Things still aren’t looking good.
GM CEO Mary Barra met with Canadian industry and economics ministers to discuss the future of the plant.
All four brands posted year-over-year increases in sales.
General Motors is sending two fresh faces in to protect the automaker’s interests.
According to the CBC, only its Ingersoll plant will be open by 2019.
Cadillac had its best November since 1980.
Paterson is also the vice chair of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Its fourth consecutive year of inclusion on the list.
The convertible will cost $90,595.
Look for the 2015 Colorado and 2015 Canyon to disrupt both the full-size truck and crossover markets, as well.
Mark Adams, who designed the Monza, will also design the new Regal and Insignia.
Sales for Chevy, Buick and GMC grew, while Cadillac deliveries decreased.
GM has been gathering a lot of attention from these trucks, but this type is probably unwanted.
Beaumonts were unique Chevelle-based cars from Canada with Pontiac styling.