Auto sector slow to hire back in Q3 as manufacturers lagged
Jobs in many parts of the auto industry still down by double digits in the summer compared with 2019.
Auto sales fall 10.4% in November as COVID-19 restrictions return
128,351 cars and trucks were sold, down 10.4% from a year ago.
Canadian auto sales hit 165,020 in July, up 6.2% from June
After a “brutal” collapse in April, sales jumped 147% and 37.3% in each of the following months, before the 6.2% increase in July
Auto sales climb in February from a year earlier: DesRosiers
Light vehicles were up 2.1%, light truck about 6%, while passenger car sales fell 11%.
Canada’s auto employment up 1% despite doom and gloom: DesRosiers
691,400 Canadians employed by the industry, including subsectors, up from 684,700 a year earlier.
DesRosiers says auto sales declined 3.7% in September after August gain
Year-over-year auto sales had declined for 17 months straight before marking a modest 0.6% climb in August.
Auto sales climb 0.6% in August for first rise in 17 months
Overall market down 4.1%, Canada could well see a second year of declines in new vehicle sales.
Auto sales down 7.2% in June as downward trend continues
Dip in June marked the 16th consecutive month of sales declines when compared with the previous year.
Auto sales down 5.9% in May as downward trend continues
Light vehicle sales totalled about 202,800 for the month, down from 215,407 a year earlier.
Auto sales down 3.5% in April as downward trend continues
14th consecutive month of sales declines when compared with the previous year.
Auto sales fail to match 2017’s record pace
General Motors recorded the only June increase at 1.8%.
Canadian auto sales show year over year decline in March: DesRosiers
Total number of vehicles sold for the month: 186,447, down from 187,540 in March last year.