Raytheon Canada, Others Partner With Boeing to Create 250,000 Jobs In Canada Written 29 October 2020


A Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) CF-18 Hornet, 4-Wing, takes off from Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. | Credit: SMSGT John P. Rohrer, USAF; Wikimedia Commons; Public Domain

Business Insider reports that on Wednesday, The Boeing Company announced five agreements with aerospace partners to create 250,000 jobs in Canada. Based on “new data and projections from economists at Ottawa-based Doyletech Corp., the total economic benefits to Canada and its workforce for the acquisition of the F/A-18 Block III Super Hornet will last for at least 40 years and benefit all regions thanks to billions of dollars in economic growth.” The five partners are Raytheon Canada, GE Canada Aviation, CAE, L3Harris Technologies, and Peraton Canada.
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