The Canadian Space Strategy
The Canadian Space Strategy was approved by the Canadian Space Agency on November 12, 2003. It replaces the Long Term Space Plans as the framework that guides the Canadian Space Agency in leading Canada's national Space Program.
Global Partnership Program
Through a Partner Program, funding is available to facilitate partnership between industry and former weapons scientists and institutes to solve research and development needs and problems or to jointly develop and commercialize innovative technologies based on their ideas and programs.
Industrial Technologies Office (ITO)
The Industrial Technologies Office manages the Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative (SADI). This initiative supports private sector industrial research and pre-competitive development (R&D) in Canada's aerospace, defence, security and space (A&D) industries through repayable project contributions.
Defence Research and Development Canada
The Defence Research and Development Canada is the national authority for providing Science and Technology (S & T) leadership in the advancement and maintenance of Canada's defence capabilities.
NRC Aerospace maintains five areas of expertise that are critical to the aerospace industry: aerodynamics; advanced aerospace manufacturing technologies; flight research; gas turbine engines; and, structures and materials performance.