The Defence Production Act provides the Government of Canada with far-reaching powers and rights in respect of a defence contract or subcontract, including:
Also pursuant to the Defence Production Act, a contractor who has entered into a defence contract or subcontract must keep detailed accounts and records of the cost of carrying out the contract and retain those accounts and records until the expiration of six years after the end of the calendar year in which the contract is terminated or completed.
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