Re: Editorial cartoon, July 22
Part of being a leading Canadian company means taking your lumps in the public conversation when you fail to meet expectations. At Bombardier, we view good-faith criticism and differing perspectives as opportunities to learn, and improve.
But this cartoon in the Star, comparing our executive team to inebriated airline pilots, was instead a cheap shot that did nothing to enlighten readers, and ignored the significant progress and improvements made by our new leadership team.
Mike Nadolski, VP, Communications & Public Affairs, Bombardier
This was originally published in the Toronto Star, Tuesday, July 26, 2016 in response to the following Editorial Cartoon: