It seems the Great White North is a blessing for those conducting automotive research and development.
Strategic moves are necessary in technology, science, education, government policy, manufacturing, customer engagement and trade, executives said at the first Automotive News Canada Congress.
General Motors of Canada chose to introduce the mid-size 2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2 pickup in Calgary for a reason: It's in the heart of Canada's truck country.
Mexico is prepared to negotiate changes to NAFTA to modernize the 23-year-old open trade pact grouping the United States., Canada and Mexico, a Mexican economic official said.
Cadillac will begin installing vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems in the 2017 CTS this month, allowing the vehicles to communicate with each other and their drivers about driving conditions.
If anyone is in the market for a new 1993 Cadillac Allante, there's one for sale in the showroom at Paul Sadlon Motors in Barrie, Ont.
Through an online challenge, General Motors Canada is crowdsourcing its next group of coding engineers to help design software for its vehicles. It's part of a push to hire 1,000 r&d employees.
Canadians have developed a taste for luxury. Cadillac has an ambitious US $12-billion global product plan, with new models arriving as early as 2018.
Joe Winkfein is technically Canada’s first Chevrolet Bolt owner, even though Claude Michaud of Sainte-Marcelline, Que., could probably lay claim to the same.
GM is cutting 625 jobs at its CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., by the end of July as it phases out two current generation vehicles and moves some work to Mexico, right before contract talks.
General Motors' decision to forgo available government money comes after Ottawa announced that the Automotive Innovation Fund (AIF) would provide non-repayable grants to automakers.
Canada has a chance to play a large role in the disruption of the auto industry, General Motors Canada President Steve Carlisle says.