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Feds invest in infrastructure for Canadian Coast Guard

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Feds invest in infrastructure for Canadian Coast Guard

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The Government of Canada is investing in a new Integrated Services Centre and helicopter hangar for the Canadian Coast Guard in Saint John, N.B.

The new Integrated Services Centre, which has an office space of 372 square metres, special purpose space of 1,615 square metres and an exterior operational space of 4,300 square metres for storage and maintenance, provides a renewed Coast Guard presence in Saint John in the fields of communications and navigation equipment.

The new facility will also provide storage space for environmental response equipment in case of marine pollution. The 15-year lease for the new centre is valued at just over $6 million.

The new Coast Guard helicopter hangar includes office space of 84 square metres, hangar and workshop area of 391 square metres and a landing apron of 1,024 square metres. It will house one of 15 new Bell 429 light-lift helicopters purchased and deployed under the Coast Guard’s Fleet Renewal Plan. The 15-year lease for the new hangar is valued at $2.9 million.

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