Table 3:

Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Investments (2003-2008)
in Prime Contractors for 3 Major US Weapons systems
used by Israel in Lebanon (2006) and Gaza (2008-2009)
Weapons System Prime Contractor CPP Investments
(in millions of Canadian dollars)
Canadian Association
of Defence
and Security Industries

(current member)
Exhibitor at CANSEC 2008
in Ottawa
(Canada's largest military industry trade show is organized
2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003
AH-64 "Apache"  The
$64 $62 $71 $9 $10.5 $8.4 yes
(Boeing Aerospace)
(Boeing Aerospace)
F-16 "Fighting Falcon" Lockheed Martin $35 $37 $27 $5.5 $3.3 $5.5 yes
Martin Canada)
(Lockheed Martin)
  $99 $99 $98 $14.5 $13.8 $13.9  



CPP Investments
Foreign Equity Holdings, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board,
Sept. 30, 2003, Sept.15, 2004, March 31, 2005, March 31, 2006, March 31, 2007, March 31, 2008

(Note: Data for years 2003-2005 are rounded to the closest decimal point.)

CADSI Membership
This is based on data from the "
CADSI Member Profiles Database" (accessed in early February, 2009).

Past CADSI membership is based on archived listings in the CADSI Member Profiles Database (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009), as well as membership listings for CADSI's predecessor organisation, the "Canadian Defence Industries Association" (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003).

CANSEC 2008 Exhibitors
List of Exhibitors at CANSEC 2008 in Ottawa


This web page is part of an online report called:
Canadian Military Exports to Israel: Aiding and Abetting War Crimes in Gaza (2008-2009).


The report includes 10 detailed tables filled with data detailing about 200 Canadian military companies that have direct or indirect export links to Israel. 


Prepared by the Ottawa-based Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT) -- this report is part of a campaign to expose and oppose CANSEC 2009, Canada's largest military industry trade show. CANSEC 2009 will be hosted by the City of Ottawa at Lansdowne Park, May 27-28, 2009. Please join us in exposing and opposing CANSEC!  Click here to read more about our CAMPAIGN.


Here is an article that ties together the issues in this report and the campaign against CANSEC:
Canadian Military Exports, War Crimes in Gaza and Ottawa's Arms Bazaar