Sep 19 2017
Trudeau made the comments during an appearance with British Prime Minister Theresa May, who says Canada and the United Kingdom will work together to defend Bombardier, which has a factory in Northern Ireland. "I want to see a resolution that protects those jobs in Northern Ireland", she said after talks with Trudeau where both leaders agreed to work together to stress that Boeing should back down.
"There will be a preliminary judgment in the USA next week in relation to this case but that will just be a preliminary judgment so it will be possible for us to continue to work together to try and bring about the resolution that we want", she said.
Mrs May's one-day visit to Canada is focused on trade and the dispute over aircraft manufacturer Bombardier.
"That's not the way the world should operate".
The Trudeau government vowed during the 2015 campaign it would not buy expensive F35 aircraft to replace Canada's aging F-18s, and it said previous year Ottawa would look to buy 18 Super Hornets, produced by Boeing, to meet Canada's military obligations while it re-starts the competition to find a long-term replacement.
GM Faces Strike Deadline in Canada
The company has two plants in Mexico making small SUVs including the Equinox, weakening the union's bargaining position. As the clock ticked closer to the deadline, Unifor Local 88 and General Motors said they were making progress.
Janet Jackson promises she's planning "something special" for victims of Hurricane Harvey
The singer performed her song "What About" off her 1997 album, The Velvet Rope , containing lyrics about a volatile relationship. As a fan's Periscope video shows, the breakdown occurred following a reenactment of a couple fighting by her back-up dancers.
Keeper De Gea to be starter for Man United against Basel
They will be replaced by Lindelof and Smalling, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo remain absent through knee injuries. The Old Trafford outfit begin their campaign on Tuesday, hosting Swiss side FC Basel in the opening group stage match.
The U.S. Commerce Department is now investigating the complaint, and is expected to release its preliminary findings next week. It challenges Ottawa and Quebec governments' support for Bombardier's C-series passenger jet program as unfair trade subsidies. "Personally I will be contacting our sister unions in Canada to ask for their assistance in pressing Boeing to meet with the Canadian government on these very serious matters", he said. Sajjan declined to comment.
The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is to provisionally take effect on Thursday, removing 99 per cent of customs duties between the two sides.
A spokesman for Downing Street said earlier that Britain hopes to "use (CETA) as the basis of our own bilateral trading arrangement (with Canada) once we have left the European Union".
"We will continue to stand up for jobs and stand up for the excellent airplane that is the Bombardier CSeries aircraft", Trudeau said. "We will be able to move forward in a smooth transition that keeps the essence of CETA applicable to the U.K.in ways that will respect the EU's requirements and rules", said Trudeau. May raised the issue with Trump in a call earlier this month and told reporters in Ottawa she would do so again this week on the margins of the United Nations.
Sep 18 2017
Lineman injured while working on power outages in Ga
An Arkansas power worker was electrocuted while working on a power line in Ocilla, Ga. on Wednesday evening. As many as 48,000 Clayton County residents were without power earlier this week.
Sep 18 2017
Liverpool held by stubborn Burnley
Dyche said he was delighted with the point against a home side who peppered their goal with 35 shots on target. It also started a wave of confidence for Liverpool as they definitively gained the upper hand in the contest.
Sep 18 2017
Here's What Trump And Clinton Voters Watch
The tweets come after a week in which Clinton has released her memoir and North Korea launched a ballistic missile over Japan. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said later that day that Clinton was pushing "false narratives" in the book.
Sep 17 2017
Jesse Lingard: 'Facing Everton will not faze Romelu Lukaku'
In the box he's really risky , he's fast, he's strong. "If we defend like we have the last few games, maybe it's his afternoon". Everton are coming off three straight losses across all competitions, and have not scored a single goal during that streak.
Sep 17 2017
Hewitt axes Kokkinakis for Davis Cup semi
The world No. 18 wasted little time in dispatching Laslo Djere 7-6, 6-3, 6-3 to leave the tie level heading to the doubles match. Kyrgios , who has been carrying a hip injury, goes into the match claiming: "I am not the professional tennis needs me to be".
Sep 16 2017
Alphabet Chatting with Lyft About Possible $1 Billion Investment
The investment looks set to be a total of $1bn, with the capital coming from Google or Alphabet's private equity firm CapitalG. While the relationship was deteriorating , Waymo signed a pact with Lyft to be a partner on the testing of autonomous vehicles.
Sep 16 2017
Jennifer Garner cries over 'Hamilton' after dental anesthesia
While there are not that many people that beat classic internet video , but Jennifer Garner's recent #TBT comes damn close. The actress shared in the caption that she was delirious from laughing gas and novocaine after a dentist visit.
Sep 14 2017
Crude Oil Price Ticks Up Following EIA Inventory Report
Gasoline stocks fell by 8.4 million barrels, compared with analysts' expectations in a Reuters poll for a 2.1 million-barrel drop. Cushing, Oklahoma supplies rose by the most since March, while oil production climbed by the most since 2012.
Sep 12 2017
Going electric: China eyes gasoline and diesel auto ban
To help spur the industry , the Chinese government already gives homegrown electric vehicle makers big subsidies . Guolin predicted that the auto industry will be going through some "turbulent times", the Xinhua report said.
Sep 12 2017
Google appeals $2.7 billion European Union fine
A spokesman for Google confirmed Monday they had filed the appeal but said the company had no further comment to make. Google has appealed a record-breaking €2.4 billion (£2.1 billion; $2.9 billion) fine from European regulators.
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Sep 13 2017New Apple TV will come with 4K and HDR support
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