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Vancouver council votes to review relationships with SNC-Lavalin, Bombardier

Vancouver city council has voted to have the city review its relationship with Canadian engineering giants SNC-Lavalin and Bombardier.

The motion comes in the wake of the ongoing scandal in Ottawa, in which the Prime Minister’s Office is accused of inappropriately pressuring former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to intervene on behalf of SNC-Lavalin in an ongoing corruption prosecution. 235 more words


Bombardier bosses agree union demand to end compulsory redundancies in face of industrial action ballot

Company confirm that they will suspend all compulsory redundancies and those workers affected in the most recent round will be offered their jobs back.

Talks between unions and management on securing work and growth for Northern Ireland sites will now commence. 260 more words

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Bombardier celebrates the donation of a CRJ200 to Centennial College

In parallel to the opening of Centennial College Downsview Campus Centre for Aerospace and Aviation, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today the donation of a CRJ200 aircraft to the Centennial College Aviation Program at its new campus based in Downsview, to be used in the education and training of the future generation of aerospace professionals. 304 more words


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This 88-seater plane from Japan's Mitsubishi is taking on Boeing and Airbus

With few seats and smaller fuselages, regional jets are a different class of aircraft from larger narrow-body planes such as Boeing’s 737 or Airbus’s A320. 410 more words


Waterloo travelers beware: ION trains about to pick up steam

In a sign that they appear to be on the right track, the Region of Waterloo says that the ION trains are speeding up.

In a release, the region announced Tuesday that we could see the trains begin to travel this week at speeds of up to 70 km/h with potential speeds of up to 50 km/h through intersections. 116 more words