“Best Case Scenario”: Satisfied job of mechanics remains in Quebec after selling Bombardier shares

David Bchartland says that it is “the best scenario” for Bombardier to sell the remaining stake in the A220 and A330 commercial jet programs (formerly known as the C... Read more »

“Balls of Intertwined Issues”: Why Geoengineering the Climate Creates Serious Ethical and Scientific Challenges

Nevertheless, global carbon emissions continue to increase Scientific warningThere is growing interest in geo-engineering, a controversial method that could moderate global warming. Geotechnical conversations, or intentional manipulation of our... Read more »

Toyota’s paint peeling issue is subject to ‘unprecedented’ extended warranty on certain models

While one automotive expert has called it an “unprecedented” response, Toyota has announced details of a plan to repair vehicles with white paint flaking, a problem that has long... Read more »

Hunting military expenditure in northern Manitoba BC fixed at $ 123K

Last summer, the final price imposed on Manhunt, North Manitoba, could be about $ 1.7 million after the military announced a tally of $ 123,000 for its involvement. Canadian... Read more »

“We Still Have a Title”: Breakthrough BC Trial Set Stage for Wet Swenten Protest

In the context of nationwide protests, blockades, and arrests, wet-sweat entertaining chiefs at the forefront of the fight to stop the pipeline are among their traditional territories, the best... Read more »

Transport Minister finally meets family of victims of Boeing 737 Max accident

A beloved Canadian got an apology from the Minister of Transport Marc Garnow, losing his family when Boeing 737 Max crashed in Ethiopia almost a year ago. The apology... Read more »