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Bombardier announce 490 redundancies among NI workforce with further job-losses likely as a result of outsourcing, reduction of agency and contract workers

Latest redundancy bombshell comes despite mounting profits as corporate bosses restructure to meet financial market demands 

Global trade union response needed to challenge corporate race-to-bottom agenda of offshoring, outsourcing and retrenchment… 328 more words

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Quebec economy minister under investigation for possible conflict of interest with Bombardier

Quebec’s ethics commissioner has opened an investigation into a possible conflict of interest involving the province’s economy minister and Bombardier.

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Bombardier CEO holds off on a cash request from Quebec

The head of Bombardier Inc. said he held off on asking Quebec’s economy minister for cash at a meeting Friday, but told him the regional jet program is nonetheless in need of “additional support.” 692 more words


Bombardier executive stock plan under the microscope by Quebec's securities regulator

Quebec’s financial market regulator is reviewing Bombardier Inc.’s executive compensation plan, calling on the plane-and-train maker to suspend all related trades just hours after Quebec’s premier expressed lukewarm hopes about the future of the beleaguered company’s commercial aerospace operations. 591 more words


Bombardier CEO ends silence on layoffs, defends the move

The head of Bombardier Inc. is defending his move to lay off 5,000 workers — 3,000 of them in Canada — citing efficiency while leaving the door open to more job cuts down the line. 398 more words


New order for Bombardier Alstom Metro cars in Montreal won't prevent job cuts

A $448-million order by Montreal’s transport agency for more Azur metro cars from a Bombardier-Alstom consortium won’t save at least 100 Bombardier Inc. workers from layoffs. 528 more words


Bombardier defends CEO's absence from special meeting following layoffs

Bombardier is defending its chief executive, Alain Bellemare, who stood out in his absence from a special meeting to take stock of the 2,500 jobs in Quebec that the company plans to cut. 187 more words