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Brazil ends Boeing 737 MAX ban, planes could fly by year-end

26 Nov 2020

RIO DE JANEIRO (This November 25 story officially corrects name of ANAC superintendent of airworthiness to Roberto José Honorato from José Roberto Honorato in paragraph six after spokeswoman initially provided the name as José Roberto Honorato)

Analysis: As regulators prepare to weigh in on 737 MAX, FAA's global dominance fades

19 Nov 2020

SYDNEY/MONTREAL Global regulators have held off approving the Boeing 737 MAX despite a decision by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to end a 20-month grounding, highlighting changes in the global regulatory pecking order caused by two crashes of the jet.

Analysis: As regulators prepare to weigh in on 737 MAX, FAA's global dominance fades

19 Nov 2020

SYDNEY/MONTREAL Global regulators have held off approving the Boeing 737 MAX despite a decision by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to end a 20-month grounding, highlighting changes in the global regulatory pecking order caused by two crashes of the jet.

ANALYSIS-As regulators prepare to weigh in on 737 MAX, FAA's global dominance fades

19 Nov 2020

SYDNEY/MONTREAL, Nov 19 Global regulators have held off approving the Boeing 737 MAX despite a decision by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to end a 20-month grounding, highlighting changes in the global regulatory pecking order caused by two crashes of the jet.

'A catastrophic situation': COVID-19 threatens to overwhelm Canada's health system

18 Nov 2020

WINNIPEG In July, the Canadian province of Manitoba went two weeks without a single new case of COVID-19. Theaters and casinos reopened and children soon returned to school.

Quebec to ban sale of new gasoline-powered cars from 2035

16 Nov 2020

MONTREAL The Canadian province of Quebec said on Monday it will ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars from 2035, joining California and others in announcing moves to shift to electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Quebec to ban sale of new gasoline-powered passenger vehicles as of 2035

16 Nov 2020

MONTREAL, Nov 16 The Canadian province of Quebec said on Monday it will ban the sale of new gasoline powered passenger cars and trucks as of 2035, joining jurisdictions like California in announcing moves to shift to electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Police evacuate Ubisoft's Montreal office building after hoax hostage call

14 Nov 2020

MONTREAL Police on Friday evacuated a building housing French video game maker Ubisoft's Montreal offices after receiving a hostage call which turned out to be a hoax. | Video

Canada's Quebec expects three fiscal years of deficits due to COVID-19

12 Nov 2020

MONTREAL Quebec, the Canadian province hardest-hit by the novel coronavirus, said on Thursday it expects three fiscal years of declining budgetary deficits, as it spends heavily to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canada's Bombardier faces UK bribery probe over plane sales

06 Nov 2020

The UK Serious Fraud Office announced on Thursday it was investigating Canadian industrial group Bombardier over suspected bribery in airplane sales to Garuda Indonesia , widening a global anti-corruption drive in aerospace.

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