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"quebec government" Discussed on Front Burner
"Okay and before we keep going with arguments on both sides here. I just want to clarify a few things with you one. You said that Dr Day wanted the right to bill for the same service The public system and the private individual. I don't understand that. How does this work? What it means is receiving the agreed upon fee the standard fee for service. That service might be taking out the appendix it might be it might be Performing a knee or hip replacement doing cataract surgery. Whatever So that's the basic fee? In addition to that there was a surcharge efficiency. Fee to get you seen sooner. How urgent is it? How about you know. How quickly do you want to work? do do. WanNa be seen at this hospital or that hospital. I have privileges three hospitals. What whatever the rules were at the time you could. You could build that extra amount on top of sort of jumping the line fee. Yes okay. I effectively certainly. That was the reason why a candidate health act was enacted mony Beige and one of the reasons was was to reaffirm that one of the principles of one of the key principles of the Canada. Health Act Is that it'd be fair and equitable to all Canadians. Which means that all Canadians would have equal access to a hip replacement near replacement cataract whatever regardless of their ability to pay based only upon medical needs. And this is the fundamental argument against the case. That is be may just made the case. I just made the British Columbia's case and of course they've been they've been joined by By a number of stakeholders including Canadian Doctors for Medicare and and and others. So we've done it. We can go home. We figured this out this. This very complex issue right. Nope not quite not quite okay. So before we keep going down this track. I also just want to clarify one other thing with you. Which is how the system currently works. Because I do know that you can access private medical services like Emirates for example. And so. Why why? Why am I allowed to do that? And and in Quebec for example you can get cataract surgeries and and pay out of pocket for those as well. Yeah so that's where things get a little bit complicated and so two to answer that question. You've got to go back to an important decision in in Quebec shall we Versus versus Quebec This is a case of back From back in two thousand and five. It was a decision by the Supreme Court of Canada. In which the court ruled that the Quebec Health Insurance Act and the hospital insurance act prohibited private medical insurance in the face of long. Wait times and that doing so violated the Quebec Charter of rights and freedoms also The same the same charter charter of rights and Freedoms Provisions. That you mentioned life liberty and personal safety you know the story of that cases that Is that having suffered in the past from Many health problems including a hip replacement to seventy-three-year-old salesman became an advocate for reducing. Wait Times and Jacques shall. We was the doctor who provided home appointments to patients. He attempted to get a license to offer his services in as an independent private hospital but was rejected and hence the case the court case the the suing the Quebec government intervention of his court of Canada. And I wanted to say that. Only the government has the power to make such wave show not provincial. Governors there were a lot of observers at that time that thought that that victory by showy was the beginning of the end of of of candidates healthcare system and an open invitation to to private insurers and double billing extra billing etc and it turns out that that's not what happened There's a lot of. There's a lot of moving parts here. But basically what's happened is that the Quebec government retreated and and amended legislation to permit Quebecers to purchase supplementary insurance In very narrow circumstances in procedures where they're unconscionably long. Wait catera exactly okay. So something for us to keep in mind.
Quebec to ban public employees from wearing religious symbols
"Fights over religion are not exactly new in Quebec the province has a long history of them. In fact, and there's one fight brewing right now that has implications. Well beyond the provincial border and could spark outrage around the world. Depending on who you ask the issue at stake in Quebec right now has either absolutely no need for any legislation at all. Or is an absolutely critical part of the province's democracy. So small stakes right Quebec's majority. Provincial government plans to adopt Bill twenty one before the national assembly breaks for holiday in mid June. If it passes the Bill would ban public workers in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols. He can imagine how messy that would get. So why is this Bill necessary? What problem would it solve how much public support? Does. It have how do it supporters defended against criticism that it will unfairly target Muslims, and particular, and why is this an international mess. Just waiting to happen. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Michael Cohen is a columnist and broadcaster and a recent graduate master's program in divinity at Trinity College. His stink tion with distinguished visiting. Shen? I I'm even special within the special. Well, we wanted to talk to you because this is a a religious matter. And because you've written you've written about it a couple of times, can you briefly just start by explaining what Bill Twenty-one in Quebec claims to do with a very well put that question when he claims to do what it's intended to achieve very different the things, but extensively I missed to remove all obviously, religious identification from public administration. So if you work for the state for the government, and that includes all sorts of things and teaches to police officers, and so on a many jobs in Quebec, you won't be allowed to wear things such as and he has become very pertinent Islamic headcovering. If you're a woman, perhaps a very obvious crucify. Fix. If you're a Christian yarmulkes skull Cobb, if you're Jewish and this would include a turban if you're a