Defence and Security

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Today, the 30-person team is expanding, landing major deals as a prime contractor with several large defence organizations in Canada and the U.S.
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Both CAE and KF Aerospace are already training the RCAF, but now, SkyAlyne combines their considerable experience and capabilities for Canada’s next generation aircrew training program.
Growing Kanata-based company says it's ready for its coming-out party during this week's CANSEC defence and security trade show at the EY Centre as it chases military contracts around the world.
Ottawa-based Brash has been awarded almost $200,000 from the Department of National Defence to test and prototype a personnel tracking system on board naval vessels.
CEO took over company from founder and father Denis Gagnon in 2014 and led the firm to new heights, doubling its revenues and tripling its profits.
Company provides logistics support to various systems on CF-18s as part of a long-term contract with the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces.
In a career that spans nearly 20 years, Chris Pogue has held senior roles at firms such as MDA, General Dynamics Canada and CAE Canada.
Company grew from a fledgling startup with two trucks and 10 employees three years ago to a publicly traded firm with more than 600 employees and 120 vehicles.
Contract is for six years plus an option for six more.
Lachance previously held executive positions at Acumen Solutions Consulting, Rainmakers Consulting/Mindshare Consulting and Deloitte Consulting.