Tesla's battery maker suspends Canadian cobalt supplier amid sanctions concernJuly 19
Panasonic said it was unable to determine how much of the cobalt used in batteries it makes for Tesla cars comes from Cuba, a country subject to U.S. sanctions. As a result, Panasonic has suspended relations with a Canadian supplier.
Auto industry warns Trump administration of 'alarming' tariff falloutJuly 19
Ford bumps up the price for upcoming Edge STJuly 19
Canada plays down Trump comments on NAFTA, sees trilateral dealJuly 18
Canadian auto suppliers told to speak out against tariffs or 'go hungry'July 18
A roundtable about the impact U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs are having on the Canadian auto industry drew a standing-room-only crowd Wednesday in Windsor, Ont., where business owners were encouraged to stand up and speak out about the escalating trade war.
Ford recalls 550,000 Fusions, Escapes in North America for potential rollaway riskJuly 18
Ford is recalling nearly 550,000 2013-16 Fusion sedans and 2013-14 Escape crossovers for a potential rollaway risk because of faulty shifter cable bushings. About 37,000 of those vehicles are in Canada.
PSA Group eyes 4 provinces, 15 possible U.S. states for salesJuly 17
Bridge promises new gateway for automakers in U.S., Canada despite tariff battlesJuly 17
Subaru's sales ascent in Canada continuesJuly 17
Despite six consecutive years of growth in Canada, which has recently surpassed Australia as the third-largest market for Subaru, the automaker still hasn't reached its true potential here, experts say.
GM discontinues Chevrolet City Express small vanJuly 17
Ontario trade minister heads to Washington to defend auto industryJuly 16
Dealerships face a problem: Less land, large inventoriesJuly 15
Automakers rely more than ever on just-in-time parts delivery to build their vehicles. It's a strategy that could spill over to dealerships as some dealers grapple with reduced lot size and large inventory.