Sikh. Won't apply to people already in the service bought? It was brought in by a Quebec government that is populous to large degree on one with a safe majority and still have the majority and as I wrote him mcclain's. They certainly have the right to do this. Whether they they have the responsibility to act in such a way, but what is really aimed at quite obviously is Muslim women very few Jewish people where yarmulke some do modern orthodox Jews pretty wouldn't be in the public services much if you wear a crucifix. Well, it's generally underneath share and tuck it in. Yeah. And it's not required. There's no Christian nomination that requires that the Quebec was was clinical. It was a clerical state as was island as well. As to send incense Spain for the longest time, and all of these countries or provinces have reacted to that. And the related secularism. It's not particularly contemporary in Germany in the nineteenth century had what was called the call to come for whether the the Prussian state, which was Protestant. But just secular. Bismarckian wanted to defeat the power of the Catholic church in the south, and you have elements of that in what's going on now. So what happened in Quebec is that the Catholic church has really been expunged from power and on the prince has become fairly prosperous, partly as a result. But it's just I it's a coincidence. But after Catholicism came the the next most visible religion, which was the slim, and you have to throw into this is I'm a phobia, and I think the term is overused. It's one thing to to be very very angry about the what ISIS does and about the extremism that is within Islam, but that's a tiny minority of Muslim people. A most of the victims of that sort of craziness are the Muslims. What is the reasoning behind this from the government's point of view? What argument are they making about why this should happen? Just in state. They say there has to be a tangible division separation between church and state, and I think most Canadians would agree with that. We don't have that in our constitution, the Americans, actually, do we don't but affectively. We do have it. We don't have an established church like in England. And I think there are many people in Quebec because the left two largest into supported this, by the way, I think who would say, yes, we must have that. But another part of it is simply all of the polls of the ball pretty much supposedly being taken of showing. There is more anti-muslim feeling in Quebec than other parts of Canada. Yeah. Quebec is always been fairly raw in those terms. Its relationship with his Jewish minority. Montreal in particular has always been being not a troubled one. But a more vibrant, one, I suppose in some ways if you think of Linda Cohen and Mordecai Richler on on some, but at the same time there are issues there. So that there is the if you let positive church and state separation and the negative which is we don't like these people they have to completely assimilate with suspicious of so both of those elements are involved. What does it look like when it takes effect on the ground who will be impacted? The most was good question. We don't really know. We've already had some young women. Who are the he job who teaches English? They'll resign. They won't teach anymore. The protests all taking place. Teachers unions are very angry. I suspect as with the New Zealand symbolic gesture you would have some non Muslim women when wearing the job as a protest. But here's the problem. It will marginalize people who want to be part of mainstream society. I mean, this was like a birthday present to the radicals though. So because the Muslim radical position it all over the world, not just in case, I know Europe. Well, what they say to to almost as you will never fit in you part of world is lab, you're not part of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, so in a never never think you are now mostly Muslims. So that's not true. I am. You know, I I'm British. I'm french. I'm Jim and what to say to someone you cannot wear the job. Yeah. The radicals. And I've already read some of the propaganda. You see we told you. So they don't like you. They don't want you can only fit in. If you if you lose your slam and and Quebec has. They've said they're trying to defeat radicalism. They've played into his hands are outwardly visible religious symbols. Actually, a problem in any way that the government needs to address do we know of any sort of reasoning behind things that are resulting from this that the government should could could at least extensively be claiming to be fixing with this. I think the the book or the the full covering, which is very it's very isolated. There were very few people who actually have that. I think that is problematic. If you can't really see the person, you're speaking to this body language involved in a court of law, for example, or driving a car, but that's a tiny fringe, and that can be an and they're up most people, I know in the humidity have some issues with that too. But the hijab which is far more common, which you see quite a bit icon think of any problem. I mean, it's a problem for those people who regard it as a problem there. There have been experiments undertaken where people have put on a yarmulke a Jewish prayer cuff. Garing and won't through various areas to find out what the reaction is. Right. And it's not a problem for the person who's wearing it and phenomenal decent people. But the anti Semite for the big. It's a problem. There aren't many of those. I don't see this as being problematic. But I see on the in Toronto all the time young Muslim girls, we're gonna hit job and young girls. Have also races not wearing it. Just locking about being kids together just being normal and Canadian and we haven't seen it before. It's a new generation, but that's been said over and over again that was said when when ours Catholics came that was said when when Jews came the there's always a group who will react badly to a newcomer, but I don't see it as being offensive. I don't see how a teacher wearing a hit job is less able to do her job than a teacher not wearing when it comes to the wearing of the turban, and we dealt with this kind of long ago, you know, when seeks will prepare to late in their lives in huge numbers for the empire, the coming wealth in the second World War. And of course, the first World War people didn't. So I don't have. That you know, the head gear. And so if a Sikh qualms to be a call carry a sidearm and say, I'm gonna enforce law and order, and we said, well, you can't do it. Because of what you're wearing on. You know, we will most sensible than that. So all of these things can be accommodated. But there's some people who don't want to accommodate what has
