Canada: Alstom values Bombardier’s rail unit at just under $7-billion, board discussing purchase: sources

By Maya Nikolaeva and Allison Lampert, Reuters, Financial Post; February 12, 2020 PARIS/MONTREAL — Alstom’s board will meet late on…

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Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament to introduce Canadian content bill to save Thunder Bay rail coach plant

By Staff, Northern Ontario Business; October 28, 2019 In an effort to keep the Bombardier plant in his riding from…

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Ontario: Province commits to 36 more bi-level commuter cars

By Leith Dunick, TBNewsWatch.com; September 10, 2019 THUNDER BAY – The Ontario government has committed to buying 36 more bi-level…

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Bombardier to burn through $500 million in cash this year amid efforts to get rail division back on track

By Emily Jackson, Financial Post; August 1, 2019 Bombardier Inc. shares nosedived after it lowered its financial forecasts for the…

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Bombardier to lay off hundreds of workers at Thunder Bay, Ontario, plant

From CBC News; July 9, 2019 Bombardier plans to cut several hundred jobs at its Thunder Bay, Ont., facility, according…

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Bombardier Announces Expansion of Its U.S. Footprint in California

A press release from Bombardier; June 14, 2019: – New rail car assembly site in the Bay Area will be…

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How driving a train became one of Canada’s Best Jobs

By Mariyam Khaja, Canadian Business; June 11, 2019 While working in the office of an insurance company back in 2007,…

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Eurotunnel announces renovation of cross-channel shuttle trains

By Martin Banks, EU Today; April 28, 2019 Eurotunnel has signed a contract with Bombardier Transportation to renovate nine “PAX”…

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Bombardier Sees Rail Project Issues Solved by the End of 2020

By Frederic Tomesco, Bloomberg; February 14, 2019 Bombardier Inc. expects to complete at least three of its most delayed rail…

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Siemens deal collapse fuels Alstom-Bombardier tie-up talk, shares rally

By Josephine Mason and Allison Lampert, Reuters; February 6, 2019 LONDON/MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Commission’s decision to block a…

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New York City transit chief slams Bombardier, halts rail car deliveries over problems

By The Canadian Press, CBC News; January 24, 2019 The head of the New York City Transit Authority and former…

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Bombardier to supply new generation of passenger rail cars for New Jersey

A press release from Bombardier Transportation; January 9, 2019: Multilevel III cars will feature new amenities designed to enhance the…

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Bombardier’s New Jersey Transit Win Softens ‘Astonishing’ Blow in Canada

By Frederic Tomesco and Oliver Sachgau, Bloomberg; December 12, 2018 Bombardier Inc. got a split decision in its accelerated push…

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Unconfirmed report: VIA Rail Canada chooses German firm Siemens – and not Bombardier – for massive train fleet contract

By The Canadian Press, CTV News; November 27, 2018 Free trade agreements with Europe and the United States prevent Via…

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Feds signal VIA Rail Canada is free to pick Siemens over Bombardier for new rolling stock fleet order

By Greg Quinn and Frederic Tomesco, Bloomberg News; November 27, 2018 Justin Trudeau’s government said it won’t force state-owned Via…

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Scotland: HS2 train passengers could click-and-collect Amazon parcels onboard

By National Newsdesk, The National; November 26, 2018 Bombardier Transportation, which is bidding to win a £2.75 billion contract to…

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Bombardier cutting 5,000 jobs, selling Q400 and flight training programs

By Christopher Reynolds, The Canadian Press, The Daily Courier; November 8, 2018 MONTREAL – Bombardier Inc. announced Thursday it will…

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Bombardier unveils a new battery-powered train

By Fred Lambert, Electrek; September 14, 2018 Once actually somewhat common, battery-powered trains, especially full-size ones, are less common these…

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Ontario: Bombardier president apologizes to Toronto Transit Commission over delivery of 89 faulty streetcars

By Gabriele Roy, The Canadian Press, CTV News; July 10, 2018 TORONTO — The president of Bombardier Transportation made his…

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