Magna says proposed labour laws would make Ontario 'uncompetitive'July 21
Canada's Magna International says proposed changes to Ontario labour laws would make doing business in the province nearly impossible for the auto parts giant. Other manufacturers have similar concerns.
Takata airbag recall slow going in CanadaJuly 24
About 5.3 million Canadian vehicles have been recalled due to faulty Takata airbag inflators, but only 851,000 of them have been fixed as the focus remains on vehicles more at risk of malfunction in warm, humid climates.
Suppliers still wary of U.S. border taxJuly 20
U.S. NAFTA wish list puts Canadian parts makers at easeJuly 18
The Canadian Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association says the list of U.S. objectives for a renegotiated NAFTA signals that Washington understands how integrated the North American auto industry really is.
Doing more washing with less waterJuly 16
KSR International adding $6.7M expansion to Ontario plantJuly 13
Another 117,000 Canadian vehicles recalled over Takata inflatorsJuly 13
Nissan Canada and Mazda Canada are recalling 117,341 vehicles combined because new testing has prompted Takata Corp. to declare millions more airbag inflators defective. Ford Canada is looking into the matter.
Magna has Plan B if Slovenia car plant plan stallsJuly 7
Canada-based auto parts supplier Magna International said it will invest elsewhere in Europe if Slovenia does not soon approve the first phase of a planned 1.2 billion euro (C $1.76 billion) vehicle production site.