A nightmare for SNC-lavalin

Even though the engineering firm has been involved in various scandals many times in the last 10 years, SNC-Lavalin (TSX: SNC) has never seen such a harsh day since 1992. In just one trading session, the title has lost more than 27%. This dramatic decline in his stock as eliminated […]

Incredible quarter for WSP

The WSP Group announced on November 8, 2018 an increase in revenues of more than 17% and an increase in net profits of more than 20%. The last quarter of WSP was excellent. A profit per share of 0.84, an increase of more than 18%. The order book is not […]

Bombardier’s Global 7500 is finally ready to fly

Bombardier (TSE: BBD.B) obtains certification for its Global 7500. The largest business jet with the best long-range capability on the market. On September 28, Bombardier Aerospace received Transport Canada type certification for the Global 7500, which will allow deliveries to begin by the end of the year. The range of […]

Glimmer of hope for Hydro-Québec

While several cities that produce their electricity using non-renewable energy are looking for green producers, the various clean energy producers are engaging in a fierce competition to win these lucrative contracts. Different cities and states of the United States such as Massachusetts and New York are starting to offer major deals. Take […]

Gaz métro becomes Énergir

Over time, some companies are moving away from their original area of ​​expertise.In fact, acquisitions and customer needs often force companies to change their product offer. That’s what happened with Gaz Métro. Even though 55% of their income comes from natural gas, it would be wrong to believe that the […]

Expansion in Scotland for Boralex

In recent years, the demand for green energy has only increased. Various companies are taking advantage of the situation to increase their production of renewable energies. A good example is Boralex (TSE: BLX), which made the strategic choice to set up in Scotland to diversify its activities. Boralex, a small […]