Canada

In a recent five year period our commitment to Canadian industry has resulted in more than $450m in industrial benefits.
Canadian Armed Forces currently use our products including: Hawk training aircraft, M777 Lightweight Towed Howitzers, BV206 all-terrain vehicles and naval guns. While our Canadian Applied Intelligence colleagues offer a range of cyber security and intelligence products and services to protect and enhance the connected world.
 
We also deliver a range of maritime services, including performance-based contracting, training solutions, and modernization programs for ships and equipment. BAE Systems design and manufacture complex warships and submarines, as well as their combat systems and equipment to detect, track and neutralize threats.
 
In February 2019 BAE Systems was awarded a contract from Lockheed Martin Canada for the design of the Type 26 Global Combat Ship variant for the Canadian Surface Combatant.  The Global Combat Ship is the most modern and versatile ship in the world that meets Canada's requirements and will be capable of deployment worldwide for extended periods, undertaking a wide range of roles from high intensity conflict to humanitarian assistance, including anti-submarine warfare and air defence.
 
 
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Partnering with Canada

See how BAE Systems creates long-term relationships with Canadian partners and suppliers.
 
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Meet the team

Introducing our Canadian team.
 
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Maritime Capabilities

At BAE Systems we design and manufacture complex warships and submarines, as well as their combat systems and equipment to detect, track and destroy threats.
 
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Our history in Canada

BAE Systems’ heritage in Canada dates back to 1911. It includes Avro Canada, which produced the Avro Arrow, as well as companies such as De Havilland Canada and Hawker Siddeley Aviation.