CATEGORIES

(2019,
issue x)

The Chief of the Defence Staff has officially announced the following changes to senior leadership following the recent decision by LGen Wynnyk to retire from the VCDS position.

Summer 2019
(2019,
issue 3)

Some of the recent leadership changes in industry and government include Seaspan, Airbus Helicopters, Lockheed Martin Canada, DND, New Zealand.

(2019,
issue 3)
BY SUNIL RAM

A look at the long journey of the Type 26 being chosen as Canada's new Surface Combatant design for the Royal Canadian Navy.

A FRONTLINE REPORT
(2019,
issue 2)

FrontLine has gathered the key industry leaders in the defence and national security sectors. These are the project primes and specialized subcontractors that provide Top Quality solutions for these critical sectors.

(2019,
issue 2)
BY ZACHARY MYERS

The 2011 update of the CBRN Strategy was changed into more of a domestic emergency plan than a comprehensive strategy, with the pillar of response emphasized over prevention.

(2019,
issue 2)
BY BRIAN BERUBE

The Government of Canada has been steadily implementing a new approach to the development and procurement of in-service support programs and contracts for military equipment and fleets. What does this mean for industry stakeholders?

A FRONTLINE REPORT
(2019,
issue 2)

Seniors are being tricked into smuggling drugs and other items for organized crime – and being charged. CBSA has been sounding the alarm on this increasing problem.

(2019,
issue 2)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Global interconnectivity and increasingly complex technologies seem to have seeded the relatively recent concept of Systems Thinking for problem solving. Telfer’s Complex Project Management course graduates learn to embrace complexity for ultimate success.

(2019,
issue 2)
BY ROSE McINERNEY

A fundraising effort for True Patriot Love exposes a group of intrepid women to the stark beauty and rugged challenges of trekking through Canada's Arctic vistas.

(2019,
issue 1)
BY DOUG SMITH

Search and Rescue (SAR) has always been an emotional topic because it deals with lives hanging in the balance. Is a contracted service in the best interests of the SAR mandate?