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Bombardier turns annual profit for first time in five years as train woes persist

Bombardier turns annual profit for first time in five years as train woes persist

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. turned a profit in 2018 for the first time in five years as its business jet unit delivered, catapulting its share price despite several train project derailments and weak transportation results.
Telus says a Huawei equipment ban by Ottawa could set back 5G network plan

Telus says a Huawei equipment ban by Ottawa could set back 5G network plan

Telus Corp. acknowledged Thursday that the deployment of its fifth-generation wireless network could be delayed and more expensive if Ottawa chooses to ban equipment from Huawei Technologies Inc.

Ford to keep seeking efficiencies despite FAO warning of limited chances to cut spending

TORONTO — Doug Ford vowed Thursday to keep seeking so-called efficiencies to balance the budget after the province's financial watchdog said Ontario had limited opportunities to cut already low government spending.

Doug Ford announces $40M for Ontario auto sector plan

WOODBRIDGE, Ont. — Ontario is putting $40 million over three years into a new plan for the auto sector, including funding for innovation and training.
A dinner party for $10 a guest is possible with good planning, foodies say

A dinner party for $10 a guest is possible with good planning, foodies say

VANCOUVER — Tara Noland hosts dinner parties at her Calgary home at least once a month, plus for almost every Super Bowl and much more often over the holidays.
Manulife 'highly confident' ahead of hedge fund case verdict: CEO

Manulife 'highly confident' ahead of hedge fund case verdict: CEO

TORONTO — The chief executive of Manulife Financial Corp. says the insurer is "highly confident" it will prevail in its legal battle with hedge fund Mosten Investment LP over insurance contracts.
Too big to sell: Airbus bids pained adieu to superjumbo A380

Too big to sell: Airbus bids pained adieu to superjumbo A380

TOULOUSE, France — To passengers, the A380 feels immediately different — spacious, smooth and oddly elegant for a jet so gargantuan. Yet to Airbus, it's become a burden so super-sized that the European manufacturer is ending its production for good.

Producers plan TV show set, filmed in southeast Alaska

JUNEAU, Alaska — Los Angeles-based producers are working to develop a TV series that would be set and filmed in southeast Alaska.
CPPIB ekes out 1.1% return on investments in Q3 despite December downturn

CPPIB ekes out 1.1% return on investments in Q3 despite December downturn

TORONTO — Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it was able to overcome a general downturn on stock markets near the end of 2018 to record a 1.1 per cent return in its third quarter.
Canada Goose to open new factory in Montreal, reports Q4 profit up from year ago

Canada Goose to open new factory in Montreal, reports Q4 profit up from year ago

TORONTO — Canada Goose Holdings Inc. will expand its network of eight Canadian manufacturing facilities with a new factory in Quebec — its second in the province.