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Raitt says back-to-work legislation will protect economy
Labour Minister Lisa Raitt says her back-to-work legislation in the Air Canada labour dispute is aimed at protecting the economy. The bill follows Raitt's move last week to block strikes at the airline by referring disputes with pilots and mechanics to the Canada Industrial Relations Board.
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Prime Minister kicks off Toronto Island airport tunnel build
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said last week a new pedestrian tunnel to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is an "important new gateway between the airport and downtown Toronto."
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Eurolot signs up for up to 20 Q400s
Bombardier Aerospace announced last Friday that Eurolot S.A. of Warsaw, Poland, has signed a firm order to acquire eight Q400 NextGen airliners. The transaction includes options for an additional 12 Q400 NextGen aircraft.
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Privacy czar fears program could involve racial profiling
Canada's privacy watchdog is concerned a new security plan to closely eye the behaviour of air passengers could amount to racial profiling.
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Last call to nominate outstanding women in aviation
The nomination deadline for the fourth annual Elsie MacGill Northern Lights (EMNL) awards is fast approaching. Named after Elsie MacGill, the first Canadian female aircraft designer, the awards' mission is to recognize excellence and to inspire women to enter the aviation and aerospace industries in Canada.
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