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How Canada is quietly retooling its auto industry

ROB BOSTELAAR, Automotive News Canada December 20, 2019 Factory closures and job cuts get the headlines, but technology is driving an evolution of Canada’s auto sector as employers compete for highly skilled wo...

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Future Auto 2: Plants will still have workers, but they’ll produce more product

NORMAN DE BONO, THE LONDON FREE PRESS December 11, 2019 Natashia Mierkalns has to move fast on the job. Wiring electronics for a video module, or installing sensors, she is always moving and training, learning ...

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Production cut, temporary layoffs at GM Oshawa as U.S. strike continues

Emily Jackson, Financial Post September 18, 2019 General Motors Co. temporarily laid off about 1,200 employees and cut production in half at its plant in Oshawa, Ont. in response to the auto workers strike in t...

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Auto industry in Ontario braces for impact from GM strike in U.S.

Josh Rubin, Toronto Star Sept. 16, 2019 As a strike by U.S. workers costs General Motors millions of dollars a day, executives and workers in Canada’s auto parts industry are also bracing for impact. “Like the ...

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Shares of Canadian auto parts suppliers surge after trade deal removes tariff threat

Martinrea International jumped 13 per cent, the most since 2014, Magna gained 5.1 per cent and Linamar rose 9 per cent Canada’s eleventh-hour inclusion in a new North America free-trade deal removes a major ove...