The 125-member legislature resumed sitting following a two-month hiatus since the pandemic hit the country.
Closing its Alta Precision plant in Anjou, acquired last year; 225 employees affected, 125 in Quebec.
Airbus is waiting for “clear visibility” while Pratt & Whitney is resounding to pressure on the order book.
They focus on AI technology mobilized for deployment through the public health sector.
About 70% of the pane and train maker’s Canadian workforce of more than 17,600 employees had been temporarily laid off.
Provinces account for more than 80% of the 48,000-plus cases of COVID-19 in the country.
Premier Doug Ford muses Ontario could start easing restrictions ahead of next month’s long weekend.
Critical needs include protective equipment such as masks, gloves and gowns.
The funding consists of repayable contributions totalling $797,400.
The airline has signed agreements with AAR and Avianor for several Airbus models
The federal government is providing $3 million in funding for the advanced technology aeronautics centre.
Multi-million dollar feasibility study will look into developing the James Bay territory.
Transferred shares to Airbus SE and the Quebec government in a move to emerge from more than $9 billion in debt.
Deposit charged to containers ranging from 100 millilitres to two litres made of plastic, glass or metal.
Questions about the aerospace company’s future were raised after issuing a warning about its financial results.