I really don't think there's a market for it here. Canada is not really a military country (compared to others) and I imagine any startup that was serious about their company would simply start in the states and not even bother with Canada, nevermind Waterloo.
would you want to let your enemies know where they should attack? They could hire from Waterloo though.
I'm in pure math, but ... Let's fucking do this.
Go to 400 Phillip street guys. An addition to the MODs note:"Raytheon Canada Limited (RCL) is a Canadian leader in high technology solutions, engineering services, surveillance and navigation systems, Air Traffic Control radars and systems, Highway Traffic Management, Maritime Surveillance and Optics by Elcan. As a Mission Systems Integrator, we create, design and build complex systems that deliver proven results for the Canadian defence, security, aerospace and commercial sectors."
Uhh, in addition to the Raytheon comments, people should also maybe look up Colt Canada (yes, THAT Colt company) - it's based in Kitchener.
As well, General Dynamics Land Systems in London. Though not in KW, it's still close enough.
There also use to be a plant in Elmira (the Uniroyal Plant) that produced Agent Orange for the Vietnam war. Not exactly KW, but still Waterloo Region.
@7 - shh they are not suppose to remember that. Nor should they remember the major spill that occurred (of Agent Orange).
Canada's really not big on the whole military industrial complex thing.
Babcock Wilcox in Cambridge.
I can do any of the tracking systems, all my courses are GIS or CS related
@5: Colt Canada is owned by the American Colt gun company. It used to be its own company called Diemaco until the early millennium, IIRC. Really, it's just a Canadian source for Colt M16s and M4s (called C7s and C8, respectively) and FNH Minimis/M249s (C9) for the CF, all produced under license from Colt.