OSHAWA – General Motors of Canada’s March sales will be delayed several hours due to a computer systems issue that impacted dealer sales reporting. The company expects to report its sales later this afternoon.
OSHAWA – General Motors informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Transport Canada today that it would recall more than 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. (145,700 in Canada) that may experience a sudden loss of electric power steering assist.
OSHAWA – General Motors today said it will replace the ignition switch in all model years of its Chevrolet Cobalt, HHR, Pontiac G5, Solstice and Saturn Ion and Sky in the U.S. and Canada since faulty switches may have been used to repair the vehicles.
GM has confirmed an additional fatality associated with the ignition switch condition involved in the current recall. The 2013 event involved a 2007 model year Chevrolet Cobalt in Quebec, Canada. GM is working cooperatively with Transport Canada and has notified U.S. government authorities. The total number of fatalities associated with the ignition switch recall now stands at 13.
Oshawa, ON (October 28, 2013) — As part of General Motors of Canada’s drive to provide the best possible customer experience, the company is transitioning its service brand to Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac Certified Service.
Oshawa, ON (October 25, 2013) — General Motors of Canada welcomes today’s announcement from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) that the Automotive Partnership Canada program will provide more than $2.6 million in support of a four year research project at the University of Waterloo in Sustainable Lightweighting Technologies.
OSHAWA, ON, October 18, 2013 — General Motors of Canada issued the following statement regarding the comprehensive economic and trade agreement reached between Canada and the E.U.:
OSHAWA, ON (October 17, 2013) — General Motors of Canada issued the following statement confirming scheduling actions for Oshawa Assembly.
Toronto, ON (Thursday, February 14, 2013) – General Motors was honoured today at the Canadian International Auto Show when the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) named the Front Centre Airbag as the “2013 Best New Technology.”
St. Catharines, ON (Wednesday, March 28, 2012) – General Motors of Canada today recognized the recent successful start of production on the new Six Speed Front Wheel Drive Transmission line at its St. Catharines Powertrain facility. This new line was the result of a $245 million investment announced in June 2010 that secured approximately 300 jobs.
St. Catharines, ON (Tuesday, January 31, 2012) – General Motors of Canada will recall 42 employees to work on the six speed front-wheel drive transmission line in the St. Catharines Powertrain Facility. These employees will return to work on February 13th as part of the ramp-up of transmission production which formally began on January 3rd, 2012.
Vancouver – More than 4,600 fuel-efficient Olympic-branded vehicles have been a familiar sight on the streets of Vancouver and Whistler in recent months, as they whisked athletes, Olympic officials and international VIPs and dignitaries to and from competitions and celebrations. Once the Paralympic Winter Games conclude in late March, fans and consumers will have an opportunity to drive away with a piece of Vancouver 2010’s legacy. Possibly the best Olympic souvenir of all – a Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac vehicle that may have been the one to drive one of our incredible Canadian athletes to the performance of their lives will be available to consumers.
DETROIT – With an estimated 255 turbocharged horsepower (190 kW), a six-speed manual transmission and an advanced, adaptive all-wheel-drive system, the Buick Regal GS show car is a high-tech, high-performance version of the brand’s newest sport sedan. It was introduced at the 2010 North American International Auto Show.
Each spring, General Motors employees around the world engage in a program that combines the excitement of a Grand Prix race, the spectacle of Carnival, and the intellectual heft of a TED conference.