Mayor Wendy Quinlan said it looks like the plant may never open again.
Strong performance in North America helped it overcome troubles in Europe.
The two unions and the airline announced they would resume talks last month, but were waiting on Raitt to appoint an arbitrator.
Will introduce regulatory changes if necessary.
Big money projects abound in an auction for 11 plots in what could be some of the world’s most promising exploration territory.
Government spokesperson says Riadh Ben Aissa is charged with fraud and corruption.
The Office for National Statistics said GDP fell 0.2 per cent in the first three months of the year from the previous quarter.
Federal and provincial government restraint will slice 0.7 percentage points from economic growth in 2013 and slightly more in 2014.
If approved, Coke’s split would increase the number of its shares to 11.2 billion from 5.6 billion.
The frustrated employees of insolvent aircraft maintenance company Aveos denounced both Air Canada and the federal government for letting their former employer die.