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Accelerated construction training: between hope and frustration

Accelerated construction training: between hope and frustration

A training program launched by the Legault government to address a construction labor shortage is generating unexpected enthusiasm in Quebec. However, some condemn the hasty and inadequate measures. At the Professional Training Center (CFP) Grand-Fjord in Saguenay, success can be heard. The plumbing program there has been rather dying in recent years. Applications for the […]

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No challenge to Hydro monopoly, says Fitzgibbon

No challenge to Hydro monopoly, says Fitzgibbon

Companies that generate their own electricity will be able to sell their surpluses to Hydro-Québec or other private consumers, but without using the public grid’s transmission lines, the Minister of Economy, Innovation and Development warned. Énergie du Québec, Pierre Fitzgibbon, in an interview with Radio-Canada. His “unfinished” bill, which will be tabled by March, will

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Fitzgibbon is concerned about the legalization of the Northvolt | project  Battery industry

Fitzgibbon is concerned about the legalization of the Northvolt | project Battery industry

Quebec’s Minister of Economy, Innovation and Energy Pierre Fitzgibbon says he is concerned about the message the justice in the Northvolt case is sending to foreign investors. But his federal counterpart François-Philippe Champagne sees things differently. During an interview with radio presenter Paul Arcand on Monday morning, Minister Fitzgibbon said yes Absolutely concerned a surge

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The FAA recommends an inspection of aircraft similar to the Boeing 737 MAX 9

The FAA recommends an inspection of aircraft similar to the Boeing 737 MAX 9

United States Civil Aviation Administration (FAA) recommended that airlines check their jammed doors Boeing 737-900ER following an incident that occurred in early January at a Boeing Alaska Airlines 737 MAX 9. Companies are supported perform visual inspections to make sure these blocked doors don’t malfunction, he said FAA Sunday evening in the security bulletin. THE

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Zipair's first flights between Vancouver and Tokyo are already almost full

Zipair’s first flights between Vancouver and Tokyo are already almost full

Japanese low-cost airline Zipair will offer new flights between Vancouver and Tokyo. Tickets for the first flights in March are already almost sold out. December 26 Zipair announced the creation of an economy flight between Vancouver and Tokyo’s Narita Airport. So it offers a round trip price of around USD 942 for an economy class

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The strike is paralyzing some public transportation in Greater Vancouver

The strike is paralyzing some public transportation in Greater Vancouver

On Monday morning, local 4,500 members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) began a 48-hour strike. Buses and Seabus operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company are not running, potentially affecting tens of thousands of passengers. Company Services SkyTraincustomized shipping HandyDARTthe train West Coast Express and buses Blue buswhich mainly serve West Vancouverdoes not

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Can Ontario build 1.5 million homes by 2031?  |  Toronto's housing crisis

Can Ontario build 1.5 million homes by 2031? | Toronto’s housing crisis

The Ford government has promised to build 1.5 million homes in Ontario by 2031, but stakeholders warn that many things must change to reach that goal. Almost 2 years ago, the Ontario Progressive Conservatives came to the table a bill to speed up the construction of single-family homes and condominiums. The government wanted to get

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Tracking system and other premiums for policyholders.

Tracking system and other premiums for policyholders.

Insurance companies require their customers to install a GPS tracking system on their car, which is considered a high risk of theft, or face hundreds of dollars in additional costs. Radio-Canada obtained copies of letters from four different insurance companies sent to customers. In all cases, car owners are informed that their vehicle is considered

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