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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.
Unifor says there has been “some progress” in contract talks with GM. The two will resume negotiations at a hotel Wednesday, looking to end a strike at the Chevrolet Equinox plant in Ingersoll, Ont.
Canadian union Unifor met with General Motors on Sunday and presented a "comprehensive" labor proposal to the company in an attempt to end the week-long strike at CAMI Assembly.
General Motors confirms it has received Unifor's latest labour proposal amid ongoing contract talks with the union, on strike at the automaker's assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., where the Chevrolet Equinox is built.
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.
Unifor President Jerry Dias says the Ontario strike could go on for "quite a while." Neither side has much incentive to move from its position.
Canadian workers striking a key GM assembly plant could picket for a long while, Unifor President Jerry Dias said. GM Canada urged Unifor to "resume negotiations."
New Infiniti Canada boss Adam Paterson will lean heavily on his marketing skills as he tries to carve out a bigger piece of the market for Nissan's luxury brand.
Workers striking a key GM assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., could picket for a long while, Unifor President Jerry Dias said. GM Canada urged Unifor to "resume negotiations."
Unifor Local 88, which represents about 2,750 workers at CAMI Assembly in Ingersoll, Ont., said in a Sunday night post on its website that its bargaining committee was not able to reach a tentative contract with GM.
Canadian workers assembling GM's top-selling crossover are on strike. Unifor Local 88, which represents about 2,750 workers at CAMI Assembly in Ingersoll, Ont.
Contract talks between General Motors and Unifor were described by local union leadership as intense but progressing just hours before Sunday night's strike deadline at CAMI Assembly in Ontario.
A strike deadline of 10:59 p.m. Sept. 17 is set for the CAMI Assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont. The plant employs about 2,750 workers and builds the Chevrolet Equinox crossover.
Workers at General Motors' Ingersoll, Ont., assembly plant voted to authorize a strike should no labour agreement be reached next month.
Workers at General Motors' Ingersoll, Ontario, assembly plant voted to authorize a strike should no labor agreement be reached next month.
Magna International's second-quarter net income edged up 0.5 percent to a record $561 million. Revenue during the quarter rose 3 percent, driven in part by higher sales in Asia.
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