Automaker will invest $492 million over three years to modernize its Ontario facilities and improve its carbon footprint.
Minivans are being recalled because second-row seats may not lock fully into position.
Government says the grants helped leverage over $2 billion in investment in Ontario’s auto sector.
Automaker expects to send 40,000 vehicles to Europe once trade agreement is ratified.
Automaker will upgrade Alliston, Ont. factory to meet the demand.
Facility will create 40 jobs and produce interior trim components for Honda.
Ontario Liberals pony up 10% of total investment to be spent over five years.
Ford remains #1 despite a 2.3% sales decline; Toyota, Hyundai lag others.
Overall Canadian sales were 105,693 vehicles for the month, up from 103,226 in February 2013.
Addition of the CR-V makes Alliston plant the first to produce four separate models on same production line in North America.