More than 70 members of the Business Council of Canada joined General Motors at the automaker’s new Canadian Technical Centre – Markham Campus, where GM is working to develop new autonomous vehicle software and controls, active safety and vehicle dynamics systems, infotainment features, and connected vehicle technologies.
The company has announced the opening of a new Canadian sales and support hub, Watson-Marlow Canada Inc. in Concord, Ontario, established to deliver Canadian customers full local sales support for customer service, engineering and supply of all WMFTG products.
The first of the long-awaited, brand-new Ford GT super cars rolled off the line at Multimatic’s assembly facility in Markham Dec. 16.
AURORA, Ontario, Dec. 14, 2016 – GRA-MAG, a joint venture between Grammer AG and Magna International, has received the 2016 Supplier Performance Management (SPM) Achiever award from PACCAR, a manufacturer of medium and heavy-duty trucks.
The Honourable John McCallum, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship and Member of Parliament for Markham-Thornhill, on behalf of the Honourable Judy M. Foote, Minister of Public Services and Procurement, today announced that the Government of Canada is investing in an innovative emergency response vehicle that can hover above water, land and snow.
Elliott and Apoong are discovering what many others have before them: York Region’s top quality of life attracts and retains top talent from around the world.
Ford Motor Co. has announced it will extend the production run on the second-generation of its GT supercar from two years to four.
York Region’s new marketing strategy will target executive decision-makers across the Region, the GTA and internationally. The strategy reflects findings of an extensive office market analysis study, which concluded promoting the Region’s advantages as a destination of choice for office users would grow local jobs and attract quality employers – particularly in Regional city centres and along major transit corridors.
Oshawa & Markham, Ont. (June 10, 2016) – General Motors was today joined by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Kathleen Wynne in Oshawa to announce a major expansion of its engineering and software work in Canada. GM will also soon open a new Automotive Software Development Centre in Markham Ontario.
DETROIT & MARKHAM — General Motors will add at least 700 engineering, software development and urban mobility jobs at three sites in Canada.
General Motors Co. will hire about 700 engineers in Canada as it expands research into self-driving cars and other technology.
That’s why we will soon be opening another important piece of the growing innovation ecosystem with a new GM software engineering centre in Markham, Ontario.
General Motors (GM.N) has announced plans to expand research into self-driving vehicles and open a new software centre in Markham, Ont., later this year.