The Canadian parts association says it views putting U.S. customs facilities in Ontario auto plants "very favourably" and that "technology has caught up to intent," making the idea a real possibility.
Ontario led Canada with 7,477 sales of battery and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in 2017 while Quebec had the highest percentage of EVs sold, at 2.2 per cent of all vehicles, says FleetCarma.
One thing about Marchionne stands out as the onetime tax accountant and philosophy student prepares to step aside after nearly 15 years running first Fiat and now FCA: The guy knows how to make money.
New-car dealers directly employed 53,000 people at the end of 2016, up 30 per cent since 2001, PricewaterhouseCoopers says in a study commissioned by the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association.
Magna CEO Don Walker says Canada is “too socialist” while Hyundai Canada's boss says the Genesis model isn't an attack on dealerships. They were part of the Automotive News Canada Congress last week.
Automotive News' Weekend Drive takes a look at Canada's booming sales, 'Silicon Valley north' and why some Canadian dealers set up shop in the U.S. Plus, one Hyundai exec's poor stick handling.
The 2018 Toronto auto show will offer a number of panel discussions about the future of the industry, including cannabis and cars, autonomy, diversity and more.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending NAFTA as an economic boon for the U.S. and his country, but he also urges for it to be retooled to lift workers who have been left behind.
How do you take a two-box layout and distinguish your brand from dozens of its other boxy brethren now populating parking lots? Canadian Ralph Gilles, global head of design at FCA, explains.
Jessica Vieira schedules vehicle deliveries, Ewelina Flair helps fleet buyers and Wayne Marshall keeps the lot clean; they are this month's Unobvious Ones.
Magna CEO Don Walker received strong applause from a packed room at the Automotive News Canada Congress in Toronto after he blasted Ontario and federal policies he says make doing business tough.
Being a successful auto dealership requires the perfect mix of good, old-fashioned customer service and high-tech analysis, say a pair of executives who spoke at the Automotive News Canada Congress in Toronto.