Automotive Policy Research Centre

A unique research initiative that examines the role of public policy in supporting Canada’s globally competitive automotive industry. It is funded by Automotive Partnership Canada, a federal initiative to support significant, collaborative research and development activities that will benefit the entire Canadian automotive industry.

Disruptive technologies and strategies in Canadian automotive supply chain

2019-05-31T03:20:52+00:00

Which recent disruptive technological trends pose the greatest risks and opportunities to Canadian parts producers? How does new product development occur and what barriers do firms face in their innovation activities? What role for public policy?

Disruptive technologies and strategies in Canadian automotive supply chain2019-05-31T03:20:52+00:00

A Profile of the Automotive Manufacturing Industry in Canada, 2012-2016

2018-11-22T17:28:02+00:00

Over the past five years, Canada’s automotive industry has been marked by modest growth and relative stability. Annual vehicle production averaged just below 2.4 million units over the past five years and vehicle assembly and parts manufacturing employment have increased steadily.

A Profile of the Automotive Manufacturing Industry in Canada, 2012-20162018-11-22T17:28:02+00:00
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