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Bombardier Inc. has reached a deal to sell its rail-building unit to French train giant Alstom SA, which executives say will bring an end to a frantic period that saw the Quebec company sell off several key assets in order to deal with crippling debt.
Blockades by Indigenous protesters will make it harder for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to adopt planned legislation to add respect for First Nations treaties to Canada's citizenship oath, says Conservative immigration critic Peter Kent.
The federal government is asking for an extension on a looming court deadline requiring it to update the country's medical assistance in dying (MAID) law.
Dwight Ball is stepping down as premier of Newfoundland and Labrador after months of scandals have besieged the House of Assembly.
A federal order for trains carrying dangerous goods to slow down after two fiery crashes near Guernsey, Sask., has been further revised by Transport Minister Marc Garneau.
Bombardier Inc. has sold its rail-building unit to French train giant Alstom SA, marking its exit from the rail business.
Bombardier Inc. is negotiating a preliminary deal to sell its transportation division to Paris-based Alstom SA, reportedly for $7 billion US.
Manon Trudel and Julien Bergeron have been stuck in their windowless interior cabin for almost two weeks. On Saturday, the Canadian government announced it was sending a chartered plane to repatriate Canadians passengers.
Muriel and Cecil Stringer of Hodge's Cove were handed the wrong baby boy in 1962 at Walwyn Cottage Hospital — but noticed the mix-up almost immediately. It's the second case of babies switched at birth at the facility in the 1960s.
China says it may postpone its annual congress in March, its biggest political meeting of the year, because of the virus outbreak.