Defence R&D Canada changes lab names

Guest Contributor
March 18, 2002

Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) is changing the names of its five laboratories as part of a two-year evolution to adopt a “new corporate image”. The labs of will now be called Defence R&D Canada - Ottawa (formerly Defence Research Establishment Ottawa); Defence R&D Canada - Suffield (formerly Defence Research Establishment Suffield), Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier (formerly Defence Research Establishment Valcartier), Defence R&D Canada - Atlantic (formerly Defence Research Establishment Atlantic) and Defence R&D Canada - Toronto (formerly Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine). DRDC is the R&D branch of the Department of National Defence....

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