GM Canada supports its parent company's suggestion the U.S. mandate a particular percentage of annual new-vehicle sales be of the zero-emissions variety. It's an about face for GM Canada, which was against ZEV quotas.
Since cannabis is more accessible, the concern over workplace impairment due to pot use is well founded. Should it elicit wide-spread panic in the industry, though?
OpenRoad Auto Group is launching what it says is Canada’s first multi-brand luxury car subscription service, featuring 25 models from nine of the Vancouver dealer group’s 19 brands.
China’s BYD Co. Ltd. has put plans to open its first Canadian electric truck plant on hold but could revive the project when the electric vehicle maker sees a business case, a company executive said.
Chief engineer Yoshikazu Saeki said he wanted to bring the latest RAV4 back to the essence of a utility vehicle: a multipurpose option that can handle adverse road conditions and still make its passengers feel safe.
One of the loudest voices in Canada's corner during trade talks to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement was Unifor President Jerry Dias. Don Walker is transcending the traditional role of auto supplier.
Cannabis is now legal, and the Canadian auto industry is grappling with how far it can go to control use in the name of safety.
GM Canada and its local dealers have teamed up to train workers at the Oshawa Assembly Plant to become auto service technicians. The automaker plans to close the factory at the end of 2019. GM says the training program will cost millions.
In a market that's tilted 70-30 toward light trucks, why does Toyota bother to invest in cars? Because in that smaller market, Toyota is a giant. And it has even more elbow room now that the Detroit 3 have decided to vacate several car segments.
NAFTA allows any country to formally withdraw with six months notice. U.S. President Donald Trump said trade rules before NAFTA “work very well.” He said Congress will face a choice of USMCA or no deal.
The U.S., Canada and Mexico signed a new trade deal championed by President Donald Trump to replace the quarter-century-old NAFTA, capping a year of intense negotiations and offering a glimmer of certainty amid rising global tensions over trade.
New research from Michigan State University suggests light rain and drizzle can confound the algorithms that autonomous systems use to detect pedestrians, bicyclists and other road users. It's not a good sign for Canada, home to four seasons and Vancouver's infamous rain.