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Two-decade, $2.4B aircraft deal likely to bring 100 jobs here

LARS HAGBERG / THE CANADIAN PRESS</p><p>LCol. Leighton Jackson, commanding officer fo Squadron 424, speaks with Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan. Below: Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, left, and Public Procurement Minister Judy Foote speaks with CEO of Airbus , Alberto Fernandez after announcing that the federal government of Canada will spend $2.3 billion to replace the military’s ancient search-and-rescue planes with 16 new aircraft from European aerospace giant Airbus that at CFB Trenton.</p>

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LCol. Leighton Jackson, commanding officer fo Squadron 424, speaks with Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan. Below: Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, left, and Public Procurement Minister Judy Foote speaks with CEO of Airbus , Alberto Fernandez after announcing that the federal government of Canada will spend $2.3 billion to replace the military’s ancient search-and-rescue planes with 16 new aircraft from European aerospace giant Airbus that at CFB Trenton.

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