Bombardier leaving commercial aviation

  • 13 févr. 2020
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  1. Lawrence Johanson

    Lawrence JohansonIl y a 5 jours

    Bombardier will be totally shut down and gone from Quebec within five years.Oh well. they still have maple syrup and poutine

  2. Kevin Lau

    Kevin LauIl y a 6 jours

    just focus on making automated trains

  3. Peter Palffy

    Peter PalffyIl y a 7 jours

    Good. When will our taxes go down?

  4. don684

    don684Il y a 7 jours

    Does this mean we taxpayers don't have to ante up and bail out Bombardier anymore?

  5. Eric Schick

    Eric SchickIl y a 8 jours

    As a western Canadian I hope to see 100% unemployment in Quebec some day.

  6. N J

    N JIl y a 8 jours

    this POS taxpayer leech has blackmailed us long enough. We've given them enough money to retire every employee there a millionaire yet all that money of gone AGAIN but I bet the biggest pig got their share.

  7. Steve K

    Steve KIl y a 9 jours

    Just file bankruptcy already. This mismanaged company has been on life support for far too long.

  8. Angela rika

    Angela rikaIl y a 9 jours

    I love how people are dumping on Trudeau for Bombardier's failure, Bombardier has been tanking and bailed out years before he was even in politics you morons.

  9. bill mckim

    bill mckimIl y a 9 jours

    The day of the AVRO comes to mind

  10. Sheldon Berg

    Sheldon BergIl y a 10 jours

    Whoa, the lady said Bombardier is a successful Canadian company!?!?! What?! It is not successful. How many times has Bombardier been bailed out?

  11. Sheldon Berg

    Sheldon BergIl y a 10 jours

    Bombardier is another failure of progressivism, the Laurentian elites, and Canadian gullibility. The Canadian government has thrown billions at this company and gotten nothing. Yet, the Federal government will shutdown the Alberta energy industry out of pettiness and power lust.

  12. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 4 jours

    @Matt Frankman Exactly

  13. Matt Frankman

    Matt FrankmanIl y a 5 jours

    Bombardier has very successful infrastructure contracts, and they make great consumer products. Very unfortunate that Boeing killed this company.

  14. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 8 jours

    Populism is not the way to go, dude.

  15. doom

    doomIl y a 10 jours

    Pathetic

  16. hbarudi

    hbarudiIl y a 11 jours

    So now Bombardier sold its aircraft manufacturing to airbus, time for Bombardier to focus on its primary product: The electric trains.

  17. rochester3

    rochester3Il y a 11 jours

    spend billion to sell it for 600 million LOL this is what happens when you give away the majority of your shares for free and cant afford to invest more money to keep it running..

  18. rochester3

    rochester3Il y a 11 jours

    If I was Airbus Id be thankful to get the A220 for basically peanuts... Air bus wants 100% control..

  19. junaidmuhammad99

    junaidmuhammad99Il y a 11 jours

    If anything the finger should also be pointed to the unethical practices of Boeing that literally pushed the US govt to put significant import duties on the c series jets , enough to increase the price by 100% and make the plane economically unviable for the US airlines ...

  20. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Exactly, many people here don't realize that it was Boeing that basically started the bailouts. Now look at Boeing, barely surviving with the Max and owning Embraer, which has been beat out by the C-series.

  21. garrett knecht

    garrett knechtIl y a 11 jours

    This wouldn’t have happened if Trudeau was still in the country. He’d be hand delivering the bail out

  22. Rowan Fraser

    Rowan FraserIl y a 12 jours

    They have to focus more time on not finishing the Street Cars for Toronto. Thanks Bombardier for bringing the technology of 100 years ago to a modern metropolis where they do more harm than good.

  23. Zdenek Niederle

    Zdenek NiederleIl y a 12 jours

    Another Canadian company that couldn’t compete on the world market. Managed by incompetent people and supported by incompetent government.

