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Posts Tagged: manufacturing
Canadian auto giant goes electric
A tribute to dedication
Counting the cost of crashing.
Things are looking truck for Oshawa
Ford investing in tech in Canada
Preparing for a storm
Big changes are coming
NAFTA and CAFE and Donald – oh my!
All Accord-ing to plan
From Accord to ZDX.
The enduring history of Canadian automotive manufacturing.
What’s at stake for Canadian workers and drivers.
American Muscle, Canadian-Made.
A close-up look at carbon fibre, and how it’s slowly shifting to the mainstream.
Ontario looks to bolster flagging auto sector
New factory will be BMW’s second in North America
More than rubber and air.
New factory to export electric motor components
Liberal leaders make their case with GM CEO Mary Barra, but offer no concrete incentives to attract investment from GM.
Justin revisits his car-guy roots at the factory that built his car.
A fascinating tour of the Alliston, Ontario plant where the all-new 2016 Honda Civic sedan and coupe are produced.
Article by Jacob Black. Lead photo by Peter Bleakney, infographic by Valerie Mattocks. It’s an industry that employs more than half a million people with about a quarter of those employed directly. There is a significant population employed in downstream supply and there are entire towns that rely on the presence of automotive manufacturing to…
New vehicles built in Canada currently account for around 17 per cent of the new vehicles sold in Canada. With the automobile manufacturing industry struggling to create a positive outlook and weakened by the dollar, we decided to take a look at the assembly location of the vehicle you’re driving today. A sampling of current…
In 1998 BMW acquired the rights to use the Rolls-Royce brand name, logo, Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and grille shape. In 2003 an all-new facility opened on the grounds of the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex, England. Since then, the fortunes of this once foundering prestige automaker have taken a remarkable turn. We visited…