(Oshawa, Ontario, October 29, 2015) – Today, GM Canada president and managing director Steve Carlisle toured the McMaster University campus in Hamilton, Ontario as part of the Company’s efforts to inspire and support innovation for the future of the automobile.
Oshawa, ON (September 22, 2015) — General Motors of Canada today announced that Bruce Logan has joined the company as director of communications. He will lead GM Canada’s communications activities in the areas of corporate, product and internal communications, as well as, community relations, media relations and social media. He will report to David Paterson, vice president, corporate & environmental affairs.
Oshawa, Ontario (December 2, 2014) — GM Canada today announced that David W. Paterson has rejoined the company as vice president, corporate and environmental affairs.
OSHAWA, ON (November 4, 2014) — GM Canada has been selected as one of Canada’s “Top 100 Employers” by Mediacorp Canada Inc. in its annual survey of Canadian businesses. This is the fourth consecutive year that GM Canada has been included.
We are pleased that Mr. Feinberg has completed the next step with our ignition switch compensation program to help victims and their families.
Oshawa, Ontario (June 5, 2014) — General Motors of Canada Limited today announced that it will adopt the same compensation program for Canadians who have lost loved ones or who have suffered serious physical injuries as the result of an ignition switch failure in recently recalled vehicles, as was announced today by GM Company in the United States.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said today that GM has received the findings of an investigation by former U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas into the Cobalt ignition switch recall and plans to act on all of its recommendations.
OSHAWA – General Motors has shipped thousands of kits consisting of ignition switches, ignition cylinders and key sets for older model small cars subject to a safety recall.
DETROIT – General Motors Co. dealers delivered 2,416,028 vehicles around the world in the first quarter of 2014, up 2 percent compared with a year ago.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra today testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Insurance investigating the GM ignition switch recall.
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.
GM Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra’s written testimony was submitted today to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. Her testimony addresses the GM Ignition Switch Recall and answers the question: “Why Did It Take So Long?” Barra is scheduled to give oral testimony on Capitol Hill tomorrow afternoon, April 1 and on April 2.
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.
General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) today announced record 2015 calendar-year net income attributable to common stockholders of $9.7 billion, or $5.91 per diluted share, up from $2.8 billion, or $1.65 per diluted share in 2014. Earnings per share (EPS) adjusted for special items was $5.02, up 65 percent compared to $3.05 in 2014.