Bombardier Inc., a crown jewel of Canadian manufacturing, is billing itself as a major U.S. employer in a bitter trade fight with Boeing Co. that has profits, diplomatic ties and the future of a fledgling aircraft on the line.
Valerie Plante won her bid to become Montreal’s first-ever female mayor by knocking off incumbent Denis Coderre, a career politician whose sometimes abrasive style may have cost him a second term.
The U.S. slapped duties on Bombardier Inc.’s showcase commercial jet for the second time in as many weeks, upholding Boeing Co.’s case that its Canadian competitor sold planes at less than fair value.
Politicians and environmental campaigners in Quebec are shedding few tears over TransCanada Corp.’s decision to pull the plug on its Energy East pipeline project.
Boeing Co. is making the best of its unlikely rapport with President Donald Trump.
Tax cuts for workers and businesses are looming in Quebec as the provincial government prepares to use its fiscal cushion to give voters relief ahead of planned elections in less than 13 months.
In the space of a week, Roland Lescure has gone from overseeing more than C$200 billion ($151 billion) in bonds and equities at Canada’s second-largest pension fund manager to handing out political leaflets on the streets of Montreal. He swears he has no job lined up and couldn’t be more thrilled about the move.