Oakville complex currently assembles Edge, Flex, Lincoln MKX and Lincoln MKT, all sport utility vehicles.
Ford promises to invest $713 million in its Canadian operations.
Big Three automakers commit to investing $1.5 billion as a result of contract agreements with Unifor.
Ford sales numbers delayed by fire.
PLANT and the decade of change.
The mid-sized SUV built at the Oakville plant had record US sales in May.
Fiat Chrysler claims top spot in Canada; Ford, GM battle it out for second.
Popular crossover SUV will be released later this year and exported to more than 100 countries.
Jerry Dias says the status of the dollar will likely play a determining factor in any future jobs creation.
Automaker is also increasing it’s annual spending on Canadian-made auto parts by $200 million.
There’s concerns that removing a tariff of 6.1% on auto imports from South Korea will further skew the playing field.
Overall Canadian sales were 105,693 vehicles for the month, up from 103,226 in February 2013.