Articles By Esther Tanquintic-Misa

People look at a Jetstar aircraft from a viewing gallery at Singapore's Changi Airport February 10, 2009. The low cost airlines world conference will be held in Singapore on Wednesday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash

From Economy 11:28 pm

Airlinew News: Jetstar Japan Receives Much Needed A$114M Funding Boost From Qantas, Japan Airlines

Qantas and joint venture partner Japan Airlines will be injecting A$114 million ($97 million) into Jetstar Japan.

A lab technician works as Canada's Health Minister Rona Ambrose tours the Level 4 lab at the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Lyle Stafford

From Economy 11:14 pm

Wanted: Health-Care Workers To Help Fight Ebola In Africa – Canada

Canada has called on health-care volunteers to join the fight against Ebola in west Africa.

Alan Davies, chief executive of Rio Tinto's diamonds and minerals division, poses with a rare pink diamond in Hong Kong September 6, 2013. The Argyle Pink Diamond Tender, showcasing the finest coloured diamonds from Rio Tinto Ltd's mine in north

From Politics & Policy 1:41 pm

Canada's Diavik Diamond Mine Receives $350M Boost From Anglo-Australian Miner Rio Tinto

Rio Tinto will be expanding its Diavik diamond mine in Canada.

A huge video screen on Sword Beach shows U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin as they arrive for the International 70th D-Day Commemoration Ceremony in Ouistreham June 6, 2014. World leaders and veterans gathered by the beaches

From Politics & Policy 12:45 pm

2/3 Of Global Military Conflicts Instigated By U.S. – Russian Minister; Willing To Share With Asian Countries Army Modernization Experience

Russia said the United States is to be blamed for the world's current state of global security risks and destabilisation.

Bombardier's CSeries aircraft takes off for its first test flight in Mirabel, Quebec, September 16, 2013. Bombardier Inc's CSeries jetliner took flight for the first time early on Monday, the culmination of a $3.4 billion development program sho

From Economy Nov 27

Canada Jetlines Files For C$50 Million Airline IPO

Canada Jetlines will soon be Canada's newest ultra low-cost carrier.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel walk during a meeting in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2014. Merkel and Putin agree the Ukraine situation "has a tendency towards degradation" and have urged an intensification o

From Politics & Policy Nov 27

Merkel Blasts Russia Over Disregard Of Europe’s Peaceful Order; NATO Worried Russia Will Control Entire Black Sea Region With Abkhazia Treaty

The annexation of Abkhazia by Russia and it's potential control over the Black Sea region seems imminent.

A member of an expedition group stands on the edge of a newly formed crater on the Yamal Peninsula, northern Siberia November 9, 2014. A group of scientists and discoverers in November went on an expedition initiated by the Russian Centre of Arctic Explor

From Economy Nov 27

Plane Freezes in Russian Arctic, Passengers Push (WATCH VIDEO)

A Siberian plane whose wheels got stuck in the freezing cold was moved by passengers so it could take off, an act Russian authorities said is not allowed.

Pro-Russian Protesters Attack A Pro-Ukranian Protester During A Pro-Ukrainian Rally In The Eastern City Of Donetsk

From Politics & Policy Nov 27

Ukraine Military To Receive Winter Outfit From Canada, Possibly Weapons From Lithuania

Ukraine is set to receive much needed military aid from Canada and Lithuania.

People hang out in a Publix grocery store after being stranded due to a snow storm in Atlanta, Georgia, in this January 29, 2014 file photo.   Atlanta is usually known for its mild winters but when an ice storm began hitting the Metro area directly, traff

From Economy Nov 27

Weather Alert: Canada Advised To Brace For Winter Storm Cato

Canada's East Coast is in for an onslaught of snow, ice and rain.

The Mistral-class helicopter carrier Sevastopol, is seen at the STX Les Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard site in Saint-Nazaire, western France, May 15, 2014. The Sevastopol is one of two Mistral-class warships ordered by the Russian Navy. REUTERS/S

From Politics & Policy Nov 27

Ukraine Says Russia Has Stopped Delivering Coal, While France Delays Warship Delivery to Russia

Russia unexpectedly suspended delivering coal to Ukraine, and yet suffered a setback in the anticipated delivery of its Mistral warship from France.