B.C. company building hydrogen fuelling stations in California and VancouverAug. 21
Hydrogen Technology and Energy Corp. of B.C. is building a hydrogen fuelling station and educational centre in California and will soon begin construction on Canada's first public hydrogen fuelling station.
Growing parts numbers, tough return rules demand careful planning of ordersAug. 21
As parts numbers grow and automakers tighten their return policies, dealerships must be more careful than ever about ordering parts.
China's Great Wall wants to own JeepAug. 21
China's Great Wall Motor told Automotive News it is interested in buying the Jeep brand and has reached out to FCA to see whether a deal can be negotiated.
'Great deal of negotiation' still required after Round 1 of NAFTA talksAug. 21
North American countries concluded their first round of NAFTA negotiations Sunday with a statement that suggested major issues, including auto parts, needed to be sorted out in the talks ahead.
Calgary gets third Mercedes-Benz store, despite iffy economyAug. 21
A new Mercedes-Benz store has opened in Calgary, bringing the number to three, despite difficult-if-improving economic times in Alberta due to a contracting oil industry.
Can U.S. back up tough talk on NAFTA?Aug. 19
To deliver on its promises, the Trump administration will need the cooperation of the U.S. business community and key members of Congress. Both groups sought to distance themselves from the president last week.
Limited-edition Maple Leafs Ford F-150s exclusive to Toronto-area dealersAug. 18
Ford Canada and the Toronto Maple Leafs have collaborated on the 2017 Toronto Maple Leafs' Centennial Edition F-150 XLT Supercrew, available now and only at Toronto-area Ford dealerships.
Auto groups side with Canada, Mexico on NAFTA origin rulesAug. 18
Auto industry groups from Canada, Mexico and the United States are pushing back against the Trump administration's demand for higher U.S. automotive content in a modernized NAFTA.
Toyota Canada's Scout navigation rollout starts with 2018 CamryAug. 18
Toyota is bringing its Scout GPS Link navigation app to Canada as part of the 2018 Camry sedan. The company said select other Toyota models will eventually offer the technology.
Canada pushes back as NAFTA talks heat upAug. 17
The Canadians may be characteristically polite as they carry out negotiations to amend NAFTA, but apparently they won't be pushovers.
Windshield maker Pilkington Glass plans $4.3M expansion in OntarioAug. 17
Pilkington Glass Canada will be able to build 2.6 million windshields per year, up from the 1.8 million currently. The company will also add 58 jobs at its Collingwood, Ont., plant.
Jobs, supply chain, growth: Why auto is an important part of NAFTAAug. 17
An increase in production of auto parts in North America, including "substantial" U.S.-made parts, is a major issues for the United States. Canada says any changes would have to be made with care.