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Mar 24 2017

Bombardier's CSeries jet nears approval for London City airport

MONTREAL Bombardier Inc said its CSeries will soon become the largest commercial aircraft capable of landing at London City Airport, a feat the Canadian planemaker expects will whet buyer interest at a time of sluggish market demand for new jets.

Mar 24 2017

Bombardier's CSeries jet nears approval for London City airport

MONTREAL, March 24 Bombardier Inc said its CSeries will soon become the largest commercial aircraft capable of landing at London City Airport, a feat the Canadian planemaker expects will whet buyer interest at a time of sluggish market demand for new jets.

Mar 22 2017

U.N. aviation agency urges balance of security risk, safety in electronics ban

MONTREAL The United Nation's aviation agency on Wednesday urged regulators to weigh security and safety, after the United States and Britain imposed restrictions on several carry-on electronic devices on planes coming from certain airports in Muslim majority countries.

Mar 17 2017

Bombardier exec says canceling rail deal would cause 'irreparable harm'

MONTREAL Bombardier Inc would suffer "irreparable harm" to its global reputation if it loses a light train contract from a Toronto transportation agency, a senior company official said in recent court filings.

Mar 17 2017

Bombardier executive says canceling rail deal would cause 'irreparable harm'

MONTREAL Bombardier Inc would suffer "irreparable harm" to its global reputation if it loses a light train contract from a Toronto transportation agency, a senior company official said in recent court filings.

Mar 15 2017

Near record snowstorm claims five lives in Quebec

MONTREAL A late winter storm that dumped more than two feet (60 cm) of snow and sent gusts of up to 120 km an hour (75 mph) in certain areas of Quebec overnight, has killed five and injured more than a dozen others in the province, Canadian authorities said on Wednesday afternoon.

Mar 09 2017

Union vows to take Quebec zinc plant to court over strikebreakers

MONTREAL, March 9 The union representing striking workers at the Noranda Income Fund's zinc processing facility in Quebec, vowed on Thursday to take the company to court over the alleged use of strikebreakers.

Mar 09 2017

New CSX CEO eyes yard closures, truckers' market share to lift profits

DETROIT/NEW YORK/MONTREAL, March 9 Shortly after being named CEO of Canadian Pacific in 2012, Hunter Harrison hoisted himself onto a roof near a Montreal rail yard, pulled up a beach chair and timed the company's switch engines using a stopwatch and binoculars.

Mar 02 2017

UPDATE 1-Carbon pricing to have transitory inflation effect -Bank of Canada

MONTREAL, March 2 The introduction of carbon pricing in Canada will have a transitory effect on inflation and the profound structural changes involved will likely hit supply and demand, a senior Bank of Canada official said on Thursday.

Feb 24 2017

Canadian pension fund manager looks at logistics investment in India

MONTREAL The real estate arm of Canada's second-largest pension fund manager is looking at India's logistics sector following the announcement this week of its first investment in the country for more than six years, President Daniel Fournier said on Friday.

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