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Where Canada’s political parties stand on the country’s auto industry

John Irwin, Automotive News Canada October 07, 2019 A tight race between the Liberals and Conservatives in the Oct. 21 general election leaves auto-related policy in limbo, just as the industry grapples with pr...

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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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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’s new reality

Nate Hendley, Canadian Metalworking May 6, 2019 There is a sense of wary optimism among companies that provide parts, services, and equipment to automotive clients, despite some big industry setbacks. Prominent...

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Waymo’s choice to build in Detroit likely to create spinoff benefits for Windsor

Waymo, the Google-connected company seeking to advance self-driving vehicles, announced Tuesday it will open a manufacturing facility in Detroit. Dave Battagello, Windsor Star, April 23, 2019 The decision spell...

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Trump’s threat to close Mexican border a looming disaster for auto industry

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star April 3rd, 2019 Auto industry analysts are warning production would come to a grinding halt in a matter of days should American President Donald Trump follow through on his threat to ...

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Area companies see future in non-traditional markets

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star April 2, 2019In each of the past four months, Jonathan Azzopardi has jetted halfway around the world to spend a week at a time trying to connect into the complicated web of the busine...

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Fiat Chrysler cuts 1,500 jobs as Windsor plant reduces minivan output

Chester Dawson, Bloomberg/Driving.ca April 1, 2019Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is cutting about 1,500 jobs at a factory in Canada that’s scaling back production due to slowing minivan sales.The Italian-American au...

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FCA decision painful but not crippling to local economy, auto experts say

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star March 29, 2019The impact of FCA Canada’s announcement on Thursday that it would eliminate a shift and up to 1,500 jobs at its Windsor Assembly Plant quickly spread to the plant’s Tier...

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Fiat Cuts 1,500 Jobs as Canada Plant Reduces Minivan Output

Chester Dawson, Bloomberg March 28th, 2019Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is cutting about 1,500 jobs at a factory in Canada that’s scaling back production due to slowing minivan sales.The Italian-American automak...