Canada has decided to continue modernizing its light armored vehicles. Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan announced on February 10th that it will invest US $ 309 million for the modernization of an additional 141 light armored vehicles. Modernization will improve the mobility of vehicles, protection and information management systems will be renewed. The delivery is expected to start in 2019 and complete in 2035 with the additional modernization project. With the LAV III upgrade project (LAVUP), General Dynamics Land Systems Canada (GDLS-C), which has already completed the modernization of 409 vehicles, will undertake relevant modernization work. The total cost of the upgrade program is expected to exceed US $ 1.15 billion. With the modernization program, 550 of the 651 light armored vehicles in the Canadian Army's inventory will be renewed.