Organizations with at least 20 employees are being encouraged to hire at least one person from the disabled community.
The resignation means no member of the firm’s founding family will be involved in day-to-day operations, for the time in 75 years.
Public outcry saw the company face scathing criticism for almost two weeks.
The transport giant has admitted it did “a bad job” explaining its original decision and will now put pay rises off until 2020.
Trudeau was questioned over the government's bailout of Bombardier after senior execs saw a hefty compensation rise last year.
The Montreal-based juggernaut says the cuts will come over the next two years, mainly in Canada and Europe.
Terminating an employee is rarely straightforward but the issue becomes considerably more complex when they’re on protected leave.
Several Canadian companies have once again made the grade - they’re certainly doing something right.