- 2 * General Electric electric motors
- 1 * Rolls-Royce MT30 gas turbine
- 4 * Rolls-Royce MTU Type 20V 4000 M53B high-speed diesel generators
- L3Harris Integrated Platform Management System
- Command and control
- Lockheed Martin Canada CMS 330 Combat System with AEGIS Fire Control Loop
- USN Cooperative Engagement Capability (sensor netting)
- Integrated Cyber Defence System
- OSI Maritime Systems Integrated Bridge and Navigation System
- L3Harris Internal and External Communication Suite
- Surveillance & weapon sensors
- Lockheed Martin Canada AN/SPY-7(V)1 Solid State 3D AESA radar
- MDA Solid State AESA Target Illuminator
- X & S Band navigation radars
- L3Harris WESCAM Electro-optical and infrared systems
- Underwater warfare systems
- Towed sonar: Ultra Electronics TFLAS (variable depth)
- Hull-mounted sonar: Ultra Electronics Sonar S2150-C
- Lockheed Martin Canada RAVEN electronic countermeasures suite
- Ultra Electronics SEA SENTOR S21700 towed torpedo countermeasures
- General Dynamics Sonobuoy Processing System
- Expendable Acoustic Countermeasures
- 2 * quad box launchers:
- 8 * Naval Strike Missile
- 2 * 3-cell ExLS:
- 24 * Sea Ceptor (CAMM) CIADS, quad-packed
- 1 * 24-cell Mk 41 VLS:
- RIM-162 ESSM Block II
- RIM-66 SM-2 Block IIIC
- BGM-109 Tomahawk
- 2 * twin 324 mm (13 in) torpedo tubes (auto-loaded):
- Mk 54 MAKO torpedo
- 1 * OTO 127 mm (5 in)/64 LW Vulcano naval gun
- 2 * 30 mm (1.2 in) autocannons
- 6 * 12.7 mm (0.50 in) M2 machine guns
- 1 * CH-148 Cyclone armed with:
- 2 * Mk 54 MAKO Torpedo
- 1 * C6 FLEX 7.62 mm (0.300 in) GPMG
The Canadian Surface Combatant, formerly the Single Class Surface Combatant Project is the name given to the procurement project that will replace the Iroquois and Halifax-class warships with up to 15 new ships beginning in the mid to late 2020s as part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.
The replacement vessels will be somewhat larger than the existing Halifax class, and presumably provide a wide-area air defence capability, anti-submarine warfare capability, as well as anti-shipping capability.
In October 2018, the group led by BAE Systems and Lockheed Martin Canada and offering the Type 26, were selected as the preferred design.
In February 2019, the design and design team for Canada's future surface combatant had determined and the corresponding contracts were awarded.
Given the need to fully develop the Canadian design, tool up the shipyard and first complete the preceding eight-vessel Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship project, the currently envisaged start date for construction is in 2024 with the first vessel probably not entering service until the early 2030s.
The last ship is expected to have been delivered, commissioned and upgraded to have complete operational capability by the late 2040s.