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Workers contest planned Nemak Canada plant closure

16 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Workers contest planned Nemak Canada plant closure Graeme Roberts The Canadian Unifor autoworkers union said its members at Nemak of Canada Corporation in Windsor gathered recently for a special meet... read more


Union rallies in support of GM Oshawa parts supplier workers

16 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Union rallies in support of GM Oshawa parts supplier workers Graeme Roberts "Hundreds" of members of Canada's Unifor and the general public gathered recently at Memorial Park in Oshawa for a ral... read more


Magna reports tougher second quarter

8 August 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Magna reports tougher second quarter Graeme Roberts Magna International said results came in slightly ahead of its expectations in the second quarter of 2019, driven by body exteriors & structure... read more


Subaru Canada sales up 2.3% in July

6 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

Subaru Canada sales up 2.3% in July Simon Warburton Subaru Canada (SCI) continues to show resiliency in the face of headwinds across the Canadian auto sector, posting its best-ever July sales last mo... read more


Ballard takes order for fuel cell modules for buses

30 July 2019 | Dave Leggett

Ballard takes order for fuel cell modules for buses Dave Leggett Ballard Power Systems has announced a purchase order from Solaris Bus & Coach S.A., a European bus and trolleybus manufacturer and... read more


Ford Canada to lay off 200 workers

22 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Ford Canada to lay off 200 workers Graeme Roberts Ford's Oakville plant will shed about 200 jobs from September, the company said. In a statement, the automaker said the changes were the result ... read more


Nemak to cease Windsor production by mid-2020

19 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

Nemak to cease Windsor production by mid-2020 Simon Warburton Lightweighting solutions provider, Nemak is to stop manufacturing operations in Windsor, Canada, by mid-2020. The plant represents a... read more


Woodbridge ploughs up to CS$100m in Ontario sites

12 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

Woodbridge ploughs up to CS$100m in Ontario sites Simon Warburton Foam technology supplier, Woodbridge is ploughing up to C$100m (US$77m) in two manufacturing sites in Ontario, Canada. ... read more


GM Canada-Unifor deal saves 300 Oshawa jobs

10 May 2019 | Graeme Roberts

GM Canada-Unifor deal saves 300 Oshawa jobs Graeme Roberts General Motors Canada and auto workers union Unifor announced they had reached a "Transformation Agreement" to "transiti... read more


Toyota Canada to manufacture Lexus NX SUVs at Ontario facility

30 April 2019 | Dave Leggett

Toyota Canada to manufacture Lexus NX SUVs at Ontario facility Dave Leggett Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) has announced that it will begin producing the top-selling Lexus NX and Lexus NX H... read more


FCA axing third Windsor shift

29 March 2019 | Graeme Roberts

FCA axing third Windsor shift Graeme Roberts Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is axing a third shift at its Canadian minivan plant. The Toronto Globe and Mail reported the automaker plans to cu... read more


Hyundai Canada launches fuel cell-powered SUV

19 March 2019 | Simon Warburton

Hyundai Canada launches fuel cell-powered SUV Simon Warburton Hyundai Auto Canada has announced the national launch of the first Nexo, Canada's only fuel cell-powered SUV. By collaborating ... read more


Dana TM4 China builds 12,000th electric powertrain

7 March 2019 | Simon Warburton

Dana TM4 China builds 12,000th electric powertrain Simon Warburton Dana's motor and inverter joint venture, TM4, has produced its 12,000th TM4 SUMO electric powertrain for buses and commercial v... read more


Hydro-Québec to deploy 100 new charging stations

29 January 2019 | Simon Warburton

Hydro-Québec to deploy 100 new charging stations Simon Warburton Hydro-Québec's public charging network, Electric Circuit, is to deploy around 100 new fast-charge stations, with more than1,600... read more


Westport Fuel Systems appoints David Johnson as CEO

16 January 2019 | Simon Warburton

Westport Fuel Systems appoints David Johnson as CEO Simon Warburton Westport Fuel Systems has appointed David Johnson as CEO, effective immediately. Nancy Gougarty has decided to retir... read more


Canada union head to talk Oshawa closure with GM

8 January 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Canada union head to talk Oshawa closure with GM Graeme Roberts General Motors' decision to close its Oshawa, Ontario, assembly plant is going to be hard-fought as far as the country's auto u... read more


Alcoa curtails some smelting capacity at Quebec facility

20 December 2018 | Simon Warburton

Alcoa curtails some smelting capacity at Quebec facility Simon Warburton Alcoa says it will immediately begin to curtail half of the one operating potline at the Aluminerie de Becancour (ABI) sm... read more