"quebec government" Discussed on KCRW
"Several lawsuits and continued anger from pilots who didn't learn about the anti stall system until after the first crash thousands of people in Canada are out of their homes after heavy rains and flooding near Montreal forced of accusations. As Dan carpenter reports. A state of emergency remains in effect with more rain in the forecast. About fifteen hundred people many with just the clothes on their backs had just minutes to evacuate the area. Some tried to reach their homes to get pets bet occasions or other personal items, but invade police emergency workers told them to get out fast. The Quebec government has given the Red Cross one million dollars to help with the immediate needs of the evacuees in the area, the latest dike breach brings the number of flooded homes in the province to nearly six thousand for NPR news, I'm Dan carpenter. This is NPR news from Washington from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer was state and local news. Hundreds of people gathered last night at a park and powei north of San Diego to honor the victims of an attack on a Jewish synagogue. They hear people he'll candles and listen to prayers in Hebrew and community leaders asked them to do acts of kindness to remember Lori K, a sixty year old woman who was killed in the attack. Three people were injured including eight-year-old Neue to Han. She was hit by shrapnel, but is going to be okay. High pitched Shawn's of the k the woman who was killed was reportedly shot three times her husband physician tried to revive her.
"quebec government" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist
"Company and affiliates. Discounts on of able in all states or situations. Sessions are Saturday and Sundays I won't be doing this. I don't have the patience for that. Which day? Do you wanna do Saturday you into Saturday, and there's a ten AM session and at two pm session, which one of those do you think you'll be hitting both hang out? We'll wander downtown to. We'll see that's all mountain time. Tune into Twitter follower handle at TGI. Yeah. But we'll talk, and we'll talk more about that later in the show and talk about what we're going to be what we what we're expecting. Yeah. There's some possible. Revelation. The rumor mill is churning beaming. Charleston heavily celestial correspondence direct arresting. We are going to be you're gonna read it. They are going to be promoting not just accepting but promoting gay sex now from now on it's going to be live on stage. Yes, it is conference center ever every word house in the country in the world will require to gay men to have sex on the altar fantastic as well, Dan. Yeah. I've got some news from Quebec the the beautiful land of Quebec. Yes. The Canadian province. Yes. Of Quebec the witch she Frank francophone province, which calls their provincial. Evernden governing body their legislative body the national assembly. Yeah, these people they they don't. Anyway, they they really liked to be to think of themselves as the only important. Part of Canada part of Canada. Nonetheless, the national assembly has had a large apparently large crucifix hanging in it. True for. Since nineteen thirty six it's hung above the speaker's chair. Yeah. Well, this last Thursday one hundred three members of the national assembly voted in favor of a motion to remove the crucifix. There were no obstructions and vote against it. I do not believe so. Wow. This is this was article doesn't mention if somebody did this article. I'm sorry. This vote. Is part of a compromise of sorts that needed to happen has Cabello. The Quebec government has been trying to also outlaw religious headwear. Right. Hickey lower for government employees. Right. No sort of a certain level. We've talked. Yeah. We've talked about this before we've talked about how they they. They were gonna try to outlaw basically any religious outward religious shows. Yeah. Including. Necklaces and various and headscarfs and what and this has been controversial in the this is not something that I'm not sure I'm behind it. I find odd thing. Yeah. But what is interesting is. Here's this government body, and they're trying to get public employees to ban public employees from wearing these religious symbols, right? Well, they had this big cross up people were calling them out on their hypocrisy. And and so they were like fair enough. And so they're taking the thing down. There you go. So here's a quote from either leave one of the the lawmakers, we wanna show all Quebeckers that we are also ready to make compromises on on on this issue on the crucifix in order to get as much support possible. Mike goal is to unite Quebecers. So they see this like getting rid of outward signs of religiosity as a way to unite. Yeah. Rather than accepting pluralism, right? Because again, the cross take that fucker down. Yes. No matter what you up on the wall that needs to come down adornments in your halls religious dormancy your calls are wrong there. But they're different from personal religious. Freshen. Absolutely because that's on the person's carrying it with them. Right, right. They're not part of the this this building that is the symbol essentially of your government. And I think I think frankly, I feel like seeing different. I mean, okay. Maybe I'm wrong here. Because what I what I imagine is if if I went into a government building, and I saw a Sikh man in a turban and a Muslim woman in a job, and a, you know, a Jewish man with a kipah on all of these things. I would think oh good pluralism. Exactly. However if I walked into a courthouse in Kentucky and saw cross cross cross cross crucifix crucifix crew crucifix..
