst of its most intensive and comprehensive period of fleet renewal in its peacetime history, touching upon all elements of the fleet.
ISED Overview of the Canadian Marine Industry (2018)
Developing relevant, quality, and timely marine industry strategic information, to brief policy and industry decision makers
Marine Industry Media Links
Magazine at the heart of the maritime industry.
Canada's leading defence magazine.
Defence Security and Innovation Magazine.
Canada's only independent monthly defence magazine. We cover industry, news, policy, and history. Since 1988.
Journal of the maritime industry.
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Canadian War Museum; History of the Royal Canadian Navy
Canada's naval history.
List of Naval Museums and Historic Sites
Telling Canada's heroic stories of the sea.
Canadian Naval Technical History Association
The Canadian Naval Technical History Association is made up of a group of volunteers, many of whom are retired Naval Engineers. A prime purpose of the CNTHA is to make its information available to researchers and casual readers alike.
Shipbuilding history, construction records of U.S. and Canadian shipbuilders and boatbuilders.
A site dedicated to the men and women of the Royal Canadian Navy and the ships they lived and served in.
The Royal United Services Institute of Nova Scotia
The Royal United Services Institute of Nova Scotia provides a forum for the study, promotion and debate of defence, security and safety affairs.
Fine Canadian archive and collection of marine books, our art gallery, ship models and displays.
The Arctic Economic Council is an independent organization that facilitates Arctic business-to-business activities and responsible economic development.
The Canadian Ice Service's mission is to provide the most timely and accurate information about ice in Canada's navigable waters. We work to promote safe and efficient maritime operations and to help protect Canada's environment.
International Maritime Organization
United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine and atmospheric pollution by ships. IMO's work supports the UN SDGs.