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176 Dead in Ukrainian Airline Crash in Iran

What caused the Ukrainian plane crash, and why Canada should investigate

Justin Trudeau confirmed intelligence that said Flight 752 was likely shot out of the sky. There’s good case to be made that Canada should conduct the investigation into the disaster.
Boeing 737 Max grounded in Washington

Field of broken Boeing dreams

Image of the Week: The aerospace giant thinks these Max 8s will fly again by October. Does anyone else?
Marc Garneau

Canada’s oh-so-slow, less-than-reassuring grounding of the Boeing Max 8

Marc Garneau’s clinical explanation after the Ethiopian Airlines crash belied the nature of his subject matter—the stuff of deep human phobia
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This is where Canada’s 737 Max 8 jets flew the day an Ethiopian plane went down

Canada’s fleet of 737 MAX 8s were in the air constantly on March 10. One of them criss-crossed North America for almost 17 hours.
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Bombardier’s trade dispute with Boeing, explained with toy planes

The U.S. slapped Bombardier with a 300 per cent tariff on its new line of commercial jets. Here’s why subsidies from Canadian governments are to blame.
Bombardier workers look at the CS300 aircraft after it was unveiled at a news conference at its assembly facility in Mirabel, Quebec

Trump was looking for a trade war. Now he has one.

Economic historians have a term for this sort of behaviour: beggar-thy-neighbour. It usually makes things worse.
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Trudeau’s banana republic approach to Bombardier and Boeing

Trudeau’s threat to ban Boeing from federal contracts unless it drops a trade complaint against Bombardier was like something out of Venezuela
Bombardier workers look at the CS300 aircraft after it was unveiled at a news conference at its assembly facility in Mirabel, Quebec

Actually, Quebec’s Bombardier bailout isn’t as crazy as it sounds

As taxpayer-funded gambles go, there have been riskier ones than Quebec’s flyer on the Bombardier CSeries jet
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Boeing and SpaceX to ferry astronauts to space station

The two winners have won contracts to deliver U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station starting in 2017
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How international students feel about Canada

Results from a new survey suggest Canada is well-positioned for the talent war