"quebec government" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"No, no. This is good thing. This is a good thing. They have hefty fines owners who don't control the dogs and strict rules about licensing and harnessing, that's good. So if you are a Canadian. Do you want to Calgary? Money raised through licensing is dedicated to educational campaigns owners love that and the most important part of the education campaign is they feel is that part of it in Calgary compliance is very high onus of pets and Calgary been incentivized to participate who love that the Montreal SPCA with lobbied against the municipal band on several fronts, including the aforementioned lawsuit is currently sponsoring a petition to block province-wide legislation that would give the Quebec government authority to ban specific dump rates. The organization called Bill one to eight which was proposed in April two thousand seventeen costly unfair ineffective in reducing the risk of severity of dog bites along with a petition the SPCA has posted alternative solutions to address the public safety issues of aggressive dogs on its website. The website is safer kinder communities dot com. The swift repeal of this legislation points to the power citizens have when using their voices at the ballot box Alana dean who is the. Director of animal advocacy, at the Montreal SPCA said we do believe that part of why project Montreal was elected is that commitment to important animal welfare issues. I'm impressed. I'm so impressed because we've had some blows recently in Nevada with an highly on educated, and no reason to be uneducated councilman and commissioners making decisions about animals that they have no experience. No education. No signs. Didn't bring any experts in did not read anything that myself and other animal advocates and experts and into them did not read any links did not watch any documentaries. Did not bring any professional ising patronizing politicians. Yeah. That's exactly exactly what happened and through that. They ended up. Repealing obama. We were having put in place, which would have been this week. Well, you could not buy puppies from stores because they're supplied by puppy mills, which are abuse mills basically to describe it and therefore more animals will suffer from that decision shocking. Outrageous, irresponsible had we so fired. Week. I almost lost my mind, and and so did many many other people because when it comes down to animal welfare. It's not hard stand up for animals. It's so easy. It's real easy. So I never understand why some of these things happen, and how can you be in a position and not do due diligence? And that Chile read and bring in experts and make a very informed decision on that. It was very very bad. So, but it's not dead wiccan bring that that that Bill back. It's not it's not dead. We're gonna put our energies back into it again and get the citizens on board who care about animal issues. Well, Jim, it's it's been quite the show this week, we've covered lots and lots of stuff for everybody. I will put links up on our Facebook page. So you don't have to go looking for these stories, and and the information we've covered protecting your dog's paws in the wintertime, we've covered you're lifting of the pit bull ban in Canada. Which is fantastic. I mean, that's really really great news because how distressing to have to relocate your pet or rescue animals, Christina. They're gonna get killed familiar. Big catch show today's well, it was a big cat show today not big catch. But a lot of cash. Yeah. Oh, not too scruffy. 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"quebec government" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Municipal ban on several fronts including the aforementioned lawsuit is currently sponsoring a petition to block provincewide legislation that would give the quebec government authority to ban specific dump rates the organization calls bill wants to eight which was proposed in april two thousand seventeen costly unfair ineffective in reducing the risk of severity of dog bites along with petition the spca has posted alternative solutions to address the public safety issues of aggressive dogs on his website the website is safer kinda communities dot com the swift repeal of this legislation points to the power citizens have when using the voices at the ballot box alana dean who is the director of animal advocacy at the montreal spca said we do believe that part of why project montreal was elected is that commitment to important animal welfare issues i'm impressed i'm so impressed because we've had some blows recently in nevada with an highly on educated and no reason to be uneducated councilmen commissioners making decisions about animals that they have no experience no education no signs didn't bring any experts and did not read anything that myself and other admiral advocates and experts and into them did not read any links to not watch any documentaries did not bring it in any professional grand izing patronizing politicians yeah that's exactly exactly what happened and through that they ended up repealing obama we were having put in place which would have been this week well you could not buy puppies from stores because they're supplied by puppy mills which are abuse mills basically to describe it and therefore more animals will suffer from that decision shocking outrageous irresponsible had been so fired that week i almost lost my mind and so did many many other people because when it comes down to animal welfare it's not hard stand up for animals it's so easy it's really easy so i never understand why some of these things happen and how can you be in a position and not do due diligence and actually read and bring in experts and make a very informed decision on that it was very very bad so but it's not dead we're going bring that that that bill back it's not it's not dead we're going to put our energies back into it again and get the citizens on board who care about these animal issues well jim it's it's been quite the show this week we've covered lots and lots of stuff for everybody i will put links up on our facebook page so you don't have to go looking for these stories and and the information we've covered protecting your dog's paws in the wintertime we've covered you're lifting of the pit bull ban in canada is fantastic i mean that's really really great news because how distressing to have to relocate your pet or rescue animals christina they're gonna get killed for nearly a big cat show today's well it was a big cat show today not big catch but a lot of cat yeah we talking about how to make visits better to the veteran to the groomers puma the puma fume and the cat forgets kept forget i'd love that she calls herself that the cat forgets product in phoebe what was it again darkened phoebe dot com dark.
