Layout from the 1969 Bombardier annual report showing the board of directors, including Laurent Beaudoin, centre.

An autopsy on the death of the Bombardier dream

How the company’s ambitions for global domination fell apart, as told through five decades of annual reports

Bombardier succeeds at delivering a Toronto-Ottawa spat

Politics Insider for July 11: The feds pledge support for Canadian beef, a Liberal escapes punishment for rule-breaking, and the Supreme Court gets a new nominee

How Donald Trump is dividing Canada

Opinion: By targeting issues where regional tensions in Canada already exist, the president has struck upon a tactic that could help the U.S. in the NAFTA talks

Why Bombardier and Ottawa shouldn’t make job promises they can’t keep

Opinion: Airbus’ PR machine is in overdrive, but any job promises attached to its takeover of the CSeries will almost certainly be broken

Bombardier sells stake in CSeries aircraft to Airbus

The two aircraft manufacturers announced the partnership Monday evening, weeks after the United States announced 300 per cent preliminary duties on exports of the CSeries

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.

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.

How Chrystia Freeland sees trade talks in the Trump era

With the Bombardier-Boeing battle casting a dark shadow, the foreign minister frames the ‘unconventional’ Trump factor

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

The motor-trike built for Boomers looks for a jump-start

The three-wheeled Spyder may never catch on with the young and hip. But its greying ‘Ryders’ are a ready-made sales team.

Will Ottawa’s ‘cluster’ approach to innovation funding work?

Canada will spend $800 million on a few lanes it can dominate globally. But the question of how they’ll pick the lucky sectors will be tricky politics

Bombardier’s rail business’s reputation problem just got worse

A new report slams Bombardier’s performance on a London Underground contract as “shameful” but it’s far from the first transit dispute the company has faced