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Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan Photo Gallery

February 13, 2012
Vancouver, British Columbia

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Minister Yelich delivers on Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan

Minister Yelich launches Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan and makes a funding announcement in Esquimalt, as shipyard employees look on.

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Minister Yelich delivers on Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan

Minister Yelich opens the Western Canadian Shipbuilding Summit in traditional maritime fashion.

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Minister Yelich delivers on Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan

Minister Yelich joins partners in celebrating the opening of the Industrial Marine Training and Applied Research Centre (IMTARC).

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Minister Yelich delivers on Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan

Following a funding announcement at Camosun College, Minister Yelich (L) chats with Camosun’s Kathryn Laurin and Dr. Tom Roemer in front of a ship engine.

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Minister Yelich delivers on Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan

Minister Yelich delivers the keynote address at Western Canada's Shipbuilding Symposium.

Western Canada’s shipbuilding and marine industry is competitive, vibrant and growing. In February 2012, Minister Lynne Yelich launched Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan to support this growing industry and ensure its long-term competitiveness and sustainability. Link >>