BMI View: Canadian defence spending will be modest in 2016 but an improvement on the four consecutive
years of negative growth the country has experienced since 2012. However, amid the government's ongoing
fiscal consolidation program and budgetary limitations - not t ..."
The Canadian defense budget, which values US$15.0 billion in 2015, registered a CAGR of -8.58% between 2011 and 2015. In 2015 an Economic Action Plan (EAP) was formulated and it proposes to enhance the key industrial capabilities by investing C ..."
BMI View: Annual spending the military is slated to shrink in 2015 and 2016. However, the government
has announced proposal for a sustained annual budget growth of three percent beginning in 2017. This new
funding coupled with a backlog of well advance planned procure ..."
BMI View: Canadian defence spending has been steadily increasing as the country has sought to address
concerns over maritime sovereignty and the protection of natural resources. However, cost saving measures
are being considered and in some cases implemented so that t ..."
The Canadian military is in a period of transition that we believe will last for several years, as the
government winds down operations abroad and focuses more on domestic priorities. However, we expect
that Canada will retain its vocal role as a member of NATO, weigh ..."
The Canadian government has been one of the most outspoken G-7 members in its condemnation with
regards Russia's annexation of Crimea in March 2014. Indeed, as well as being one of the first countries to
impose financial sanctions and travel bans on various Russian of ..."
Since the end of the Cold War, Canada has remained one of the lowest spenders on defence in NATO in
contrast to its larger neighbour to the south. The start of the decade saw Canada spend around US$21.2bn
annually on defence. This increased to US$23.1bn the following ..."
BMI View: In terms of the country's strategic interests, the report discusses Canada's relationships with the
United States of America, Europe, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the wider world. The
country's defence posture is examined via a discussion of it ..."
This report is the result of SDI's extensive market and company research covering the Canadian defense industry, and provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast defense industry values including key growth stimulators, analysis of the lea ..."
In terms of the country's strategic interests, the report discusses Canada's relationships with the United
States of America, Europe, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the wider world. The country's
defence posture is examined via a discussion of its doctrine ..."