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Bombardier says Boeing's complaint against it is "misguided."
Chrystia Freeland hints the government may revisit its purchase of military jets from Boeing.
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Boeing says Bombardier has been dumping planes in the U.S. below cost.
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The government sent a letter to the U.S. government today outlining exactly what it needs in the warplanes.
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The Super Hornet is by far the best alternative for Canada and will keep the RCAF operational for the next 25 years -- a critical timeline for future drone warfare. By then, Boeing and Lockheed Martin will most likely have some workable unmanned fighter drones; a great option for Canada to keep constant surveillance in the Arctic and its coasts.
Quebec Economy Minister Jacques Daoust announced that the Quebec government would be "investing" $1.3 billion in taxpayer money in Bombardier's beleaguered CSeries aircraft line, and promptly turned around to prod the new Trudeau government in Ottawa to pony up a similar contribution.
A laser weapon that can take down a drone from hundreds of metres away in under a minute now really exists. Aerospace giant Boeing held a media demonstration of its Compact Laser Weapons System this...
A Chinese businessman charged with hacking computer systems of U.S. companies with defence contracts remains in custody in Canada. Suspect Su Bin allegedly targeted information on U.S. fighter jet pro...
LONDON - A fire aboard an empty 787 at Heathrow Airport spooked Boeing investors Friday, as they feared the re-emergence of battery problems that grounded the plane for months earlier this year.Boeing...
When we discuss "who's coming" to a conference it's about who's actually coming to the conference...namely the faces in the crowd. Frankly, at many events, the value of who's in the room grossly outweighs the value of who's on stage.
Jet-setters looking to catch a glimpse of Boeing's new jet will want to keep their eyes on a screen instead of the skies for now. The aerospace company has launched what they're calling the 'Dream Pas...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Twenty-six big U.S. companies paid their CEOs more last year than they paid the federal government in tax, according to a study released Thursday by a liberal-leaning think-tank .The...
In Tim Hudak's dreams for Ontarians, workers will shuffle from one low-wage, precarious job to another, competing with each other in a race to the bottom. This is what he means by "flexibility" and it is the path to poverty, not prosperity.
CEOs need to realize that highly desirable employee behaviour can become distorted and even destructive in a company driven by leaders with ulterior motives. Here are seven sure-fire signs that you might be working for a company on the brink of catastrophe.