​Canadian defence minister cautions Boeing after CSeries investigation - Flightglobal

Canadian defence Minister Harjit Sajjan sent Boeing a stern rebuke this week after the company prompted a US investigation into Bombardier. After Boeing accused Bombardier of dumping its CSeries jet onto the US market, the US Department of Commerce ...

Harjit Sajjan blasts Boeing over trade spat with Bombardier in defence industry speech - CBC.ca

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is calling on Boeing to halt its trade complaint against Bombardier, while further sharpening the Liberal government's threat to cancel the planned sole-source purchase of 18 Super Hornet fighter jets. His comments ...

Defence minister defends Bombardier, scolds Boeing for trade complaint - The Globe and Mail

Canada's defence minister is doubling down on Ottawa's threat to jettison a multibillion-dollar purchase of Boeing warplanes if the Chicago company doesn't abandon a trade complaint against Montreal aircraft maker Bombardier. Defence Minister Harjit ...

Canada: Boeing an ally but Bombardier petition disappointing - Reuters Canada

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's defense minister, Harjit Sajjan, said on Wednesday that Boeing Co will be a trusted military ally in decades to come, but that its anti-dumping petition against Bombardier Inc is not behavior expected of a partner. Sajjan ...

Canada Defense Minister blasts Boeing over trade spat with Bombardier - Seeking Alpha

Canada Defense Minister Sajjan blasts Boeing (BA +0.7%) for picking a trade dispute with Bombardier (OTCQX:BDRAF, OTCQX:BDRBF) and repeats the government's thinly veiled retaliation threat to scrap the planned purchase of 18 Super Hornet fighter ...

Sajjan urges Boeing to withdraw Bombardier complaint - Skies Magazine (press release)

Boeing Corp. was urged today by Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan to withdraw its complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) that Bombardier's C Series is being unfairly subsidized by the federal and Quebec governments. Boeing Super Hornet ...

Defense CANSEC - Colorado Springs Gazette

photo - National Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan speaks at the Canadian Association of Defence and Security National Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan speaks at the Canadian Association of Defence and Security conference in Ottawa, Wednesday, May 31, ...

Defence minister says Boeing's complaint about Bombardier means it's no longer a 'trusted partner' - National Post

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan suggested Wednesday that Boeing, the U.S. aerospace firm from whom the government is considering purchasing billions of dollars worth of fighter jets, can no longer be considered a trusted partner. And though he stopped ...

Canada to Boeing: Drop Bombardier Dispute - TheStreet.com

Canada's Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan said today that Boeing (BA) remains a trusted military partner in the coming decades, despite the government threatening to abandon plans to purchase Boeing's fighter jets, Reuters reports. Sajjan called on ...

Sajjan blasts Boeing in defence industry speech over trade spat with Bombardier - CTV News

OTTAWA -- Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan used a major speech Wednesday to the defence industry to blast American firm Boeing for picking a trade spat with Bombardier. Sajjan said Canada is disappointed by the "unfounded" action by one of its major ...

Sajjan says Boeing is not a trusted partner as Super Hornet dispute escalates - Ottawa Citizen

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan suggested the U.S. aerospace firm that wants to sell billions of dollars worth of fighter jets to Canada can no longer be considered a trusted partner. Although he stopped short of cancelling the Liberal government's plan ...

Defence policy review: what's Canada waiting for? - Hill Times (subscription)

If Canada is waiting on the U.S. for policy direction, it better not hold its breath. The Trump administration still isn't fully staffed. Even when it is, Canada will not be top of mind. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has been kicking around the ...