Ontario writes off $445M in old Chrysler debt from bailout
Ottawa wrote off $2.6 billion last year that it wouldn’t collect from the automaker.
Lee Iacocca, engineer of Chrysler’s turnaround, dies at 94
In his 32-year career at Ford, and then at Chrysler, Iacocca helped launch some of Detroit’s bestselling and most significant vehicles.
Bains in Windsor after Chrysler announces 1,500 job cuts at plant
Automaker cutting the third shift, which produces the Chrysler Pacifica, its hybrid version, and Dodge Grand Caravan.
Bitter cold and natural gas shortages shutter auto plants
At least 18 factories and other facilities run by General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler affected.
GM reaffirms Oshawa closure after meetings with Ontario and federal officials
About 2,600 unionized workers and 340 other staff to lose jobs.
Liberals write off $6.3B in loans, including $2.6B to automaker
Key to the jump was a writeoff that was part of a financing package to keep automaker Chrysler afloat during the recession.
Sergio Marchionne, who saved Fiat and Chrysler, has died
Unexpected complications from surgery in Zurich.
Rocking the 60s
PLANT and the decade of change.
Feds out of touch on auto strategy
A national strategy is necessary to raise Canada’s profile as an automotive manufacturing superstar.
Why we need automotive incentives
Competition for investment is fierce.
Automotive reality check
Government participation in automotive investments is a global reality and the cost of doing business.
Best of times, worst of times
Automotive sales are great, but investment is going south.