Workers return to GM Oshawa line after walk-out

27 November 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Workers return to GM Oshawa line after walk-out Graeme Roberts Workers returned to the assembly line at General Motors' Oshawa, Ontario, plant on Tuesday, a local union leader told local media, a... read more


Ford Canada chief rules out Canada plant closure

27 November 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Ford Canada chief rules out Canada plant closure Graeme Roberts Ford has no plans to carry out an assembly plant shutdown in Canada along the lines of the closure announced yesterday (26 November) by... read more


GM to close Oshawa assembly plant in Canada

26 November 2018 | Graeme Roberts

GM to close Oshawa assembly plant in Canada Graeme Roberts General Motors is expected to announce today (26 November) the closure of all manufacturing operations in Oshawa, Ontario, affecting th... read more


Magna Q3 net income up 8% to US$554m

13 November 2018 | Simon Warburton

Magna Q3 net income up 8% to US$554m Simon Warburton Magna has recorded third-quarter net income up 8% to US$554m, due to what it says is a "substantially lower income tax rate." On a ... read more


Linamar Q3 sales and profits rise

8 November 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Linamar Q3 sales and profits rise Graeme Roberts Canadian supplier Linamar increased third quarter sales 18.6% year on year to US$1.8bn. Operating earnings rose 13.7% to $161.4m. Net profit was ... read more


Tenneco to shut Ontario and Georgia operations

29 October 2018 | Simon Warburton

Tenneco to shut Ontario and Georgia operations Simon Warburton Tenneco is to close its original equipment ride control plants in Owen Sound, Ontario and Hartwell, Georgia as part of what it... read more


Magna inks deal to buy Haptronik

26 October 2018 | Simon Warburton

Magna inks deal to buy Haptronik Simon Warburton Magna has signed a deal to acquire Haptronik further investing in motion-control software and adding to the Canadian supplier's activities in mec... read more


Magna and Rohinni team on LED solutions

30 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

Magna and Rohinni team on LED solutions Simon Warburton Magna Electronics and Rohinni have formed a joint venture to produce ultra-thin micro LED lighting solutions . The Mag... read more


BC Hydro reveals seven Vancouver Island EV chargers

29 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

BC Hydro reveals seven Vancouver Island EV chargers Simon Warburton BC Hydro has unveiled seven electric vehicle fast-chargers on Vancouver Island, allowing drivers to travel between Ucluelet, Campbe... read more


BYD Canada secures electric bus order

16 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

BYD Canada secures electric bus order Simon Warburton BYD (Build Your Dreams) Canada has secured an order for nine long- range battery-electric buses from Société de Transport de Montr&... read more


Quebec orders nearly 500 BAE Systems electric-hybrid buses

15 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

Quebec orders nearly 500 BAE Systems electric-hybrid buses Simon Warburton BAE Systems says the Association du Transport Urbain du Quebec (ATUQ) has ordered 497 electric-hybrid buses using its&n... read more


Magna Q2 net income up 14% to US$626m

8 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

Magna Q2 net income up 14% to US$626m Simon Warburton Magna has posted second-quarter net income attributable to Magna International up 14% to US$626m. "We made progress recently on some st... read more


Toyota Kentucky plant now building 2019 Lexus ES350

6 August 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Toyota Kentucky plant now building 2019 Lexus ES350 Graeme Roberts Production of the redesigned 2019 Lexus ES350 on a new platform has begun at Toyota Motor's longest established US assembly sit... read more


Linamar CEO tears into tariffs

19 July 2018 | Dave Leggett

Linamar CEO tears into tariffs Dave Leggett The CEO of Canadian automotive components supplier Linamar has warned that the North American auto industry is potentially facing a crisis that will 'make ... read more


Dana and Hydro-Quebec ink joint venture

25 June 2018 | Simon Warburton

Dana and Hydro-Quebec ink joint venture Simon Warburton Dana and Hydro-Quebec have unveiled a joint-venture partnership in which TM4, a subsidiary of Hydro-Quebec, will become the supplier's sou... read more


Linamar has a good first quarter

16 May 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Linamar has a good first quarter Graeme Roberts Linamar's sales for the first quarter of 2018 were US$1,893.9m, up $237.9m from $1,656m in Q1 2017. Sales for the transportation segment ... read more


Magna announces record Q1 results

11 May 2018 | Dave Leggett

Magna announces record Q1 results Dave Leggett Magna has posted record quarterly sales for the quarter ended March 31, revenue up 21% year over year to US$10.79bn. There was also record quarterl... read more


Toyota to spend $1.4m on its Canadian factories

8 May 2018 | Staff reporter

Toyota to spend $1.4m on its Canadian factories Staff reporter Toyota Motor announced plans to spend CAD1.4bn (US$1.1bn) at two existing factories in Canada to support production of upcoming models.&... read more


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