The sight of Bombardier Inc. shrinking before our eyes got me thinking about my conversation last fall with Tony Chahine, founder and chief executive of Myant Inc., which makes state-of-the-art computerized textiles in Toronto.
“I failed. I failed again,” Chahine said on stage with me at a Financial Post event in Edmonton. “When you fail in Canada, you are like a virus. People want to stay away from you, from banking to partners.”
Bombardier is a failure today.
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