"quebec government" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Arbitrage is working you're not only saving money on the on the operation of the company but then on a personal level what you actually wind up paying yourself goes like much much further so the consequences both de risk and a lot of happiness enjoy so yeah what do you do with all that joy well maybe you take a little bit cation maybe you save it you have a good time or you do it i do and you get a tax credit along the way so this is all the more insanity i'm just this is all true when i'm telling you now so i was certified as an expert by the quebec government so we went to montreal montreal quebec and they have another program there that says if you a certified expert and you come to canada to build a business and do thing we're going to waive your taxes we're going to waive all your frigging taxes so the tax rate in candidates they put it in situation here it's twenty five percent federal and then around twenty eight percent between state and local in quebec it's pretty high so it's like fifty three percent when you're fully and now you're like that sounds really high i was with a friend of mine in oakland yesterday brought this up with him he was like fifty one percent in oakland i was like really you pay fifty one it's so high and he was like i know it's actually what it is so he was like david that's actually not fiftythree fully loaded in in quebec is like only marginally more than in oakland california but like i don't get shit right aren't get free healthcare i don't get anything i just pay fifty one percent so you're paying fifty three but i'm not really paying fifty three because as you see here all my provincial and state tax is waived for the first two years i'm only just paying twenty five paint twentyfive percent federal for twenty four months and then slowly the provincial tax will ramp back in the last three years so this is called a tax holiday and now you just continue.
"quebec government" Discussed on Le Show
"A study published in the prestigious journal environmental health perspectives i read it for the pictures indicates there may they may also have an impact new nicot annoys on human health by disrupting our hormone systems the study indicates more work must be done of the potential endocrinedisrupting effects of new nicotinoid 's those fees are looking mighty sexy to me right now the quebec government has recently decided to more strictly regulate the use of new nicotinoid widely used by quebec farmers to control crop pests very little research has been done on the effect of the drugs on human health but to researchers have been interested in the mechanisms of meant endocrine disrupting chemicals and found that they tested the effect of new nicotinoid on the production of estrogens by targeting a rotates aqui enzyme in the synthesis of estrogens they were able to test the impact of three nick new knicks on breast cancer cells results show an increase in a rotates expression and a unique change in the pattern in which role matteis was expressed which is similar to that observed in the development of certain breast cancers and the european union will ban need nia knicks from all field due to the serious danger they pose to b's the ban was approved by member nations this week is expected to come into force by the end of the year now they can only be used in closed greenhouses the e u banned the use of new dink nicotinoid flowering crops at attract bees in twenty thirteen but in february a major report from the european union's scientific risk assessors concluded that the high risk both honeybees and wild bees resulted from any outdoor use because the pesticides just happen to contaminate soil and water is all.
