General Motors is reducing production at powertrain factories in Canada and the United States as a result of an ongoing strike at the Chevrolet Equinox plant in Ingersoll, Ont.
Delphi Automotive has entered into a commercial partnership with Canada's BlackBerry for the development of the U.S. supplier’s turnkey automated driving platform.
The United States is expected to clarify its demand for more stringent rules of origin in the auto industry during the next round of NAFTA talks, scheduled to start Sept. 23 in Ottawa.
The union representing 2,500 striking workers at the GM Canada plant that makes the Chevrolet Equinox says it has invited GM management to resume contract talks.
Toyota Canada and Transition Energetique Quebec are going to study the need for hydrogen infrastructure to support the introduction of fuel cell vehicles in the province.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau says his ride around Parliament Hill in a driverless bus Wednesday was a proof of Canada's progress toward autonomous transit.
GM Canada has warned about 300 workers who make Chevy Equinox transmissions in Ontario they will be laid off soon if the automaker and Unifor can't reach a new contract at the nearby CAMI plant. Meanwhile, the strike led Magna to stop parts production.
Toyota supplier Toyotetsu is transferring stamping work to Ontario from Kentucky to supply the new Lexus RX, which is built in the province. It's also expanding operations in preparation of the soon-to-be redesigned RAV4.
FCA is recalling almost 50,000 Pacifica minivans in Canada the United States because if they are driven too fast and too furiously, one of the second-row seat belts might unbuckle.
The Ontario government executed a search warrant at the Volkswagen Canada offices on Tuesday as part of its investigation into an emissions scandal now entering its third year.
GM and Unifor, the union representing about 2,800 striking workers at the CAMI assembly plant, have talked informally over the phone but aren't yet back the bargaining table, a union official said.
Unifor President Jerry Dias said the strike at General Motors' Ingersoll, Ont., assembly plant could play out for "quite a while." He could be right.