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A proposal outlining the industrial benefits Boeing is prepared to deliver to Canadian companies in exchange for a sole-source interim fighter jet contract will land on desks at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada on Wednesday.
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A Boeing-led team, including U.S. Air Force and Naval Air Systems Command representatives, recently completed KC-46 tanker electromagnetic testing.
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Britain risks losing clout in the aerospace industry, one of its largest skilled employers, due to concerns over its departure from the European Union, a corporate overhaul at Airbus and a new Franco-German push on defense, industry insiders say.
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As many as 37,000 people have been evacuated from their homes in British Columbia due to relentless wildfires that continue to scorch swaths of the province, according the latest update from B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone.
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The Canada Aviation and Space Museum is lending its support to OEX Recovery Group Incorporated in a project involving the search-and-recovery of free-flight Avro Arrow models which have rested on the bottom of Lake Ontario for more than 60 years.
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The global aerospace industry descended on Ottawa in late May for the annual CANSEC Global Defence and Security Trade Show, which is hosted by the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI).
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Transport Canada's plan to patrol the Arctic with a drone has been delayed by at least two years, partly because the unmanned aircraft is so large it's considered a kind of missile and falls under complex arms-control rules.
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The German military's aviation safety chief has launched a new initiative against cyber threats, citing research that he said shows hackers can commandeer military airplanes with the help of equipment that costs about 5,000 euros ($5,700).
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A C-17 Globemaster, a C-130J Hercules, two CH-147F Chinooks and three CH-146 Griffons are being sent by the Canadian military to support crews fighting wildfires in British Columbia.
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Canada is set to approve a $200 million deal that would see Boeing maintain the military’s C-17 aircraft despite claims by the Liberal government it is getting tough on the U.S. firm for its complaint against Bombardier.
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