CADSI membership is comprised of more than 800 Canadian defence and security companies from across Canada that produce world-class goods, services and technologies made across Canada and sought the world over.
The Canadian Defence and Security Capabilities Database is a searchable collection that showcases the Canadian depth and breadth of defence, maritime, aerospace, security and space capabilities.
The database is the government’s primary tool to search for defence and security capabilities. It is an effective and efficient way for defence attachés, Canadian trade commissioners, business development officers from the Canadian Commercial Corporation, and Industrial and Regional Benefits/Industrial and Technological Benefits managers from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada to find Canadian suppliers of defence and security capabilities. It’s also popular with the industrial customer base and potential industrial partners.
The database is the perfect tool to ensure companies are known to key domestic and international government and industry influencers and decision makers. We encourage all CADSI members to participate in the database.
CADSI members and associates share the common ethical principles set out in the CADSI Code of Ethics. CADSI members and associates should adhere to the highest ethical standards and seek to place Canada’s defence and securities industries at the forefront of business ethics in Canada. At a minimum, CADSI members must adhere to applicable laws and regulations governing the conduct of their business. Moreover, entrusted to our care are the lives of armed forces personnel, including the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), who bear the ultimate risk for Canada to provide security to their fellow citizens.