How to solve the

It has been seven years since the National Shipbuilding Strategy was launched. That means it has now gone on for longer than World War II,
but in stark contrast to 1939-1945 when Canada launched over a thousand ships, not a single ship has been delivered. The budget has spiraled out of control
from $33B to a staggering $77B and each program is years late. Meanwhile, the ships of the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Coast Guard
are having to be decommissioned without any replacements. How did it get so bad and what can be done to fix it? Click below to find out.