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Railway workers warn 'work stoppage looms' after CN, CPKC seek conciliation
The union representing more than 9,000 workers at Canada's two biggest railways says public safety is at stake as contract negotiations ground to a halt this month, with a potential strike on the horizon.
WestJet could face costly delivery delays due to panel blowout on Boeing plane
WestJet is facing indefinite delays on dozens of new aircraft deliveries after a panel blowout on a Boeing 737 Max plane last month that prompted a halt to production expansion at the U.S. aircraft maker.
'Shocking': Air Canada CEO blasted over accessibility services at House committee
Lawmakers took Air Canada's CEO to task on Monday over "shocking" and "scandalous" failures to accommodate passengers living with disabilities.
Air Canada's first female pilot recalls sector's sexist hurdles on route to success
Judy Cameron has 23,000 hours of flying, a scholarship and an Order of Canada membership to her name.
Firm with Quebec ties makes mask to be used in U.S. prisoner execution
Justice advocacy groups say masks made by the subsidiary of a Quebec-based company are being used for executions in the United States. The first would be the execution of Kenneth Smith in Alabama on Thursday.
Air Canada rejects Brink's allegations, denies 'careless' conduct in $24M gold theft
In its statement of defence filed this month, Air Canada rejected "each and every allegation" in the Brink's suit, saying it fulfilled its carriage contracts and denying any improper or "careless" conduct.
Publisac flyer service shutting down in Quebec, leaving local newspapers in limbo
For decades, weekly newspapers across the province have depended on the door-to-door Publisac service to bring local news to Quebecers' doorsteps, packaged in a plastic bag alongside grocery store flyers.
Striking St. Lawrence Seaway workers, management called back to negotiation table
Workers and management in the St. Lawrence Seaway strike will have to hit the negotiation table Friday as groups ranging from grain farmers to steelmakers feel the squeeze.
Airlines claim passenger safety at risk under new passenger rights rules
In submissions and meetings, industry groups warned Canada's transport regulator that sweeping reforms announced earlier this year will put travellers' safety at risk and drain carriers of cash after a financially devastating COVID-19 pandemic.
Air Canada pilots picket at Toronto's Pearson, calling for better wages, working conditions
Air Canada pilots are set to demonstrate at Toronto's Pearson airport Friday, calling for better wages and working conditions as talks with the country's biggest carrier continue.