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Lockheed Martin Corporation has been a valued partner in Canada with a business presence first established in 1937.  Today, more than 500 professionals work in locations across the country in support of all branches of the Canadian Forces.

Lockheed Martin Canada is the prime contractor for the modernization of the combat systems on-board the HALIFAX Class frigates.  Awarded in 2008, the company is today working in partnership with the navy and shipyards on both west and east coasts to replace major critical sensors, command and control systems, modernize the operations room and deliver a suite of related simulation/training systems.

Additionally, Lockheed Martin Canada is a key provider of Information Management/Information Technology (IM/IT) systems for both military and civil government departments including the Canadian Forces Health Information System, the Canadian Forces Command System, Air Force Command Information System and, the Defence Information Services Broker (DISB). 

The company delivered mission critical software to Statistics Canada for the past two Censuses that allowed the country to be the first in the world to conduct an on-line census.

Lockheed Martin Canada has a rich history in providing electronic products and systems to all branches of the Forces.  In-Service Support is a critical element of the company’s business and it currently supports various elements of Canada’s fleet of CP-140, CF-18 and CC-130J aircraft as well as coastal radar systems located on Vancouver Island and Newfoundland.

Taking into account our historic relationships with the Canadian forces and future plans and commitments, Lockheed Martin will have over a century of commitment to Canada and the development of a North American defense industrial base.  Beyond our defence partnerships, Lockheed Martin Corporation stands ready to continue and grow our support to Canada's Census, health care management, information technology, as well as infrastructure and border security to ensure the safe, secure and efficient transit of people, goods and services between Canada and the US.  To this end, Lockheed Martin Corporation has been an active participant supporting improvements to security and prosperity through the North American Competitiveness Council.

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