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DEW heater, transported in DEW trailer aid in relief of natural disaster (ice storm, 24 Jan 17) in NB.

MISCOU, NB – Miscou Island residents Geraldine Ward and her sister Lina Ward watch as members of 4th Artillery Regiment (General Support) prepare to blow hot air into their house using a portable heater to warm their house up after 9 days without electricity on February 2, 2017.

New Mobile Workspaces for the Canadian Armed Forces

New mobile workspaces for the Canadian Armed Forces

Ottawa – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

Premier Announces 98 New Jobs at DEW Facility in Miramichi

MIRAMICHI (GNB) – A total of 98 new jobs will be created at DEW Engineering and Development ULC in Miramichi, announced Premier Brian Gallant and company officials today.

Canadian Forces Test Diesel Snowmobile During Arctic Operation - CBC News

The future of Canada's Arctic military is on display this month in Nunavut, as Canadian Forces get their hands on prototype equipment — including a snowmobile that runs on diesel fuel.

Ford Police Interceptors Become First Pursuit-Rated Police Vehicle to Offer Ballistic Protection

Ford announced today it will offer ballistic panels on their Police Interceptor sedan and utility with protection from armor-piercing rifle ammunition.

DEW Awarded Contract to Supply Militarized Diesel Snowmobiles

DEW Engineering & Development ULC of Ottawa, Canada has been awarded a contract by the Department of National Defence for twenty Militarized Diesel Snowmobiles with an option to purchase up to an additional twenty.

DEW to supply CBRN Decontaminating Systems to Canadian Armed Forces

DEW Engineering & Development ULC of Ottawa, Canada has been awarded contracts totaling C$21.3 Million by the Department of National Defence for the design and delivery of six vehicle and personnel decontamination systems following an internationally competitive tender.

Miramichi Facility Achieves ISO 14001 Environmental Certification

DEW Engineering’s Miramichi, New Brunswick facility today officially announced the certification of their Environmental Management System (EMS) to ISO 14001.

Oshkosh Defense Canada Delivers MSVS SMP Bid with Next-Generation Capabilities

OTTAWA, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 8, 2014-- The Canadian Government is taking important steps in modernizing its logistics vehicle fleet by advancing the Standard Military Pattern (SMP) component of the Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) project.

Canadian Armed Forces to Receive Mobile Workspaces Under the MSVS Project

OTTAWA, Ontario, December 13, 2013 – The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Public Worksand Government Services, and the Honourable Rob Nicholson, P.C., Q.C., Minister of National Defence, today announced a contract award to DEW Engineering and Development ULC, of Ottawa, for m

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Rolling into Action: Canadian Army to take delivery of new SMP Trucks - espritdecorps Canadian Military Magazine

December 15, 2017

By David Pugliese

The Canadian Armed Forces will start receiving the first of its new standard military pattern (SMP) trucks by the end of this year.

DEW heater, transported in DEW trailer aid in relief of natural disaster (ice storm, 24 Jan 17) in NB.

MISCOU, NB – Miscou Island residents Geraldine Ward and her sister Lina Ward watch as members of 4th Artillery Regiment (General Support) prepare to blow hot air into their house using a portable heater to warm their house up after 9 days without electricity on February 2, 2017.

New Mobile Workspaces for the Canadian Armed Forces

New mobile workspaces for the Canadian Armed Forces

Ottawa – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

Premier Announces 98 New Jobs at DEW Facility in Miramichi

MIRAMICHI (GNB) – A total of 98 new jobs will be created at DEW Engineering and Development ULC in Miramichi, announced Premier Brian Gallant and company officials today.

Canadian Forces Test Diesel Snowmobile During Arctic Operation - CBC News

The future of Canada's Arctic military is on display this month in Nunavut, as Canadian Forces get their hands on prototype equipment — including a snowmobile that runs on diesel fuel.

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