Back to work: It’s safety first at TMMC’s assembly plants
GHD helps the automaker ramp up and discusses effective measures.
Canadian engineers top 9 in global ventilator design competition
Team from Toyota and Fanshawe College beats out more than 1,000 entries from 94 countries.
Toyota extends Canadian plant closures after employee tests positive for COVID-19
All plants closed from March 23 through April 3, with production resuming on April 6.
Toyota shifting pickup production to Mexico, no US jobs lost
To make up for the lost work, the San Antonio plant will build the Sequoia large SUV.
Japanese OEMs produced 47% of light vehicles made in Canada
JAMA Canada study also shows automakers employed 38.6% of Canada’s automotive OEM workforce in 2018.
Toyota, Suzuki partnering in self driving car technology
Auto manufacturers face a costly shift toward the use of technologies; partnerships are one way to share the enormous costs.
Ballard to purchase BC’s first fleet of hydrogen vehicles
Fuel cell pioneer celebrates 40th birthday with expected purchase of Toyota Mirai FCEVs by employees.
Toyota adds two Lexus models to its Cambridge production
Canadian operations will assemble NX and NX Hybrid for North America.
Toyota, Panasonic announce joint venture for green auto batteries
Automaker will take a 51% stake in the venture, which will be running by the end of 2020.
NA Toyota executive: Tariffs will raise costs, drive up prices
Manufacturing will present the biggest challenge for Chris Reynolds, who must navigate uncertain US trade policies.
Toyota Canada plants to get $1.4B upgrade
Federal government and Ontario each pitching in $110 million.
Toyota Canada CEO concerned sole focus on zero-emission vehicles will miss real target
Larry Hutchinson stressed the need for multiple powertrain technologies to reduce greenhouse gases.
UPDATE: Confirmed, Alabama picked for new $1.6B Toyota Mazda plant
Will produce the Toyota Corolla compact car for North America and a new small SUV from Mazda.
Toyota planning 10 purely electric vehicles by 2020s
By about 2025, every model the Japanese automaker sells will have some kind of “electrified” version.
What’s ahead for Canada’s automotive industry
Trump, trade and technology’s impact on the auto sector.