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Dianne Craig, Ford's new director of U.S. sales since Jan. 1, is hoping to bring some of the success she enjoyed as head of Ford's Canada division south of the border.
What does the future of the auto industry hold and how fast is that future coming? Some of the auto industry’s biggest players offer dramatically different answers.
Strategic moves are necessary in technology, science, education, government policy, manufacturing, customer engagement and trade, executives said at the first Automotive News Canada Congress.
Luxury automakers are expanding their reach in Canada by grabbing an increasingly bigger piece of the compact and subcompact segment, according to auto researchers at J.D. Power.
The Canadian government has given $10 million to a joint venture between Daimler AG and Ford Motor Co. that's developing new fuel cell modules to be used in the auto sector.
Ford said it's recalling nearly 6,000 2017 Mustang pony cars in North America, including almost 300 in Canada, with faulty left door handle springs.
General Motors of Canada chose to introduce the mid-size 2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2 pickup in Calgary for a reason: It's in the heart of Canada's truck country.
Magna International Inc., in cooperation with Ford, says it has developed a prototype carbon fibre composite subframe that reduces mass by 34 per cent from a stamped steel equivalent.
Mexico is prepared to negotiate changes to NAFTA to modernize the 23-year-old open trade pact grouping the United States., Canada and Mexico, a Mexican economic official said.
Since it launched 10 months ago, Ford Motor's FordPass app has been a learning experience for a manufacturer determined to expand into new mobility services.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV Canada's Amanda Lang, Ford Canada CEO Mark Buzzell explains why the automaker made the recent investment decisions it did and where he sees growth opportunity.
Ford issued a safety recall in Canada for 4,336 vehicles with faulty Takata airbag modules. It's a problem unrelated to the exploding Takata airbag inflators that prompted massive recalls worldwide.
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