Babcock Canada is committed to implementing the spirit and intent of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #92 (Business Reconciliation). Adopting the PAR certification program as an Indigenous Reconciliation Framework will ensure Babcock Canada’s relationships with Indigenous peoples, communities and businesses are based on mutual respect and meaningful benefits.
Babcock Canada recognizes the culture, heritage, and achievements of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples year-round, but June 21st, National Indigenous Peoples Day, is always special. On this day, the 26th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day, we celebrate the many achievements of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities and peoples in whose traditional territories and homelands we conduct our business in.
Babcock is delighted to be working with L3Harris Technologies, Thales, and CAE, to support the Canadian Industrial Leadership Award (CILA). CILA has previously invested nearly $1 million in awards, internships and company mentorships since its launch in 2019.
Babcock Canada is delighted to partner with InnovMarine Inc. to support the development of TwinViewTM, an application included within Babcock’s iSupport360™ digital asset management suite of tools. TwinViewTM will further enable iSupport360™ users to make more informed decisions and better manage their assets by allowing users to replace 2D drawings with smart 3D models, providing the ability to visualize an entire assembly process in 3D.
May 19, 2022 – Babcock Canada is delighted to announce it has partnered with Dalhousie University’s Additive Manufacturing Consortium that is dedicated to accelerating Canada’s accessibility to, and exploitation of, this disruptive technology for strategic national gain. As part of this partnership Babcock Canada will be providing funding and in-kind contributions for a period of five years.
Babcock Canada Inc. and Barnacle Systems Inc, based in Victoria, BC, have partnered to support Barnacle’s completion of a hardware product, BRNKL Black, an internet of things hub that collects, stores, and processes onboard data from engines, power systems, and other critical systems alongside video feeds.
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