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Through the ecosystem, we will be able to conduct research, accelerate the commercialization of products and create highly specialized jobs

June 16, 2019 – Ottawa, Ontario

Multinationals invest in Canada’s world-leading aerospace and space industries because they are internationally recognized, export-oriented and innovation-driven. The success of these industries is the result of the talent of a highly skilled workforce and the Government of Canada’s commitment to continue to increase their competitiveness.

Recognizing the importance of close collaboration between the various players in the field for the development of tomorrow’s technologies, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Honorable Navdeep Bains, announced an investment that could reach $ 49 million in the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada under the Strategic Innovation Fund – National Ecosystems. The goal is to bring together the best researchers, companies and resources in the aerospace industry to create a national innovation ecosystem in this field. This ecosystem will provide solutions to the technological challenges facing the industry, accelerate the commercialization of new and improved products, and create more highly skilled jobs for Canadians.

This announcement was made during Minister Bains’ visit to the 2019 Paris-Le Bourget International Air and Space Show, where he leads a delegation of 420 representatives from more than 140 Canadian aerospace companies. Several major companies will be attending the show, including Airbus Canada Limited Partnership, Bell, Bombardier, CAE, Esterline, Héroux-Devtek, IMP Aerospace, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Canada Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Safran Landing Systems and Viking Air (English).

To promote Canada as a destination for multinational companies, Minister Bains met with national and foreign aerospace and space industry leaders. During these interviews, he highlighted the government’s commitment to these industries in the Innovation and Skills Plan, a multi-year strategy to create high-paying jobs for the middle class.


“The Government is working closely with our world-class businesses, including small and medium-sized businesses, to strengthen Canada’s enviable position as a world leader in aerospace and automotive innovation.” ‘space. Thanks to the collaboration of Canada’s best and most innovative companies to make breakthroughs in aerospace, there will be more quality jobs for Canadians who want to work on the development of aerospace technologies. – The Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Honorable Navdeep Bains

Quick facts

The funding announced today for the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada comes from Component 5 of the Strategic Innovation Fund. This component is intended to support large-scale initiatives that will create high-impact collaboration for the benefit of Canadians and Canadian innovation ecosystems.

In 2018, the aerospace industry contributed more than $ 25 billion to gross domestic product, and provided employment to about 213,000 people in the Canadian economy.

Canada ranks first in the world in the production of civil flight simulators, turboprop engines and helicopter engines. Canada is the only country among the top five countries for all subsectors of civil flight simulators, engines and aircraft.

Canadian aerospace manufacturing companies use nearly 50% more advanced technologies and twice as many key emerging technologies than the average manufacturing sector.

On March 6, 2019, the Government of Canada released Exploration, Imagination, Innovation: A New Space Strategy for Canada, its National Space Strategy that focuses on the strategic value of space and space exploration for Canada. Canada.

As the first country to commit to the NASA-led lunar Gateway, Canada is investing heavily to develop low-orbit communications satellite technology to connect Canadians with wherever they live in the country.

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