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Automakers will mark Canada's sesquicentennial celebrations July 1 with variety throughout the year. Here's a look at how some of them are celebrating Canada's 150th birthday.
Not all automated vehicles will drive on roads. They'll also be in the sky.
Mobility will improve when fully automated vehicles arrive, but they create new problems. One of the biggest challenges is government regulation.
Some Canadian companies rebuild automotive parts, but they're mainly small- to mid-sized businesses. The competition for cheaper pricing is just too intense for a large-scale Canadian industry to succeed.
There's a low-volume growth market in Canada for vehicles that are one-of-a-kind designs.
In the United States, Volvo's new V90 wagon will be available only by special order; in Canada, it will grace showroom floors.
A Canadian survey by Vincentric shows a marked difference in the long-term cost of diesel ownership between Ford and General Motors trucks.
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