A Trusted Leader in Providing Engineering Support Solutions
With a support network spanning over 125 years and six continents, Babcock Canada is a recognized leader in the delivery of exceptional engineering support solutions. Our Canadian experts design, build, manage, operate and maintain assets vital to the delivery of a wide assortment of mission critical services.
As a key member of the Babcock International family, Babcock Canada has the collective knowledge of more than 35,000 skilled workers world-wide.
Naval ISS Specialists
Babcock Canada possesses the engineering expertise that our clients require. They expect, and we deliver, exceptional naval in-service support solutions.
Babcock has been providing aviation excellence for over 100 years. With aviation operations spanning the civil and defence sectors, we deliver lifesaving aerial emergency services and and provide end-to-end aviation support for armies, navies and air forces
Babcock Canada’s ability to draw on over 125 years of global experience allows us to readily share global best practices with our Canadian workforce.
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Babcock Canada awarded ‘Co-op Employer of the Year’ by the University of Victoria
Babcock Canada is proud to have been selected as the University of Victoria’s 2018 Co-op Employer of the year for the 50+ employee category. Read more
Babcock partners with WiDS to promote women in the defence industry
Babcock is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Women in Defence & Security (WIDS) to support the association’s 2019 Memorial Scholarship. Read more
Babcock partners with university in Montreal to support engineering students
Babcock is pleased to announce that it has renewed its partnership with one of Canada’s leading engineering universities, l’École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS), for a third consecutive year. Through this partnership, Babcock will be supporting the school’s development fund and its student led human powered submarine racing team – OMER. Read more