Babcock Canada is pleased to announce our attendance at this year’s DEFSEC Atlantic exhibition, taking place September 6-8 at the Cunard Centre in Halifax.Read more
What better way to invest into Canada’s next generation of maritime engineering and sciences students than to give them an opportunity to show their stuff on the international stage.
This is just what Babcock Canada is doing by sponsoring students from Montreal’s École de Technologie Supérieure at IMarEST’s third biennial European International Submarine Races (eISR 2016). From July 6th to the 15th in Gosport, England, they will compete against 11 other international teams of students each challenged to design, build and race human-powered submarines.
Babcock Canada Inc. announces the inaugural year of the STEM Spotlight Awards. This initiative is the first of its kind in Canada to honour the ideas of students entering the skilled trades profession, and aims to recognize the many benefits and career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related fields.Read more
Camosun’s School of Trades and Technology held their annual Student Awards on June 1 and 2. Babcock Canada is honoured to have been selected as the ‘Co-op Technology Employer of the Year’Read more
We are pleased to announce Darryl Hansen, Chief Engineer – Governance has been selected as the first recipient of the Paddy O’Donnell Mentorship Award.Read more
Increasingly, Canadian employers are facing a shortage of skilled workers. In fact, it’s likely your own family may have experienced this firsthand or at least heard of the looming skills shortage.Read more
Over the past few decades, Canada’s innovation ranking among our peer nations has been a concern for the Canadian government and business executives alike. Most of Canada’s efforts to rectify this dilemma have been targeted at the Information and Communications Technology sector.Read more
When a car needs maintenance, you take it to the garage. To which garage is an important decision not to be taken lightly as our car is something we rely on daily. Now instead of a car, what if this vehicle was the Navy’s most complex technology, routinely operating in the world’s most harsh environments with the protection of a large crew and the protection of a country dependent on its reliable performance?Read more