Beyond Canada's auto factories and its suppliers pulses a third automotive stratum, one that extends well beyond the borders of Ontario. Schools and automakers are getting technical across the country.
Canada is hosting an annoyed U.S. as the sixth round of talks in the NAFTA renegotiation unfolds in Montreal. The Trump administration is making known its displeasure about Canada's contributions so far.
General Motors of Canada sees Ontario's strength in advanced technologies as strategically important for its plans for creating safe, driverless vehicles in the near future, its CEO says.
GM Canada President Steve Carlisle, who opened a new 700-employee software development centre north of Toronto, says a renegotiated NAFTA needs to reflect changing technology.
Toyota's pursuit of a mass-market hydrogen-fuel-cell vehicle has been relentless — some might say stubborn. This week, the automaker said 50 Mirai cars are bound for Canada, a country considering hydrogen as an alternative fuel.
BlackBerry Ltd., a company increasingly focused on technology for the self-driving vehicle market, is making an inaugural visit to the Detroit auto show, where CEO John Chen's team will debut a new product on Monday.
Ray Tanguay, Canada's "auto czar," has a warning for the industry and the federal and Ontario governments as Silicon Valley increasingly competes with automakers: We're not too big to fail.
After an eight-year hiatus, Ford is rejoining the midsize pickup market with the 2019 Ranger, which offers buyers some of the features and benefits they could get in an F-150 but with fewer customization options, a smaller footprint and lower price. It features new technology such as a standard 4G-connected Wi-Fi hot spot, FordPass Connect and pre-collision assist.
VW's redesigned 2019 Jetta sedan will be larger with improved driving dynamics while receiving an injection of safety and infotainment technology as it moves to the company's global MQB platform.
Industry-first engine technology, significant weight savings and a new inline-six diesel offering are among the enhancements General Motors is counting on to boost Chevrolet Silverado sales in Canada and bolster its position as the second-best-selling vehicle in America.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra expressed optimism on Saturday that the North American Free Trade Agreement would survive.
Volkswagen has agreed to a settlement worth up to $290.5 million with about 20,000 owners of 3.0-litre VW, Audi and Porsche diesel vehicles in Canada affected by the automaker's diesel scandal.