Although a relatively small industrial nation, Canada has a very well-developed gas turbine industry with both an original design and manufacturing capability and a large industrial user base. Research and teaching at Carleton University has focused on the needs of the Canadian industry over many years. The paper gives an overview of the propulsion content of the programs at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as offered to students in both Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. A short course presented regularly to designers and users of gas turbines is also briefly described.