Christopher Reynolds

The Canadian Press

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Air Canada rejects Brink's allegations, denies 'careless' conduct in $24M gold theft

In its statement of defence filed this month, Air Canada rejected "each and every allegation" in the Brink's suit, saying it fulfilled its carriage contracts and denying any improper or "careless" conduct.

Publisac flyer service shutting down in Quebec, leaving local newspapers in limbo

For decades, weekly newspapers across the province have depended on the door-to-door Publisac service to bring local news to Quebecers' doorsteps, packaged in a plastic bag alongside grocery store flyers.

Striking St. Lawrence Seaway workers, management called back to negotiation table

Workers and management in the St. Lawrence Seaway strike will have to hit the negotiation table Friday as groups ranging from grain farmers to steelmakers feel the squeeze.

Airlines claim passenger safety at risk under new passenger rights rules

In submissions and meetings, industry groups warned Canada's transport regulator that sweeping reforms announced earlier this year will put travellers' safety at risk and drain carriers of cash after a financially devastating COVID-19 pandemic.

Air Canada pilots picket at Toronto's Pearson, calling for better wages, working conditions

Air Canada pilots are set to demonstrate at Toronto's Pearson airport Friday, calling for better wages and working conditions as talks with the country's biggest carrier continue.

Backlog of air passenger complaints tops 57,000, hitting new peak

Tougher new rules are due to take effect Sept. 30 but one advocate says the transportation agency could be doing more now to raise the fines for airline violations.

SNC Lavalin changing its name to AtkinsRéalis in effort to shed parts of its past

CEO Ian Edwards says the name change to AtkinsRéalis both signifies an inflection point for the firm and offers a greater sense of belonging to employees who work for its subsidiaries.

New regulations mean warnings like 'poison in every puff' will soon be on every cigarette

A fresh set of Health Canada regulations that will require warning labels on individual cigarettes is set to come into effect on Tuesday.

'Huge kettle of fish' faces new Transport Minister Pablo Rodriguez

Pablo Rodriguez has been sworn in as Canada's new transport minister as part of a major cabinet shuffle, taking the baton on a raft of turbulent issues as the aviation sector emerges from a period of crisis.

Feds slow down timeline for faster Toronto-Quebec City railway

At a news conference at Montreal's Central Station, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra announced a request for proposals from three consortiums that have made it on to a short list, the latest step in a project announced in July 2021.