Canadian Naval Review is a ‘not-for-profit’ publication depending for funding upon its subscription base, the generosity of a small number of corporate sponsors, and support from the Department of National Defence and the Mulroney Institute at St. Francis Xavier University. Without that support, Canadian Naval Review would not be able to maintain its content diversity and its high quality.

The organizations below are proudly presented as generous supporters of Canadian Naval Review. Their help allows Canadian Naval Review to pursue its extensive outreach and education mandate established to further public awareness of maritime security and oceans issues in Canada.

If you or your organization are interested in supporting Canadian Naval Review through corporate sponsorships or bulk institutional subscriptions, please contact us.

CNR sponsors (2023)

  • Babcock Canada
    • Support where it's critical: Babcock provides vital services and technology and support solutions for assets of national importance in the defence, emergency services, and civil nuclear domains.
  • Bluedrop Training & Simulation
    • Courseware Design / Software & Simulation; Delivery & In-Service Support; Training Needs Analysis; Courseware & Technical Documentation.
  • Canada’s Naval Memorial Trust - HMCS Sackville
    • The CNMT is a charitable, non-profit organization committed to preserving HMCS Sackville in perpetuity for the benefit of all.
  • Lockheed Martin Canada
    • The unmatched capabilities we bring to programs like the Canadian Surface Combatant, CH-148 Cyclone Maritime Helicopter, CC-130J sustainment, and the global F-35 supply chain are redefining Canada’s national security while increasing interoperability with NORAD and NATO allies.
  • MDA
    • Serving the world from our Canadian home and our global offices, MDA is an international space mission partner and a robotics, satellite systems and geointelligence pioneer with a 50-year story of firsts on and above the Earth.
  • Naval Association of Canada
    • The Core NAC Mission – Educating Canadians on the need for a capable Navy critical for our economic well-being, security and way of life.
  • Saab Technologies Canada
    • Canada has been a home for Saab for over three decades, with our products in service across the Army, Navy and Air Force, along with the security and commercial aviation sectors.
  • The Royal Canadian Navy
    • The mission of the Royal Canadian Navy is to generate combat-capable, multipurpose maritime forces that support Canada’s efforts to participate in security operations anywhere in the world, as part of an integrated Canadian Armed Forces.
  • The Navy League of Canada
    • The Navy League of Canada is a non-profit volunteer lead organization that supports youth education and leadership programs as well as promotes the maritime interests of Canada.