Trudeau government moves heavy-icebreaker job out of Vancouver

The federal government has decided to move construction of Canada's new heavy icebreaker out of Vancouver's Seaspan Shipyards, fuelling speculation construction of Canada's polar icebreaker will be moved to Quebec's Davie shipyard.

Public Services and Procurement Canada said construction of a "large, one-off polar icebreaker compounded" challenges at Seaspan, which is building non-combat vessels under the national shipbuilding strategy.

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