Bombardier’s announcement that it will cut about 5,000 jobs in the next 12-18 months came as a “shock” to the Machinists Union, which represents 20,000 Bombardier workers in Quebec. Job reductions are expected to impact about 2,500 IAM-represented employees in Canada, the union said. Details so far are few. With the industry needing skilled workers, employees came to work the morning of the announcement feeling good about their futures, said DeLane Adams, communications ...

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