Paul Haavardsrud, Cost of Living on CBC February 7, 2021 A year ago, Canada wasn’t assembling or making any electric cars; a concern for an industry worth $19 billion to our country’s economy. Fast forward to 2021 and Canadian-assembled electric vehicle are on the shopping list for all of the Detroit Big 3. APMA’s Flavio […]
Katie Simpson, CBC The National January 25, 2021 Flavio Volpe, head of the APMA, speaks on President Joe Biden’s Buy American executive order and its implications for Canada. Watch clip here (16:33-19:22).
‘A very small part can stop a line… every part has to be there,’ says automotive spokesperson Janyce McGregor, CBC News March 08, 2020 North American manufacturers and retailers haven’t yet experienced widespread disruptions from the coronavirus outbreak. But contingency plans are in effect for industries that use Chinese suppliers — which, these days, means […]
Michel Bolduc, Radio Canada/CBC March 4, 2020 The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is asking Ottawa to give small and medium-sized businesses a delay in paying their taxes this year because of COVID-19. Some Canadian SMEs are experiencing supply issues, while others face declining customer base. This is the case of the Iranian grocery […]
NDP says position unchanged on renegotiation for new NAFTA, despite saying improvements ‘can and should be made to this deal’
Neil Moss, The Hill Times October 7, 2019 The NDP will wait to see what changes are made by U.S. House Democrats to the new NAFTA before deciding whether they will vote to implement it in the next Parliament, says its most recent international trade critic. “We will have a full debate in the next […]
Company currently makes RAV4 crossover in Cambridge and Woodstock, Ont. CBC News Apr 26, 2019 Toyota will soon build a new vehicle in Canada, adding the Lexus NX luxury SUV to its Ontario assembly plants as of 2022. The company made the announcement at an event at its Cambridge, Ont., facility on Monday. Currently the […]
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 suffer the repercussions. For some, the effects are already being felt. The Trudeau government encourages them to diversify their markets. As the sugar […]