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GM to convert Oshawa factory into ‘aftermarket plant’ and AV test track

John Irwin, Automotive News Canada May 8, 2019 TORONTO — General Motors will turn its Oshawa, Ont., factory into an “aftermarket plant,” producing parts, but most of the 2,600 hourly workers will still lose ...

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Diversification key to suppliers surviving GM Oshawa closure

John Irwin, Automotive News Canada May 06, 2019 TORONTO — The announcement to close GM’s Oshawa Assembly came overnight, but many of Canada’s auto parts suppliers saw the writing on the wall years ago and have ...

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Ontario aims to replace GM with Magna, Martinrea or other in Oshawa

February 15, 2019 – Automotive News Canada Perry LefkoTORONTO — The Ontario government has discussed with Magna International and other companies that have expressed an interest in utilizing General Motors’ Osh...

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Martinrea to close parts plant that supplies GM’s ill-fated Oshawa operation

ERIC ATKINS, TRANSPORTATION REPORTER TIM SHUFELT, INVESTMENT REPORTER NOVEMBER 27, 2018 – Globe and Mail Automotive company Martinrea International Inc. says it plans to close a factory that makes parts for the...

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Canadian auto, steel reaction to trade deal: From ‘sigh of relief’ to ‘sold out’

Automotive News Reaction from Canadian automotive and steel and aluminum groups to the terms of a renegotiated trade pact between Canada, the United States and Mexico range from relief to dismay as the details ...

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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...