Challenge alleges the aerospace giant received financial help that affected market conditions.
Facility will be operational in 2018.
Delivery comes five months after the smaller CS100 began flying with Swiss International Air Lines.
Will be home to three aerospace and aviation-related programs.
Competing for deal against three other international partnerships.
Navdeep Bains wants company to keep head office, jobs connected to R&D activities in Canada.
$220 million agreement still needs approval from union workers.
Bombardier says the planes will emit 120,000 tonnes less CO2 over their lifetime than other jets of similar size.
Company expects to delivery just seven CSeries aircraft this year; blames engine supply issues.
Up to 2,000 of the cuts, mainly in Canada and Europe, will be contractors.
Potential industrial benefits are a big part of the reason why Canada continues to pay into the program, government says.
Learning Factory will integrate industrial production with learning and research on advanced composites.
$31 million automated facility will increase capacity and create 106 new jobs over the next three years.
Couillard says the program is on track with a pipeline of 370 firm orders.
First CS300 will be delivered to Latvia’s airBaltic in Q4.