Ships Start Here

Nova Scotia. Built to build.

Nova Scotia’s response to the
Government of Canada’s National
Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.

Latest News

One Year Later

The first year since winning the right to negotiate the contracts to build Canada’s next fleet of combat ships has [...]

Thank you.

The Ships Start Here partnership is proud to announce that Irving Shipbuilding has been chosen by the National Shipbuilding Procurement [...]

The People of Georgetown are Ready to Work

It is with great pleasure that I extend my full support of the Atlantic bid for the National Shipbuilding Procurement [...]

La Chambre de commerce du Grand Caraquet supports Irving Shipbuilding’s bid for NSPS contract

The economic impacts of the contract would mean a lot to our region, more specifically to the New Brunswick Naval [...]

The NS Association of Community Business Development Corporations supports Irving Shipbuilding’s bid for NSPS contract

The positive economic impact of a successful bid for Nova Scotia, as well as the shared benefit for all of [...]

New Brunswick Naval Center supports Irving Shipbuilding’s bid for NSPS contract

The New Brunswick Naval Center’s Board of Directors has unanimously adopted a resolution expressing full support to Irving Shipbuilding’s bid [...]

Belledune Port Authority of New Brunswick supports Irving Shipbuilding’s bid for NSPS contract

The Belledune Port Authority agrees that this contract will help return the pride and long lasting shipbuilding history to our [...]

Province Invests in Next Generation of Shipbuilders

Nova Scotia is built to build ships and the province is investing in the next generation of shipbuilders. The province, [...]

Shipbuilding gets boost

The premier says a newly redesigned metal-fabrication program at Nova Scotia Community College will help bolster a workforce to meet [...]

N.S. invests in shipbuilder training

A baker’s dozen of employers and the Dexter government have contributed more than $400,000 in cash and equipment to double [...]