Discussions about NL oil refinery future ongoing: Premier
Furey recognizes these are difficult and uncertain times for the refinery’s workers.
ACOA writes off balance of two multimillion dollar Irving loans
Repayment scenarios in the agreement “were not designed to require full recovery of the contributions.
Procurement minister wishes Irving hadn’t threatened reporters
Carla Qualtrough says the government is reviewing its policies on divulging journalists’ information to companies.
Feds offer $15.8B in new Coast Guard ships [UPDATED]
Will provide work to Vancouver, Halifax shipyards while opening door to Davie in Quebec.
Davie, rivals square off over multibillion dollar shipbuilding plan
Quebec shipbuilder wants in on $35 billion worth of new vessels for the navy and coast guard.
Tribunal orders feds to postpone $60B warship contract
Rivals challenge Lockheed Martin’s winning bid through CITT, federal court.
Saint John residents warned of possible flare ups at Irving refinery
Explosion sent flames and black smoke into the sky but caused only minor injuries.
Unifor gives Irving’s Halifax Shipyard 48-hour strike notice
75% of its members voted against the deal offered following eight months of negotiations.
Federal government gave millions to Irving’s Atlantic Wallboard subsidiary
Records show drywall manufacturer has not been required to repay at least $35 million.
Unionized Halifiax shipyard workers vote yes for strike mandate
Membership includes metal fabricators to electricians; contract expires at the end of this month.
Rosborough Boats gets $7.3M rescue boat contract for Arctic patrol ships
Nova Scotia firm will build two rigid hull inflatable boats for each of the six patrol vessels.
Warship builder, government defend against alleged conflict of interest
Irving and feds say measures have been taken to ensure full transparency and fairness.