  24. mike marshall

    mike marshallIl y a 12 jours

    Why don't Canada take the whole company sell it in auction pay off some of the debt and F the rest

  25. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Because Bombardier is and always have delivered great products.

  26. William Warner

    William WarnerIl y a 12 jours

    Thanks Trudeau. Ruining Canadian companies one at a time.

  27. Efositix Covers

    Efositix CoversIl y a 12 jours

    What about the CRJ Series?

  28. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @Efositix Covers Probably wasn't updated, Bombardier seems to have other things to deal with.

  29. Efositix Covers

    Efositix CoversIl y a 10 jours

    Cay Nuck I can’t find it on their website

  30. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Still produced by them but owned by Mitsubishi.

  31. Efositix Covers

    Efositix CoversIl y a 12 jours

    Mark but the aircraft is still on their website

  32. Mark

    MarkIl y a 12 jours

    They sold that last year to Mitsubishi.

  33. R PM

    R PMIl y a 12 jours

    Nation gutting at it's worst. The libs purposely destroyed the competition, De Havilland.....now we get thrown this after pumping in Billions for years to prop up Bombardier....meanwhile Saab in Sweden expands world wide.

  34. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Pretty sure Saab is pretty much done, and Embraer was bought by Boeing, so they aren't set up for good either.

  35. Jag E

    Jag EIl y a 12 jours

    an "individual" giant? 1:40

  36. Rocko99 Rocko99

    Rocko99 Rocko99Il y a 12 jours

    Good. Canadian taxpayers tired of bailing out incompetence.

  37. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Bombardier was good for the economy and its products are robust.

  38. P Hill

    P HillIl y a 12 jours

    If you don't buy shares now you will never forgive yourself, UNDER 2 DOLLARS!! Once they blow off the debt were off!!

  39. BillHK

    BillHKIl y a 12 jours

    Yup, Tax Alberta and give more money to corrupt uncompetitive Quebec companies. That's how Trudeau buys votes and gets re-elected.

  40. Peter Palffy

    Peter PalffyIl y a 7 jours

    @RB01138 you would get oil for that. Bombardier gave you nothing.

  41. BillHK

    BillHKIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck Quebec exists of Federal handouts.

  42. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @BillHK Boeing was at fault for putting tariffs on the C-series, trying to ruin the program. Also, the conservatives are MUCH more corrupt than the liberals.

  43. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Uncompetitive? Bombardier's trains and planes were praised and dominated the transportation sector, let me talk about oil companies on the other hand. Quebec is one of the best economic drivers.

  44. Mr407Mike

    Mr407MikeIl y a 11 jours

    @BillHK Who are you to say who gets what? And why not step up and pay a provincial tax? And maybe stop electing governments who give all the money away? You love your conservative governments. You've made the bed...

  45. Cayrick Pan

    Cayrick PanIl y a 12 jours

    As I understood it Trump was going to impose a 400% tariff on Canadian built business/commercial aircraft. The only way out of the dilemma was to partner up with someone who could do final assembly in the US. That was Airbus. How long do the jobs stay in Quebec? Watch for PM to set the stage for an election soon before the whole Canadian economy implodes.

  46. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @Mark Once again, you have no knowledge of what happened. Delta was one of the first customers, others being SWISS and Air Canada and some startup called Moxy (now called Breeze), and Boeing/US imposed tariffs on Bombardier. So Bombardier had to respond to the threat and it worked out to sell 50.01 stake to Airbus. It worked out for both, Bombardier has lessened the deficit, Investissement Quebec now has a 25% stake. Still produced in Mirabel, so in theory Bombardier isn't really out of commercial aviation.

  47. Mark

    MarkIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck > You should read before you make comments and state "someone is WRONG'". I wasn't wrong at all. So tell me what was smart about it when all is said and done. Bombardier 'GAVe" Airbus 50.01% of the CSERies for 1 Canadian dollar and now has given them the rest of their shares for $600 million. In the meantime Bombardier is still holding the $6.5 billion in debt and owns none of the CSeries. So tell me what is smart about that?

