The Automotive Policy Research Centre there says it has identified more than 200 auto parts manufacturing facilities Statistics Canada categorizes as something other than motor vehicle parts makers.
Ontario's former trade minister says China’s automakers should invest in Canada as a way to make trade inroads in the West.
Canadian auto dealers persuaded 18,509 people to take a pledge against distracted driving in March, more than double the number they set out to reach during a month-long campaign.
Ride-sharing is taking over in Shanghai. But it's not the kind of ride-sharing you're thinking of.
Canada, the United States and Mexico are likely to reach a basic accord over reworking NAFTA by the middle of next year, the head of America's biggest business lobby group said.
A settlement in the class action suit against Volkswagen Group Canada Inc. related to the 2.0-litre diesel emissions scandal has been reached and affected owners will get between $5,100 and $8,000 each.
South Trail Hyundai in Calgary is the first store in Canada to be built from the ground up entirely to Hyundai's Global Dealership Space Identity
New policies from Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) are taking a bite out of the rodent-infestation repair business as companies brace for impact by laying off staff.
In the United States, Volvo's new V90 wagon will be available only by special order; in Canada, it will grace showroom floors.
The launch of two new advanced-driving programs in Canada suggests a growing trend in using experiential marketing to help sell performance and luxury vehicles.
Automakers have been cautiously converting small numbers of vehicle body parts to lighter-weight carbon fibre. Canada's Magna International Inc. says it is ready to roll with it.
Never before have Canadian dealers sold so many new previous-model-year vehicles in the first quarter of a calendar year as they have so far in 2017, a sign the market is weakening, according to J.D. Power Canada.