FCA is recalling 490,000 vehicles in Canada over a defect that could prevent drivers from deactivating cruise control and says owners should not use the function until they receive software upgrades.
None of GM Canada's manufacturing facilities send waste to landfills, a policy the company said has helped it save money and become more efficient.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has expressed optimism about NAFTA talks that have been thrown into disarray by a U.S. probe exploring auto tariffs, while a source said Mexico had made a new offer to seek a deal.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he plans to tell U.S. President Donald Trump that his threat to slap tariffs of up to 25 per cent on vehicle imports would have an "incredibly negative effect" on the American economy.
Daimler AG's Car2Go is suspending its Toronto operations at the end of the month because of forthcoming parking regulations and new licensing fees.
The 2018 Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association Conference and Exhibition is being moved from Caesars Windsor Casino due to an ongoing strike by Unifor there.
Any new tariffs on car and truck imports to the United States are being described by Canadian automotive associations as “not smart” and “heavy-handed.”
Porsche Cars Canada Ltd. has tapped Colas Henckes to be its new marketing director, effective July 2.
The Trump administration on Wednesday launched an investigation into whether tariffs are needed on the imports of automobiles into the United States, moving swiftly as talks over NAFTA have stalled.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday called Canada “difficult” and predicted U.S. automakers and auto workers will be “very happy” with the outcome of talks over a new NAFTA.
Canadian auto dealers have given Mercedes-Benz Financial Services the highest rating among captive finance companies in J.D. Power's annual study of dealer satisfaction with lenders.
New Brunswick will add a combined 12 standard Level 2 charging stations at six provincial parks. The province has seen growth in the EV market and 95 per cent of tourists arrive by car.