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Toyota Canada to begin producing Lexus NX at Cambridge, Ont. facility in 2022

Alicja Siekierska, Yahoo Finance April 29, 2019 Toyota Canada will begin producing Lexus crossover vehicles at its facility in Cambridge, Ont., a significant win for the Canadian auto industry at a time of conc...

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Spinoff benefits for local suppliers from Toyota announcement

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star April 29, 2019 Toyota Canada’s announcement Monday of new vehicle production at its Cambridge site is good news for southwestern Ontario automotive suppliers. Toyota President Fred Vo...

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Hosting the State of Queretaro’s Secretary of Economic Development

Last week, our friends @MexicoAdvantage helped us host @mdelprete , State of Queretaro’s Secretary of Economic Development, at our office for an evening with APMA members. It was a great conversation over a gre...

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Canadian ambassador to U.S. expects Trump will lift steel, aluminum tariffs in ‘next few weeks’

Adrian Morrow, The Globe and Mail February 21, 2019Ottawa’s ambassador to the United States says he is confident the Trump administration will lift tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum in “the next few weeks....

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How Canada’s auto industry can take advantage of new trade deals

Rob Bostelaar February 11, 2019 – Automotive News Canada TORONTO — Jim Carr, federal minister of international trade diversification, says that newly signed trade deals — particularly with fast-growing Asia — h...

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Maple syrup and the auto industry, economic symbols threatened by the Canada-China crisis

Louis Blouin – Radio Canada, February 4 Canadian business people are anxious about the deterioration of diplomatic relations between Canada and China. If the crisis stretches, small and big players fear to suff...

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‘Long overdue’: Unifor standing behind 25,000 Mexican auto workers who’ve walked off the job

Unifor is currently campaigning against the movement of auto production to Mexico following GM’s announced plant closure in Oshawa Unifor National President Jerry Dias speaks at rally in Oshawa last month. Thi...

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Automotive News Canada Congress – Feb. 14, 2019, Toronto

If you’re involved in Canada’s automotive industry, you won’t want to miss the third annual Automotive News Canada Congress.Now more than ever, this is a time for looking ahead. The industry is poised on the pr...

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LE CANADA COINCÉ ENTRE WASHINGTON ET LA CALIFORNIE

À deux mois de l’adoption de normes revues à la baisse par l’administration Trump au sujet des émissions polluantes des voitures, une bataille se dessine entre Washington et la Californie, qui veut conserver so...

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‘Alone in the world’: Canada squeezed by superpowers in Huawei dispute

By Jessica Murphy, BBC News 19 December 2018 The arrest of Chinese telecoms executive Meng Wanzhou at the request of Washington sent the Chinese-Canada relationship spiralling into crisis. Caught between two su...