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Harper responsible for F-35 situation: Rae
Prime Minister Stephen Harper must be held responsible for a $10-billion cost overrun for the F-35 fighter jet program, given the tight control he maintains over his government, interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae says.
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Tli Cho Air wins prestigious honour
Tli Cho Air, owned by the Tlicho Investment Corporation as well as minority shareholder and Discovery Air subsidiary Air Tindi Ltd., has been recognized by the Northwest Territories Chamber of Commerce as the 2012 Business of the Year.
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Budget cuts hurt Canadian Space Agency
Federal budget cuts could be felt far, far away — up in outer space. Industry leaders are worried that cuts to the Canadian Space Agency announced in the recent budget might hurt critical programs.
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WestJet jetting into spring with strong March results
WestJet Airlines has reported strong passenger traffic results for March, saying last week that it enjoyed its second-highest load factor for the month ever. Overall, the airline says it flew almost 104,000 more passengers in March than in the same month last year, increasing its load factor, which measures how much of its capacity is used, to 86.2 per cent from 84.8 per cent.
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Air Canada's debt rating lowered by Moody's
Air Canada's debt rating has been lowered by Moody's Investor Service, indicating the agency believes there's an increased possibility the airline could default on its debt obligations.
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