Established in 2011, Emish is a limited partnership between Amauligak Services & Construction Ltd and Black & McDonald. Emish is an Inuit company registered with the Nunatsiavut Government that provides prime contracting and multi-trade projects in the Labrador region.
Formed in 2019, Kipnik Inc. is a joint venture between Canadian Base Operators (CBO) and Kipnik Wildlife Services. It is an Inuvialuit-owned company providing customized support services, maintenance and operations, airport services, and wildlife security solutions throughout the Canadian Arctic. Kipnik has a strong track record of providing personnel for projects throughout the North and is committed to operating with the mandate of developing long-term socioeconomic benefits for Indigenous peoples, businesses and communities. Kipnik is committed to the highest safety and quality standards, leveraging our innovative skilled service solutions and expertise to meet and exceed customer expectations.
We are pleased to announce that CBO and North Baffin Co-operatives have come together to form a new joint venture, Baffin Base Operators (BBO). BBO is listed on the Inuit Firm Registry and will pursue the provision of goods, Facility Management (FM) and site services opportunities in Baffin Region, which is located in the Nunavut Settlement Area. This new partnership is pursuing the North Warning System (NWS) contract as a subcontractor to Raytheon Canada to provide site operation and maintenance services at the 47 NWS radar sites across the Canadian Arctic.
We are excited to announce that Canadian Base Operators (CBO) has partnered with Kalluk Corp, an Inuit-owned company which provides a wide range of maintenance services to the Cambridge Bay region. CBO and Kalluk Corp have formed Kalluk Base Operators (KBO), a joint venture. KBO was formed to provide a business connection between CBO, Inuit-owned companies and the people of the Kitikmeot region.
Canadian Base Operators (CBO), as a first-tier subcontractor to Raytheon Canada, has worked on the North Warning System (NWS) operation and maintenance services contract for the past eight years. The NWS has 47 radar sites across the Canadian Arctic, all of which have their own geographical and logistical complexities.
Canadian Base Operators (CBO) is a hidden gem for career opportunities; an untapped resource with positions and job sites all across Canada. In addition to local positions there are many opportunities to travel and see parts of the world that you may never get the opportunity to see.
Affiliated with Canadian Base Operators (CBO), Kipnik has been awarded a two year contract for Northwest Territories Power Corporation’s (NTPC) Snare Hydro Camp Services. Kipnik is an Inuvialuit-owned company that provides customized facilities maintenance and operations, support services, airport services and wildlife security solutions throughout the Canadian Arctic. As a northern supplier and business on the Inuvialuit Business List (IBL), Kipnik has a strong track record of providing staff projects throughout the North. Kipnik is committed to operating with the mandate of developing long-term socio-economic benefits for Indigenous Peoples, businesses and communities.
During Canadian Base Operator’s (CBO) 2018 Strategic Planning it was decided to increase focus on Human Performance – Health, Safety, Environment and Quality. CBO renewed its commitment to reducing human error by focussing on its core values, which are principally to establish and promote a culture wherein HSE and quality are top priority. Since that time, the CBO team has collectively gone on an incredibly successful journey, with improved performance in 2019 and an outstanding accomplishment in 2020.
SkyAlyne, a partnership between Canadian aviation and defence companies CAE and KF Aerospace, has officially unveiled its full team of strategic subcontractors. SkyAlyne is a qualified bidder for the Royal Canadian Air Force’s (RCAF) Future Aircrew Training and Support (FAcT) program. Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) is a new program that will deliver ab initio training for military aircrew under an integrated solution consisting of the Department of National Defence (DND) and contractor-supplied training. The program aims to develop a relevant, flexible, responsive and effective aircrew training program for Pilots, Air Combat Systems Officers (ACSOs) and Airborne Electronic Sensor Operators (AES Ops) to meet future requirements of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).
July 8, 2020 – ATCO Frontec (ATCO) and Canadian Base Operators (CBO) have partnered to form Canadian Frontier Services Ltd., a new company designed to bring specialized facilities management, operational support services and airport operations together under one banner. This new partnership is pursuing the site support services contract at 5 Wing Goose Bay to manage and maintain the Canadian Forces Base for the next ten years.