"quebec government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Power of christ's love to prevail and following the commotion sparked by his use of the word royal hinge pope francis appeared more relaxed as he challenged young christian leaders to be confident in their faith and to serve the world around them a canadian judge has suspended positive quebec law the band publicsector employees in those using public services from covering their faces civil liberties groups had argued that the ban discriminated against muslim women the quebec government was told it needed to clarify in detail how the law would be implemented the province's authorities say that a ban is necessary to security and communication bbc news hello there it takes six gmc welcome see weekend on the bbc world service with me ben james coming up a violent sunset in sarajevo sporadic fighting through the night that we were spared the five am bombardment of the key is to mornings in the first few days the oath turkish quarter has been knocked to bits by serbian artillery nazi former bbc correspondent martin bell reporting from the balkans in the early 1990s who got his thoughts on the dramatic and this week to the work of the international criminal tribunal for the former yugoslavia in the hague and also keep me company here in the studio this morning the british travel rights it cohen super an noszaly kelly at professor of middle east politics at sell us here in london first of all let's go to honduras in central america where tensions are rising following a disputed election last sunday the publication of results has been postponed again overnight the opposition candidates salvador nasrullah says.
"quebec government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The story that without over the past year and of course the concern here in asiapacific is whether or not that starts v counterproductive do a lot of the equity markets have dollar because douglas thank you so much for coming on the program that was fourth with their md headed back the capitaland and company looking to cross equity markets bid across the asiapacific will flesh out the markets lory for you further in a few minutes stay with us this is bloomberg with a bloomberg business of sports report i'm michael barr some considered one of the biggest olympic white elephants of volta the washington post reports montreal's olympic stadium is still trying to find a permanent tenet it was inaugurated for the 1970s six olympic summer games recently it was used al's refugees as they crossed the border now the quebec government says it plans to spend up to one hundred ninety five million dollars for new roof many in montreal one to end tax dollars being poured into it jack todd sports columnist with the montreal gazette called it a money gorging rathole anew ski specialist airline is already on the brink of being grounded even before getting off the ground the first flights with cowed air from uk airports new switzerland were all set start next month but the airline told the graf a key financial backer is walked away personal reasons and leaves thousands of skiers and snowboarders disappointed with a bloomberg business of sports report i'm michael barr here's advice and following europe's markets round the clock let us do it they say missing hair here as it is in the us we have seen risk free pay more expertise lies exhaustion bloomberg daybreak europe weekdays at 100 am eastern on bloomberg radio broadcasting live to new york virulent 300 to washington.
"quebec government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Beauty will hike rates as soon as the number given the recent up in prices which have been driven more by week productivity rather than a broadbased recovery governor carney may reiterate that a rate increase will be appropriate in coming months after making the same point in washington last week in london christine aquino bloomberg daybreak europe catalonia's regional government meets later in barcelona to consider its options that's a spanish prime minister mary honor a wholly threatens to seize direct control of the region unless president carlos pushed him on trucks his demands for independence meanwhile spain's national court has ordered the catalan police chief to surrender his passport after finding evidence that he his force spying on its rivals in madrid or a that's the latest when it comes to politics and spain all to corporate news next to airbus has agreed to acquire a majority stake in bull barges cseries jetliner program the deal comes after more than six billion dollars in development costs forced bombard yet to rely on government assistance for wallets bringing bloomberg's aerospace reporter q he park now now queuing he great to have you on the show how will this deal help ball body and the series program it's been especially experiencing some sluggish sales yes airbus coming in is definitely going to help on bharti because it's gonna eased some of the financial burden for bombarda in developing and marketing this series so it's a definite when when 404 from bharti you know they've been struggling with so much dads and cost overruns and if venture lead the quebec government had to come in and help them so this is deafening very good move for from bombarded a good move for bombastic him he what will airbus gained from the deal airbus is going to be adding a new product to their line of portfolio so it's their booby offering more and more product basically and it's a product that they right now don't have an a product to offer so this is going to be good for airbus as well because you know there are pockets of regions where the cseries stephane will work for airlines and some of airlines are have been looking for an aircraft that would serve that's market that the series with serve so that would really help airbus to provide a more sort of wide range of before.
"quebec government" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The practices of for those in power since years war completely on competent to really reach a deal with b corporate multinational business look at the governor of tweed do with netflix the same thing you know the liberal agenda since two years that everything must be under the guidance of corporate business and the market forces aside from i mean i know you have opposition to this ideological opposition to this but at a pragmatic level right now what lombardi is saying is that the near about plant will even ramp up production with these airbus deal they'll keep the jobs we can't forget the more than a billion dollars could back has invested the three hundred million dollar noninterest loans that canada has invested we stood to lose all of that if they weren't successful is that not the case carol that's the way all government have used goes to accept these type of uh agreements that's not true i'm sorry the quebec government was half half in the ownership of the project no they're nineteen percent versus twenty one percent football body soulful bump out of years to win situation but for public funds it's a disaster and there is no guarantee for example explaining that there will be job these are just promises but remind you aired canada promised about ideals keeping jobs in montreal in a matter of two years they will also these political promises are are applauded by everybody but the worth nothing they have promised off but nothing were kip nor jobs a new headquarters the thing though is bombarded the eight it maybe it was a bad idea the investment was huge said canada has made that bombarda says the airbus in now will give them a global scale and reach they never could have been able to get on their own that there even saying this you bill maher is saying that that this has nothing to do with the tariff is nothing to do with what happened was billing that this was a good deal in any event kill we could have had that.
