Could CASE secure Canada’s manufacturing future?

Unifor President Jerry Dias offers his views on the impact that CASE could have on Canada's automotive industry

Canada has been building vehicles for more than 100 years and has established itself as one of the world’s top ten production centres for light vehicles. It is currently home to five global automakers and nearly 700 component manufacturers. The future for all of these players is being shaped by the emergence of transformative technologies like connectivity, machine learning, artificial intelligence, autonomous driving and electrification. These technologies not only change the vehicles themselves but also the processes and skills required to build them. What does that mean for the current manufacturing footprint?…

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