Robotic Research will help develop artificial intelligence-based technology for heavy-duty buses.
Reflects European drive to use fuel cells for heavy duty transportation applications.
The province will consider raising the maximum from its current 100 kilometres an hour.
Revenues for energy, chemicals and plastics shot up 18%.
Full first-quarter financial results released on May 2.
Transportation regulator says the country’s largest railway breached its obligations by announcing its intention to impose embargoes on wood pulp shipments last September.
Morneau not committing, criticizing the province for dragging its feet when it comes to allocating federal infrastructure money.
Marine CoE will address zero-emission powertrain requirements for the marine industry.
Re-elected NDP government would work to increase the network to cover 10,000 kilometres over the next six years.
Transportation minister responds to Air Canada Pilots call for proactive action to ensure the “safety of the Canadian travelling public.”
Roughly 1,100 longshoremen at Canada’s second largest port are looking to improve working conditions.
Bus maker is transferring some of the high-dollar electrical components currently made in Winnipeg.
…but won’t save at least 100 workers from layoffs at the La Pocatiere plant.
But data sharing depends on co-operation among competitors and security remains an open question.
Follows federal review of a now blocked takeover by a Chinese state-owned company.