  48. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @Mark But that's what I meant, Boeing intentionally suggested the tariffs. Bombardier was smart to team up with Airbus.

  49. Mark

    MarkIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck > My response was to Cayick stating the "only way out" and his whole statement, not just that they were threatened by tariffs. I know the whole story a whole lot more than you. I WAS THERE, yes I was there. WERE YOU?"

  50. Mark

    MarkIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck > No you are wrong. Boeing does not have the power to impose tariffs. Only the Federal government has the power to impose tariffs. Boeing only made a complaint. The Complaint was filed and recommendations made, but any recommdations were overturned and the tariffs were NEVER imposed on Bombardier. Bombardier was broke because they went waaaaay over on the developement cost of the CSERies and did not have the money to get it into service. Airbus threw them a lifeline and they took it. Now they basicallly gave away the rest of the CSeries to Airbus for $600 million (that was just this week) and NO TARIFFS were ever imposed on Bombardier or the CSEries.

  51. Cayrick Pan

    Cayrick PanIl y a 12 jours

    Just a few months ago PM gave a huge forgivable loan to Bombardier to create thousands of new jobs. Where are those new jobs now??

  52. L Esty

    L EstyIl y a 12 jours

    Isn't Bombardier the ones we lent billions to, of the taxpayers monies, a loan. Maybe we can get some monies back they owe us. They should have been put into bankruptcy a long time ago, so mismanaged. Funny, Quebec scores again, jobs, and SNL jobs. Smells again.

  53. Daniel C

    Daniel CIl y a 12 jours

    Industrial power is the root of a country's wealth. Canada shall do her best to restore her status as a leading industrial power in the civilized world, like Germany.

  54. Brady Benton

    Brady BentonIl y a 12 jours

    Bail them out with JUSTIN BUCKS or Canadian rubles cause that's what they are worth PENNIES

  55. Kris Payne

    Kris PayneIl y a 12 jours

    🤣🤣✌🇨🇦

  56. Kris Payne

    Kris PayneIl y a 12 jours

    This is the best news. I've heard all week. So Bombardier is going to sell the rest their shares in the cseries jetliner to Airbus. Basically, it was Airbus that save that cseries jet. Because the provincial government of Quebec in the federal liberal government of Canada Bell dope on Briargate and yet Bombardier laid off a bunch of employees. And paid the higher up management more money. So I'm kind of glad. That the employees for building the new Airbus Think it's a seven .A320 Think they're going to work for a better company and the quality control on that jetliners going to be a lot better. Hopefully goes bankrupt in collapses In all bumbar gies assets are bought up by other companies who keep the workers going. And build better quality products Because upper management Bombardier pretty corrupt. Same thing as snc-lavalin in urban Shipbuilding. Three corrupt companies that the Liberals will do anything in their power to keep going. Because he's three companies donate to Liberal Party.

  57. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Not defending Bombardier's business practices, but their products are still Canadian and robust, there's a reason many airlines bought from them. Don't forget about the trains.

  58. Martin Charles Pitt-Bradley

    Martin Charles Pitt-BradleyIl y a 12 jours

    Seems like the QC government should now own a stake in Airbus, specifically a decent enough stake to demand jobs stay in QC. But no, that would be both reasonable and impossible

  59. Martin Charles Pitt-Bradley

    Martin Charles Pitt-BradleyIl y a 12 jours

    Hue Janus That doesn’t sound like much considering the investment, and didn’t we give the design to the Americans for free already?

  60. Hue Janus

    Hue JanusIl y a 12 jours

    The C-Series will be made here for a minimum of 3 years. The Qc government owns 25% of the aircraft.

  61. Prayer Anon

    Prayer AnonIl y a 12 jours

    CBC news should investigate the Obama administration giving Russia the hyper sonic missile plans. Sounds like bombshell news .

