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Magna International Inc. 337 Magna Drive, Aurora, Ontario, Canada L4G 7K1 Major Parts Suppliers image
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3M Canada - Headquarters Administrative Office, 300 Tartan Drive, London, Ontario, Canada, N5V 4M9 image
3M CANADA, Ontario OH & ES Facility 1360 California Ave., Bldg. 2 Brockville, ON K6V 5V8 CANADA image
AarKel Tool and Die Inc. 17 Elm Drive South, Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada. N8A 5E8 image
ABB Inc. 8585, route Transcanadienne, Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC H4S 1Z6, Canada image
ABC Electro Powdercoating Limited 348 Ward St (Off Hamilton Rd), Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, L1A 4A6 image
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Apr 19, 2019

On April 17 at an investor’s conference, Jim Baumbick, Ford's vice president of enterprise product line management, said that by 2022 the company would add an "affordable" nameplate to fill the portfolio gap created by ending sales of the Fiesta and Focus, along with the Fusion and Taurus sedans.
Without describing what type of body style or what size it would be, a Ford statement noted, "We came up with the concept in just 12 weeks using our new product creation process. It's an example of how we're moving faster, working together differently and leveraging our five all-new flexible vehicle architectures,"
Ford previously suggested several vehicles under development, including a small off-road crossover planned for mid-2020 known as the Baby Bronco, and a unibody compact pickup expected around 2022.
(multiple sources on April 17, 2019)

Apr 18, 2019

On April 17, Mazda announced at the 2019 New York International Auto Show the arrival of the 2019 Mazda CX-5 featuring the Skyactiv-D 2.2-liter diesel engine with pre-sales beginning immediately.
Mazda Skyactiv-D diesel engines offer high torque, fuel economy and environmental friendliness.
Mazda worked closely with all proper federal and state agencies to ensure that the Mazda Skyactiv-D 2.2-litre engine meets the North America region’s strict emission standards and passes all appropriate regulations.

(Mazda press release on April 17, 2019)

Apr 03, 2019

Canadian vehicle sales in March decreased 2.5% from the same month in 2018, to 181,000 units.
SUV and pickup sales, at 133,317 units, were up 0.6% in March, while passenger car sales, at 48,483 units, were down 10.1% compared to 2018.
Combined sales in March for the Detroit Big 3 were down 8.0% to 74,209 units, while sales of all foreign nameplates combined were up 1.7% to 107,591 units.
Of the Big Three manufacturers, General Motors sales fell 18.4%, Ford sales rose 7.2%, and FCA sales dropped 11.5% from last March.
Among Japanese automakers, Toyota, Nissan, and Subaru sales were down 4.1%, 2.7%, and 1.0%, respectively, while Honda sales were up 12.0%.
Hyundai and Kia sales were up 8.8% and 4.1%, respectively.
Among German companies, Mercedes-Benz sales were down 6.5%, BMW brand sales were up 0.8%, VW brand sales were up 4.8%, and Audi sales were down 17.3% compared to last March.
(DesRosiers report from April 2, 2019)