Canada Purchases Specialised Vehicles

31 August 2007 (Last Updated August 31st, 2007 06:19)

Canada is to buy 16 specialised vehicles designed to detect, dig up and neutralise roadside bombs. The vehicles, bought from the US Army, will cost C$30m dollars, CBC News reports. Deliveries of the six Husky, five Buffalo and five Cougar vehicles are expected to begin in Octo

Canada is to buy 16 specialised vehicles designed to detect, dig up and neutralise roadside bombs.

The vehicles, bought from the US Army, will cost C$30m dollars, CBC News reports.

Deliveries of the six Husky, five Buffalo and five Cougar vehicles are expected to begin in October.