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The Canadian auto sector is in great shape, except for that looming existential crisis

TORONTO — The Canadian auto sector is the healthiest it’s been in years, yet its future has never been more uncertain.

It’s the odd contradiction of an industry that has reclaimed its position as Canada’s largest exporter while also facing the potential closure of some of its biggest assembly plants. 567 more words

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Trucks boost Ford's Canada auto sales in August, rivals see declines

Ford Motor Co said on Thursday its Canadian sales rose nine per cent in August, even as rivals Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and General Motors Co reported declines due to softening consumer demand. 254 more words

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Ford, Fiat Chrysler more committed to Canadian investment than GM, union says

TORONTO — General Motors of Canada Ltd. wasn’t even present at the second day of official auto labour talks, but it was still the main topic of conversation. 490 more words

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Windsor economy to grow faster than national average, says Conference Board of Canada

Windsor is expected to have the fourth fastest-growing economy in 2016 — with manufacturing and sports tourism driving it — among 15 Canadian cities examined by the Conference Board of Canada. 568 more words

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Canadian auto industry faces biggest existential threat since 2009 crisis as labour talks begin

TORONTO — The Canadian auto industry is facing its biggest existential threat since the 2009 crisis, with the future of at least three plants at risk as autoworkers gear up to begin labour negotiations this week. 878 more words

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Young drivers need to know they can rely on you

“Did you know that almost 20 per cent of reported collisions in Canada happen during July and August?” – Insurancehotline.com

If you think about it, it’s not really surprising. 1,082 more words

Cars And Car Design

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV under investigation for fraud by U.S. Justice Department, sources say

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for fraud, according to people familiar with the matter.

Prosecutors are scrutinizing whether the carmaker violated U.S. 687 more words

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