  62. Prayer Anon

    Prayer AnonIl y a 12 jours

    Most people know this but our tax money props them up. It makes them look official.

  63. Jim Dort

    Jim DortIl y a 12 jours

    CBC is leftwing globalists the last thing they do is give facts on Islamists, dictators or Qatar buddy Obama.

  64. Dave Dismantled

    Dave DismantledIl y a 12 jours

    Government is a euphemism for coercion, violence and slavery. It is also immoral and illegitimate. If you support government, you are a bad person. Realize that Feudalism never went away. You, I and all our family that comes after us, are but tax cattle in a human system of farming. Unfortunately, most of the "cattle" in this system are also part of the cult that enables it. And so, they cannot see their own chains of slavery they inflict upon themselves and the rest of humanity. Chains that exist only in the mind, by the way - but that are embedded deeply in a maze of erroneous cultural belief systems that have been instilled since birth. Over and over and over again. And, so here we are. There is only one solution for humanity. That is an understanding of Natural Law and an integration of actual, objective Truth into our lives; and the lives that come after ours. Truth, Freedom, Love to my fellow sovereign humans. That is to say, all 7 billion or so of you.

  65. Krab Tion

    Krab TionIl y a 8 jours

    Cay Nuck not a best boomer but k

  66. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Ok, Marx

  67. Will L

    Will LIl y a 12 jours

    F

  68. PJ Lafferty

    PJ LaffertyIl y a 12 jours

    "Quite a shocker???" The only thing shocking is people okay with this other Quebec scam company sinking more money Into this. This is not a successful company tax payers keep spending money on this mother f@#%er. People of Quebec please give me your money it be money better spent than this useless scam.

  69. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 9 jours

    @PJ Lafferty Oil and Gas!? Profitable!? Maybe at one point, but Alberta's unsustainable practices and corrupt practices have been exposed, and oil is only going to become more scarce. Where are all the alternative energy companies? Oh right, in Quebec, Ontario, even the Maritimes seem big into it. The oil market is dying as the negative effect of fossil fuels and scarcity drive prices up and demand low. Eastern Canada actually holds all the important economic centers, Quebec and Ontario are often hot spots for immigrants trying to find work at these economic hubs. Why won't you admit the corruption and refusal to pay taxes of the oil industry?

  70. PJ Lafferty

    PJ LaffertyIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck successful in tricking Canadian fools into giving them money. That's it, their track record has not been great. I love how all these Quebec companies get federal money to finance their business with no strings attached. While other proven profitable businesses (example oil and gas) who all that is required is to remove red tape in order to expand their business , at no cost to the taxpayer. Who would actually benefit from these businesses in tax revenue for all these beloved social programs and such.

  71. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Uh no, Bombardier was very successful with their revolutionary aircraft and trains, the only reason they need bailouts were because of Boeing trying to ruin their C-series sales. Boeing now got the Max to deal with.

  72. southern trucks

    southern trucksIl y a 12 jours

    Like gm thx for the cash see ya sounds like made in Quebec thing just like everything thes days Meaning we will close factories and leave

  73. PJ Lafferty

    PJ LaffertyIl y a 10 jours

    The only difference between GM loan was the money had to be paid back and was paid under the Harper government, but as usual our really smart liberals dont seem to know how to make smart business deals. Much like bombardier wow.

  74. MonkeyspankO

    MonkeyspankOIl y a 12 jours

    The history of aviation in Canada is one of compromise. When you try to please everyone, you end up pleasing no one

  75. 99knight

    99knightIl y a 12 jours

    fail company

  76. LucVNO

    LucVNOIl y a 12 jours

    Decades over due, liqufy them & give us our money back.

  77. Speak_the_ truth

    Speak_the_ truthIl y a 12 jours

    First you have to pull it from senior management and Quebec and even then you would only get pennies on the dollar. Two faced strikes again.

