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5G technology will allow autonomous and connected vehicles to "talk" to each other and devices outside the vehicle, all at high speed. A $400-million test project is being developed across Ontario and Quebec.
Inkas Armored Vehicle Manufacturing may not be Canada's biggest automaker, but it's easily the edgiest, building armoured trucks on Ford F-550 Super Duty chassis.
Six organizations will each receive up to $5 million from Ontario's Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network, a five-year, $80-million effort to encourage connected and autonomous vehicle development.
British autonomous vehicle manufacturer Aurrigo is opening an Ottawa office as it seeks sales of its self-driving, low-speed transporters in the Canadian market.
Auto remarketing giant Cox Automotive is linking with Quebec-based Otolane to allow customers to list wholesale vehicles with both Cox's Manheim.ca vehicle remarketing service and Otolane's internet auctions.
The Strengthening Motor Vehicle Safety for Canadians Act now requires automakers to buy back cars subject to protracted recalls at the original invoice price.
Vehicle history provider Carproof is changing its name to Carfax Canada to more closely align with its corporate sibling in the United States.
Edmonton-based AutoCanada Inc. reported fourth-quarter revenue of $733.1 million, up 16.5 per cent from a year earlier. The company is expanding its footprint into Eastern Canada.
Artificial intelligence isn't just for autonomous vehicles. AI can be used to predict patterns and preferences when it comes to buying and selling new cars, making transactions more efficient.
For Canadian car dealers, there may never be a better time to sell. Franchise values are high and buyers with deep pockets are plentiful, says the head of U.S.-based Kerrigan Advisors.
A Senate committee is urging the federal Liberals to take control of the development and testing of self-driving cars on Canadian roads before governments fall too far behind the technological revolution.
From flax to tires that "listen," here's a look at eight Canadian university-industry research projects that are moving the auto sector forward.
Beyond Canada's auto factories and its suppliers pulses a third automotive stratum, one that extends well beyond the borders of Ontario. Schools and automakers are getting technical across the country.
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