"quebec government" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast podcasts man there are so many of them out their podcasts platelets collects size sets the fess podcast playlist with hosts that galloway and lindsey michael cited at c dot com slash podcast place subscriber idc's or your favorite podcast at hello i'm carol us good evening i'm geoff douglas and this is as it happens the podcast addition since it's tonight and the winner is well who exactly after benzarti rda faces sky high tariffs from the us airbus steps in to give the companies see series jets a list but some quebec politicians wonder who were really benefit he'd been down so long but being down still bothered him i used a man was stuck at the bottom of the manhole for nine these tonight we'll speak with a firefighter who rescued him covered charge the quebec government is getting ready to van burqas for anyone receiving a public service our guest says he's tired of the veiled threats against muslim women's veils first they took care cook now iraqi forces are pushing deeper into kurdish controlled territory a kurdish general however says his people are still ready to fight for independence another nail in the coffin we assumed last week's albeit for jeremy the rare snail was the only snail obituary ever on this program that were aghast defined empire guests discussing another gassed applaud that ghosted and kiss of near deaths a british man shares his harrowing tale of smooching the dover sole he had caught and then suffering a cardiac arrest when that trump seoul leapt into his mouth and down his throat as it happens the tuesday edition radio that knows the eyes may be the win news to this all but the mouth is definitely not a door.
"quebec government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This after bowling complained that the canadian aircraft manufacturer received unfair help from its government candidates prime minister justin trudeau spoke to reporters about that decision obviously disappointed by by the decision i will continue to fight for the jobs bloomberg global trade reporter andrew my eight adjoining itself and andrew on this could impact the delivery of these jets and i understand delta has already ordered down and that delivery was pending to bring this up to speed what's happening here boeing complained of bet bump rda has been shelling in the us at below fair market value they also complain that that of bharti has her she unfair sub from the qaeda quebec government but what happened accomplished apartment and polish preliminary duties on but bardia claim old aeneas so so it walk us to some of the numbers this is the suspend a six billion dollar investment on the part of a body in in this plane which is it's series cib believe a hundred two hundred and foot 150seater and and a lot of mayor lines including american airlines a wanted to buy this plain this is a huge part of come parties success i mean they've big gummy idea airline flight dolkar would be looked into by smaller weaker more fuelefficient plant and if this trade dispute continues to hang like a cloud over the theory that the big issue for program bharti for sure i mean if the company that had financial troubles with or a child to be bailed out by the corvette governor matt cain government does not bode well from the bharti of in the bigger story though is is you know this is it will do nothing to help our trade relations between canada us which were already heading in a difficult direction with the nap car any also doesn't help with the uk this actually impacts uh prime minister theresa may and the uk because of the parts that are made over there explain that to us yeah so boom bharti has the planned in northern ireland and theresa may weighed in on us you know it kind of underscores the risk here i mean the risk is you could have a domino affect where countries around the world start punishing boeing and then government start retaliating and you get into you know that type of.
"quebec government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That decision obviously disappointed by by the decision i will continue to play part for the jobs bloomberg global trade reporter enter my eight joining us now and andrew on this could impact the delivery of these jets and i understand delta has already ordered down in that delivery was tending to bring this up to speed what's happening here throwing complained that from rda hedging selling in the us at below fair market value they also complain that of party joshi unfair subsidies from the clean a quebec government and what happened the commerce department and post preliminary duties on but bharti claim sold under us so so walk us through some of the numbers this is the suspend a six billion dollar investment on the part of a body in in this plain which is it's series she i believe a hundred two hundred and foot 150seater and and the lot of airlines including american airlines a wanted to buy this plain lifted huge part of parties the success i mean they've big gummy idea airlines flight dolkar would be looking to buy smaller sleeker more fuelefficient plant and if do this trade dispute continues to hang like a cloud over the theory that the big issue for cooking bharti for sure it's a company that had financial troubles with or it tried to be bailed out by the quebec government mccain government does not bode well from lombardi in in the bigger story is you know this is this will do uh nothing to help bar trade relations between canada us which were already heading in a difficult direction but the nafta karch any also doesn't help with the uk this actually impacts of prime minister theresa may in the uk because of the parts that are made over there explain that to us yeah so the boom bharti has the planned in northern ireland and theresa may weighed in on this kind of underscores the risk here i mean the risk is you could have a domino affect where cutters rather low start punishing boeing and then government start retaliating and and you get into you know the.