  78. Alish

    AlishIl y a 12 jours

    This company is GARBAGE yet another example of the Quebec elite ruling Canada. Over 300 million FOR WHAT? They ruined the Toronto streetcar renovations too.

  79. MrLoobu

    MrLoobuIl y a 12 jours

    Why should anybody start their life paying taxes as if it will ever benefit them? Convince a young person the social contract is a good and benefitial one, they are the ones that need to pay for it.

  80. Kelly Hudson

    Kelly HudsonIl y a 12 jours

    What a shame.

  81. MrLoobu

    MrLoobuIl y a 12 jours

    All that Canadian tax money sitting in Cayman Islands now in some CEO bank accounts haha. How about I dont pay em?

  82. MrLoobu

    MrLoobuIl y a 7 jours

    @Cay Nuck I'll PM you, we'll talk about investment strategies and maybe you could help out a Canadian tax payer for a change eh?

  83. don684

    don684Il y a 7 jours

    Maybe we should repatriate that money back to Canadian taxpayers.

  84. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 8 jours

    @MrLoobu Expats are just trying to find a living, and are often successful. Canada wasn't giving the most attractive job opportunities. I love Canada, I'll certainly retire there, and I hope work force improves.

  85. MrLoobu

    MrLoobuIl y a 8 jours

    @Cay Nuck Yes, for the reasons stated above, and bad for Canadians.

  86. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 8 jours

    @MrLoobu Not really, the accounting firm is a global org, I have clients from everywhere, in fact there are offices we are associated with in Halifax and Toronto. Cayman is just a good place to do business.

  87. david jensen

    david jensenIl y a 12 jours

    So I guess this means the government needs to stop investing in Bombardier since they obviously can't run a company properly. Maybe invest in some industries that make money but what the hell do I know...

  88. Krab Tion

    Krab TionIl y a 8 jours

    Cay Nuck and get Boeing is still trying but has less karma then a few months ago so eventually what those Boeing had to do with this MR

  89. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 9 jours

    @PJ Lafferty No, the C-series wasn't marketed enough for its capabilities, Delta saw it and invested into the plane, when Airbus bought a stake, it helped market the aircraft. Boeing saw Bombardier as a threat to their business (which is odd as the c-series serves a different purpose than the 737 or any of Boeing's planes. You are defending Boeing, yet Boeing was busted for corporate greed last year when they carelessly engineered it in favor of money. MCAS led to their eventual crisis, Boeing is on the edge.

  90. PJ Lafferty

    PJ LaffertyIl y a 9 jours

    @Cay Nuck you keep repeating yourself It Boeing's fault ,it Boeings fault over and over again. Boeing is a company that wants to succeed in the air craft manufacturing" business" , Bombardier only concern seem to be making this airplane which they couldnt seem to sell. Okay fine make an airplane do they have to get the Canadian people to fork the bill to build their dam airplane??? Another thing you keep saying over and over are these great products they make have you ever seen how some of these great products are made? Uk needed a switching system for their trains that bombardier tried to make after Uk government paid for these over budget switching system that didnt work . Uk government finally gave up and went to Siemens and they built their switching system for them. That's only one other example I'm sure there are more.

  91. PJ Lafferty

    PJ LaffertyIl y a 10 jours

    No kidding.

  92. david jensen

    david jensenIl y a 10 jours

    Cay Nuck well then they should have been making money but they weren’t so the government bailed them out. I don’t really care if an American company cheated. Doesn’t mean I agree with Canada subsidizing every company that can’t compete.

  93. Dick Richards

    Dick RichardsIl y a 12 jours

    Wow way to go Feds.

  94. Bart Battista

    Bart BattistaIl y a 12 jours

    Good maybe they will do something that there good at like making snowshoes.

  95. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 8 jours

    @Krab Tion In terms of comfort, yes.

