Our Progress

August 2017

Celebrating shipbuilding in Nova Scotia

July 2017

Moving two-thirds of a future Canadian Navy ship at Halifax Shipyard

June 2017

May 2017

Keel-laying ceremony for HMCS Margaret Brooke marks a shipbuilding milestone

February 2017

Facility Modernization and AOPS Progress 2013-2016

September 2016

AOPS Construction Timelapse January–September 2016

August 2016

Legacy of Royal Canadian Navy veteran was honoured as steel cutting for the second Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS), the future HMCS Margaret Brooke, commenced.

Steel Cutting commences on the future HMCS Margaret Brooke

July 2016

The second two of four main propulsion diesel engines and generators are installed on HMCS Harry DeWolf at Halifax Shipyard

June 2016

Unit 142, the base of the second megablock of the first AOPS vessel, is turned at Halifax Shipyard

Units 746 and 726 are stacked and prepared for installation on HMCS Harry DeWolf at Halifax Shipyard

A coin is laid on the keel of the HMCS Harry DeWolf. A proud Naval tradition said to bring luck to the ship

The first two of four main propulsion diesel engines and generators are installed on HMCS Harry DeWolf at Halifax Shipyard

Unit 746 is turned at Halifax Shipyard to prepare for installation

Unit 147, the third keel unit of the HMCS Harry DeWolf, is moved into place at our #Halifax Shipyard

May 2016

Unit 147, the third unit of the HMCS Harry DeWolf is moved into the paint booth at Halifax Shipyard

Units 145 and 146, the first two units of the HMCS Harry DeWolf, are officially joined together at Halifax Shipyard

Unit 145, the second keel unit of the HMCS Harry DeWolf is moved into place at Halifax Shipyard

The first of four main propulsion diesel engines and generators for the HMCS Harry DeWolf arrive at Halifax Shipyard

April 2016

The fin stabilizers are installed onto the HMCS Harry DeWolf, the first Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship under construction at Halifax Shipyard

Understanding Sea Level Rise and Coastal Erosion

Exploring the Environmental Impact of Offshore Marine Industries

Unit 145, the second keel unit of the HMCS Harry DeWolf, is moved into the Paint Booth at Halifax Shipyard

March 2016

Unit 146, the first keel unit of the HMCS Harry DeWolf, is moved into place at Halifax Shipyard

February 2016

January 2016

Cross Canada Impact

How Big Is It?

December 2015

A Growing Team