This allows favorable queue and partaking in the actual building of the platform so it contributes to a nation's economy (even a little).
I also know a platform faces many difficult technological hurdles before the end product reaches the user. The F-16 wasn't nicknamed the "Lawn Dart" without reasons. It just goes to reason that a platform of this scale will have many teething problems. And anybody even remotely involved with procurement of platforms should know this.
Trudeau's government decided to pull out for political reasons and the "technical" issues were just an excuse for them to achieve their goal.
Now the end product is basically here so I see no reason for them to receive any sort of favorable queues or considerable contracts (are some parts still going to be built in Canada? I don't know).
At least not to the length they were before.
Ergo, my statement.