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Automotive News Canada takes an in-depth look at Google's plan to convert 3.2 square kilometres of Toronto waterfront into a tech neighbourhood filled with autonomous vehicles.
Auto dealers are in need of skilled mechanics to work on vehicles that have more computer technology than ever. The consul general of Canada in Detroit said Canada must promote skilled trades.
The president of Canada's largest union called the AFL-CIO's support of President Donald Trump's proposed steel and aluminum tariffs “laughable” and “irresponsible” in a scathing letter.
In a candid interview, Magna International CEO Don Walker says increased costs in wages and electricity will make Ontario less competitive, but some say "sharing prosperity" is necessary.
General Motors Canada will likely hire fewer people than originally thought at its Oshawa, Ont., assembly plant as a result of cutbacks in car production, a local Unifor official said.
Canadian Jaguar Land Rover dealerships will redesign their buildings, a “necessary evil” JLR Canada President Wolfgang Hoffmann said will provide dealers a better environment to showcase vehicles.
Numerous vehicles are making their Canadian debuts at the Toronto auto show, giving dealers, executives and enthusiasts a chance to get a feel for the cars and trucks they'll soon see on the road.
Coming off record sales and heading into a forecast of increased production, Canada's auto industry still must deal with NAFTA uncertainty, new Ontario labour laws and Quebec's EV mandates.
A potential mixed-use development in Toronto, spearheaded by a corporate sibling of Google, could provide a first-hand look at how autonomous vehicles can transform urban design and living.
Canadian auto officials are cautiously optimistic that progress could finally be made on NAFTA's automotive rules of origin, a key provision that has been a stumbling block during renegotiation of the pact.
Automakers and suppliers must make enhancing cybersecurity a key focus if the connected, autonomous vehicles of the future are to be safe, the president of BlackBerry Technology Solutions said.
A world without NAFTA would be sure to disrupt the Canadian auto supply chain. As President Donald Trump's threat to withdraw looms, negotiators are set to meet in Montreal Jan. 23.
Pat Howk is a customer assistance specialist for a St. Louis dealership who has spent nearly half his life (he's 60) responding to vehicle owners' calls for roadside help.
Nissan Canada President Joni Paiva says the company listens to the Canadian market, which is why some vehicles and options differ from those south of the border.
General Motors will temporarily lay off workers at its Oshawa, Ont., assembly plant as the company adjusts production to address a weakening North American car market.
Automakers must keep their offerings strong in the truck segment to bolster profits, even as they invest more money into a tiny but growing EV market.
FCA's Brampton, Ont., assembly plant was given a new lease on life in 2016 when the automaker committed to retooling its paint shop for $325 million. But questions surround the longterm future of the plant.
Developing and rolling out infrastructure to support electric and zero-emissions vehicles in Quebec will be a daunting task. Toyota Canada thinks automakers should offer input on how best to serve the drivers.
Subaru is doubling down on the Legacy sedan, aiming to gain market share as buyer appetite for midsize family cars shrinks.
Martinrea's goal is to be so effective and productive that heads of automaker assembly plants don’t even know certain parts were produced by the company, the CEO says.
It isn't what Unifor's leadership was hoping for, but the new four-year labour contract at CAMI Assembly in Ontario is as good as they were going to get.
It isn't what Unifor's leadership was hoping for, but the new four-year labor contract at CAMI Assembly in Ontario is as good as they were going to get.
Unifor leadership described a Thursday meeting with GM as “constructive” following the latest efforts to end a strike at the Chevy Equinox plant in Ontario.
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