Cuts at Navy dockyard could save $680K
31 short-term contracts with Royal Canadian Navy ending
More than two dozen contractors at the Navy dockyard in Halifax have been told their positions will not be renewed.
A spokesperson from CFB Halifax confirmed the cuts Tuesday.
No permanent employees are losing their jobs, but 31 short-term contracts are ending as soon as the end of the month.
The contracts were with the Royal Canadian Navy.
It’s expected the end of the contracts will save $680,000 a year.
The spokesperson said the cuts are regrettable, but they won’t hurt operations.
- None of the contracts were with the Canadian Coast Guard. An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that they were.Sep 12, 2013 6:32 AM AT