AETE to join testing "centre of excellence" in Ottawa

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January 11, 2019


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AETE to join testing "centre of excellence" in Ottawa

In addition to helping attract and retain talent, the return to Ottawa will also allow the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment to capitalize on the city's existing testing resources.

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