  96. Krab Tion

    Krab TionIl y a 8 jours

    Cay Nuck CRJ IS Cool but I prefer brazil Regional jets and the a220

  97. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @Mark It was Boeing and the US that caused the bailouts by imposing illegal tariffs when Bombardier legally made a deal with Delta. Boeing now has their own issues with the Max, but Bombardier still makes best selling bizjets, and their planes will still live on. It was interference from the US that caused this. Bombardier has good management, but they were put through turbulent times (no pun intended)

  98. Mark

    MarkIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck > So what if they can make planes. The problem is they can't make money off of them. They have sold both the CRJ and Q400 because they were losing money. Now they almost went bankrupt developeing the CSeries and now have sold that for a small fraction of what it cost them to develope it.

  99. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    What you mean, their great at making planes, CRJ is one of the best-selling aircraft, many airlines praise the Q400 for it's reliability and ruggedness, and the C-series is literally hailed as the best regional jet, beating out Embraer. That's why Airbus bought it.

  100. Eamon O'Connell

    Eamon O'ConnellIl y a 12 jours

    Is it true of the latest story about why Justin left his 'teaching career'? Took an american news outlet to out his blackface. This 'rumor or fact' is circling around there also.

  101. Eamon O'Connell

    Eamon O'ConnellIl y a 12 jours

    @This is my name, there is no other like it go to Arana Nation. He talks about it. This is not old news. 3 days old.

  102. Eamon O'Connell

    Eamon O'ConnellIl y a 12 jours

    @This is my name, there is no other like it many questions around Justin's departure from teaching at that academy. I said this when the whole blackface story came out. SO, it's not proven, but the rumor, like blackface until it was the truth, is that 29 year old Justin was having a sexual relationship with a female student for 1.5 years. That would have made her about 16 when it started. The story is she was paid off by lawyers before the 2019 election to keep her mouth shut. These claims are supposedly from a past teacher and a student at the school at that very time. Now with Justin's groping, which he first denied, this just goes into Justin's character as a person. So I'm more likely to believe the rumor. Like blackface, an American new outlet reported it. I'm trying to find it but you know... censorship.

  103. This is my name, there is no other like it

    This is my name, there is no other like itIl y a 12 jours

    Aware me on this story, I'm interested.

  104. Maxislithium

    MaxislithiumIl y a 12 jours

    BWA HAHAHAHAHA!

  105. Maverick P

    Maverick PIl y a 12 jours

    The CBC, Trudeau's state run media

  106. Dick Richards

    Dick RichardsIl y a 12 jours

    @Jim Dort Yes Sir. The very definition of Tyranny!

  107. Jim Dort

    Jim DortIl y a 12 jours

    Look up how Trudeau is getting the CRTC to control speech on the internet. Remember any speech,writing or picture is midia so they will have full control comrades .British government was going to do the same. most of Europe does this and people have been fined and jail for there posts.

  108. Dick Richards

    Dick RichardsIl y a 12 jours

    Pure Evil...... did you know they had their status as media DOWNGRADED to OPINION PIECES! I swear, its what the Internet labels them as now, because of being Gov't paid!

  109. Colin Cooper

    Colin CooperIl y a 12 jours

    Does this means no more corrupt bail outs with our tax dollars. Hope so. Good riddance.

  110. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    It was Boeing's fault for trying to ruin the C-series. Airbus and Bombardier got the last laugh, Boeing got demolished. Bailouts were justified.

  111. R AJ

    R AJIl y a 12 jours

    Billions in bailouts for Quebec jobs with Alberta money then they close shop. How many executives have pocketed millions?? Quebec is a tapeworm on Alberta and Canada.

  112. R AJ

    R AJIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck Alberta never took in one cent from Trugrope buying the TMX. That went to Kinder Morgan because BC and Trugrope scared them off. The only relief we got was a loan of our own tax dollars.