"quebec government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An investor in bomb party a the canadian the maker of aircraft and trains you're having a very bad day because the stock is down more than eight and a half percent it open down more than sixteen percent and this has to do with it c series jet and a tariff of two hundred and twenty percent that the united states has levelled against bombarda to sell those planes into the united states here to tell us more is andrew my yet a he's our bloomberg trade were porter he joins us from washington and joining us from edinburgh scotland is george fergusson he's our senior aerospace defence an airlines analyst for bloomberg intelligence andrew let's begin with you if you could just lay out exactly what happened and why sure so boeing brought a complaint from us against the party on two fronts basically they allege that the party has been receiving unfair government subsidies for years from the canadian government the quebec government at all so the uh they've been trying to sell their hearing small passenger jet into the us at less than fair market value at though this was the first ruling by the commerce department it preliminary as you said larry that a rate of two aren't twenty percent customs obote go begin to collect does it the final uh ruling will probably come from uh the international trade commission next year where determine how much are a boeing suffered so georgia come on in here we see them the bharti shares are down massively today nearly ten percent how long lasting could this potential hit the fourparty so i took it could last uh quite a while challenge here really is that a delta was a good portion of the order book and think a very important order abakhan along with our partners to a large wellrespected airlines operating.
"quebec government" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Well if you're an investor in bombarda the canadian to maker of aircraft and trains you're having a very bad day because the stock is down more than eight and a half percent it open down more than sixteen percent and this has to do with it c series jet and a tariff of two hundred twenty percent that the united states has levelled against bombarda to sell those planes into the united states here to tell us more is andrew majaeda he's our bloomberg trade reporter he joins us from washington and joining us from edinburgh scotland is george fergusson he's our senior aerospace defence an airlines analyst for bloomberg intelligence andrew let's begin with you if you could just lay out exactly what happened and why sure so going brought a complaint from u s against the bar on two fronts basically they alleged that party has been receiving unfair government subsidies for years from the canadian government and the quebec government at all so that they've been trying to sell their nearing small passenger jet including us at that bear market value and so this was the first ruling by the commerce department it preliminary you said well i read at a rate of to earn twenty percent over go begin to collect those at the final ruling will probably come from the international trade commission next year where determine how much are a boeing suffered said george come on in here we see them the bharti a shares are down massively today nearly ten percent how will all wrong lasting could this potential hit b4 pump rda uh so i think it could ally got quite a while i take the challenge here really is a delta when a good portion of the order book and i think it.
"quebec government" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"It was delayed and that's where we see more money have to come in from it from the quebec government and from the canadian government and certainly in the latter in the case of the form of loans but it has range its new generation aircraft and although boeing and airbus do not have a direct competitor at the moment and the only really touches at the larger end of the c series sleep seat cycle see has three three hundred buying for some reason are particularly concerned about this deal done with delta certain so what his bones complained that that bombardier has received a direct government support from the canadian government from it local state government and from here in the uk where i think you're right it seems to be it's received money from everybody her if program but we have to sort of put this in context of sierra person burying loop strangers to wto investigations in government support in their cases and indeed under us defence contract so there's a cruise coudn't pendant research and development which can be charged in the news for any a research purpose and it's also very interesting to note against the background of concessions and so price dumping the airbus and boeing an order was announced firm the china development bank leasing company yesterday and it's reported in the press that quote significant concessions were offered to get those voters in place so because this is the normal the normal way the game works is an have it if you have a new aircraft you have to sell it cheap to get some cells under your belt of course you do is known as the launch customer or in the case of some companies which are hoping wellknown allowable was become strategic holders and the we wonder quite when the return will be made you can't do it forever under the difference here is that there's a link orders supposedly inc between the money supporting the project securing actually bombarded because it was quite on the edge at one time and then about having these oldest but you absolutely right you have to gain momentum you have to put it in place and the other interesting thing artists are just gonna say this is you look at how much 34 production costs boeing has still on amortize for the 77 program if we do get a decision today chris will then be the end of it.