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GM Oshawa could be running by Friday now that UAW, automaker have reached tentative deal

MICHAEL MARTINEZ, Automotive News Canada October 16, 2019 General Motors Canada says it hopes to resume Canadian operations quickly, now that the UAW and automaker have reached a tentative deal on a new four-ye...

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GM restarts Ingersoll plant as scheduled despite ongoing U.S. strike

The Canadian Press, October 7, 2019 TORONTO — General Motors has restarted production at its assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., even as a strike by U.S. autoworkers enters a fourth week. The company shut ...

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New $10M program aims to strengthen auto industry and protect jobs

Rich Garton, CTV Windsor News Reporter September 9, 2019 Auto parts companies are partnering with the Ontario government to invest in technology and training with hopes of strengthening the auto industry and pr...

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Automotive Market Intelligence

The Intelligent Podcast – with Minister Todd Smith

Ontario Minister Todd Smith joins us in the Boardroom to discuss the Province’s new plan for the Auto Sector: Driving Prosperity. It’s this government’s first offering to our sector and we were happy to have hi...

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Automotive Market Intelligence Business Development

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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Automotive Market Intelligence Business Development

Ontario releases $40M auto plan encouraging investment

John Irwin, Automotive News Canada February 14, 2019 TORONTO — The Ontario government on Thursday released its plan to support the automotive sector, promising to assist suppliers, boost high-tech skills tra...

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Doug Ford announces $40M for Ontario auto sector plan

Announcement part of 10-year plan to strengthen auto sector’s competitiveness The Canadian Press/CBC Feb 14, 2019 Ontario is putting $40 million over three years into a new plan for the auto sector, including f...