September 24, 2017 9:55 PM ET


Company Overview of General Motors of Canada Limited

Company Overview

General Motors of Canada Limited designs, engineers, manufactures, and markets cars, trucks, and crossovers. It also offers parts and accessories. The company offers its products through a dealer network in Canada and the United States. General Motors of Canada Limited was formerly known as McLaughlin Motor Car Company and changed its name to General Motors of Canada Limited in 1918. The company was founded in 1907 and is based in Oshawa, Canada with manufacturing facilities in Oshawa, St. Catharines, and Ingersoll, Ontario. General Motors of Canada Limited operates as a subsidiary of General Motors Company.

1908 Colonel Sam Drive

Suite 163-005

Oshawa, ON L1H 8P7


Founded in 1907





Key Executives for General Motors of Canada Limited

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 55
President, MD and Director
Age: 55
VP of Finance, CFO & Director
Vice President of Corporate Affairs, General Counsel and Director
Assistant General Counsel and Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

General Motors of Canada Limited Key Developments

General Motors of Canada Limited Appoints Amy Martin as Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer

GM Canada announced that Amy Martin joins the company as vice president, finance and chief financial officer. She will also become a member of the GM Canada Board of Directors. Martin will report jointly to Steve Carlisle, president and managing director of GM Canada and John P. Stapleton, GM North America chief financial officer, General Motors finance, and will be a member of GM Canada’s Executive Committee.

General Motors Canada Reports Sales Results for the Month of February 2017

General Motors Canada reported sales results for the month of February 2017. The company sold 16,528 vehicles in February 2017, up 5.1% over the year-ago period. Retail sales decreased by 0.8% with 11,892 units sold, but a 24.1% increase in fleet sales more than made up for the difference.

General Motors Canada to Cut 625 Lobs at its Assembly Plant Near London, Ontario

General Motors Canada is cutting 625 jobs at its assembly plant near London, Ontario, and moving those jobs to Mexico, where labor is cheaper. GM Canada said it gave Unifor advance notification of how product changeovers would affect workers at three Ontario plants. GM said the Friday related to the changeover of production from older model Equinoxes to the next-generation Equinox.

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