  113. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @R AJ Ontario actually takes in the most, so is Ontario now a tapeworm? No, because Quebec and Ontario are two industry workhorse hubs, while Alberta's main export is oil, and oil executives have been shown to be the most corrupt anti-tax people there is. You lost all credibility when you said I was from Quebec, I'm just observing the situation. Alberta took a lot in when trying to buy the pipeline, where's the complaint of that. We all know you'd be defending Alberta if Alberta did something similar to Quebec. Your comments are based on a subconscious xenophobia, because you are irrationally scared by the pursuits and innovation of the French. Alberta will become more and more useless as oil dies out and renewable energy companies in Quebec, Ontario, even the Maritimes will dominate the sector. Your next industry is agriculture, but almost every province has agricultural exports.

  114. R AJ

    R AJIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck No response to the truth FRENCHY?? Must be out cashing your Alberta welfare checks.

  115. R AJ

    R AJIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck That is the most ridiculous comment i've ever seen on here. Facts from Stats Can; Last year Alberta paid 47.5 billion into federal taxes. We got back in transfers (not equalization) 27 billion. Net taxes to Ottawa is 22 billion. Quebec with double the population paid 50 billion to federal government. They got back 50 billion in transfers PLUS 16 billion in EQUALIZATION!!! For a net gain of 16 billion dollars. Which came from mostly Alberta but also Saskatchewan and Newfoundland. Since it started , Alberta has contributed 660 BILLION in equalization alone. Facts from Stats Canada. You are the tapeworm of Canada.

  116. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Quebec is much more important for the economy and has innovative business while Alberta refuses to pay taxes and relies on corrupt Scheer.

  117. Rob M

    Rob MIl y a 12 jours

    after 100 Billion in taxpayer funding from the Rest of Canadas transfers to Quebec....

  118. R AJ

    R AJIl y a 12 jours

    And indirectly most of that money came from Alberta. 660 billion since equalization went to Ottawa. Yet Quebec is the loudest to shut us down.

  119. Jord A.

    Jord A.Il y a 12 jours

    If only it happened before one of their many handouts....

  120. Blowin Kk

    Blowin KkIl y a 12 jours

    So where is the money I paid to bail them out

  121. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    Dude, they're still in business, still making robust products. Their aircraft were some of the best in the industry.

  122. AV8TOR

    AV8TORIl y a 12 jours

    What a pack of lies. Nothing presented here is true. Bombardier has pull off a GM by getting the bail out $ and then bailing. Corporate welfare at it's best.

  123. vaanan navin

    vaanan navinIl y a 12 jours

    Blame Boeing and USA

  124. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 6 jours

    @Speak_the_ truth No, you don't understand, when Bombardier made the legal deal with Delta, the c-series was brand new. Now it is selling to other airlines, but you can't expect a product to blow up that quickly. Of course Boeing had to step in as they saw how good of a plane it was, and acted aggressively, which backfired on them. Bombardier's making good moves, making their focus in business aviation clear and selling their profitable assets.

  125. Speak_the_ truth

    Speak_the_ truthIl y a 6 jours

    ​@Cay Nuck Nothing to say milk tariff? Puffed chest and a whimpering exhale.

  126. Speak_the_ truth

    Speak_the_ truthIl y a 10 jours

    @Cay Nuck So Canada can't compete globally if the U.S imposes tariffs? Even with a federal bail out? There are another 193 counties to sell to. Yet Two Faced spent tax payer money knowing it was failing and then sold to France and Quebec? How much did Trudeau get in kickbacks???? Cry me a river

  127. Cay Nuck

    Cay NuckIl y a 10 jours

    @Speak_the_ truth No, if you knew anything, you would have known that it was the US and Boeing who tried to impose tariffs on foreign-made aircraft in an attempt to keep failing Boeing alive.

  128. Speak_the_ truth

    Speak_the_ truthIl y a 12 jours

    Blame the US for Trudeau's lining of Bombardier senior managements pockets?❄