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Critics denounce Quebec ban on religious symbols in public sector

6:58pm BST

MONTREAL Civil liberties and Muslim groups on Monday vowed to challenge a new law in the Canadian province of Quebec that bans some public sector employees from wearing religious symbols during work hours, arguing it triggered the "politics of fear."

Bombardier opening new California rail-car assembly site

14 Jun 2019

Canada's Bombardier is opening a new facility in California that will assemble rail cars for San Francisco's rapid transit system by year's end, and potentially serve other West Coast rail projects.

Bombardier opening new California rail-car assembly site

14 Jun 2019

June 14 Canada's Bombardier is opening a new facility in California that will assemble rail cars for San Francisco's rapid transit system by year's end, and potentially serve other West Coast rail projects.

Morgan Stanley wants majority stake in Chinese joint venture: CEO

12 Jun 2019

MONTREAL Morgan Stanley wants to obtain majority ownership of a joint venture in China, but regulators there have not signed off on the idea, Chief Executive Officer James Gorman said on Wednesday.

Morgan Stanley wants majority stake in Chinese joint venture -CEO

12 Jun 2019

MONTREAL, June 12 Morgan Stanley wants to obtain majority ownership of a joint venture in China, but regulators there have not signed off on the idea, Chief Executive Officer James Gorman said on Wednesday.

Canada government rejects effort to ease review of major energy and transport projects

12 Jun 2019

CALGARY, Alberta/MONTREAL Canada's Liberal government is pressing ahead with a bill that would impose more stringent reviews on major projects like pipelines and interprovincial highways, to the dismay of the nation's main crude-producing province and the energy industry.

Canadian government rejects most Senate amendments to major projects bill

12 Jun 2019

CALGARY, Alberta/MONTREAL, June 12 Canada's Liberal government has rejected most of the amendments proposed by senators to a bill that will overhaul how major projects like pipelines are assessed, a move criticized by Canada's main crude-producing province, Alberta.

OPEC nears deal to keep production curbs in place: UAE energy minister

11 Jun 2019

MONTREAL Members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries are close to reaching an agreement on extending production cuts, the energy minister of the United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday.

Construction firm SNC-Lavalin names interim CEO, announces strategic review

11 Jun 2019

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc, weighed by weakness in its mining division and a surprise loss last month in its construction business, named an interim CEO and announced a quick strategic review on Tuesday, boosting its slumping shares as investors hoped for a turnaround.

Quebec will not invest in Bombardier's regional jet program: economy minister

10 Jun 2019

MONTREAL Quebec's economy minister said on Monday his government has ruled out investing in Bombardier Inc's weak-selling regional jet program, which could be sold to Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

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