Edition:
India

Susan Taylor

Canadian auto parts supplier Martinrea posts record results

01 Mar 2019

TORONTO Canadian auto parts supplier Martinrea International reported record fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday that were in line with analyst expectations and announced "significant" new contracts dominated by demand for lightweight structures.

Canadian auto parts supplier Martinrea posts record results

01 Mar 2019

TORONTO, Feb 28 Canadian auto parts supplier Martinrea International reported record fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday that were in line with analyst expectations and announced "significant" new contracts dominated by demand for lightweight structures.

Magna profit beats expectations, auto parts maker stock up

22 Feb 2019

TORONTO Canada's Magna International Inc said on Friday profits beat market forecasts as a big spike in vehicle assembly work more than offset declining global auto production in the fourth quarter.

GM CEO will not appear before Canada legislators on plant closure

22 Feb 2019

TORONTO General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra will not come before Canadian legislators to answer questions about the automaker's future in the country, but lower-ranking executives will appear, a lawmaker said on Thursday.

Canadian auto union faces Catch-22 in General Motors fight

21 Feb 2019

TORONTO Jerry Dias, the leader of Canada's auto union, is unsparing in his rhetorical attacks on General Motors Co's decision to close its Oshawa, Ontario, assembly plant and lay off thousands of union workers by year-end.

Canada's Ontario commits C$40 million to bolstering auto sector

15 Feb 2019

TORONTO Ontario, home to much of Canada's auto industry, announced C$40.2 million ($30.18 million) in technology-focused funds for the auto industry on Thursday, aimed largely at developing next-generation manufacturing workers, as part of a new 10-year plan.

Canada's Ontario commits C$40 mln towards bolstering auto sector

14 Feb 2019

TORONTO, Feb 14 Ontario, home to much of Canada's auto industry, announced C$40.2 million ($30.18 million) in technology-focused funds for the auto industry on Thursday, aimed largely at developing next-generation manufacturing workers, as part of a new 10-year plan.

GM Oshawa plant resumes production, supplier strike ends

09 Feb 2019

TORONTO Production resumed at General Motors' assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario on Friday afternoon, ending a near three-hour standstill, after striking workers at seat supplier Lear Corp returned to work, the autoworkers' union said.

Fish help fuel bumper cannabis crops for Canadian producer

04 Feb 2019

TORONTO The unlikely combination of freshwater fish and cannabis is producing outsized medical marijuana crops that Green Relief Inc aims to capitalize on, as the Canadian company plots a stock market listing and global expansion.

World News