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Scott Bell Community Update: With BrightDrop EV600 at CAMI, GM Canada is Driven by Confidence, Ambition and Optimism

2021-01-18

With today’s ratification of our new 2021 agreement with Unifor at CAMI, we are charging ahead to make Canada the new manufacturing site for GM’s all-new BrightDrop EV600 fully-electric commercial delivery van. GM Canada engineers in Markham and Oshawa took an early role in the ideation and testing of this truly innovative solution for the massive global delivery industry. Just three days after GM’s unveil of this new business, Canada will be the new manufacturing home for the EV600. Something really good is happening here!

General Motors To Invest C$1 Billion To Convert CAMI into Canada’s First Large-Scale Commercial Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Plant

2021-01-15

Subject to ratification of a tentative 2021 agreement reached with Unifor and confirmation of government support, General Motors plans to bring production of its recently announced BrightDrop electric light commercial vehicle, the EV600, to its CAMI manufacturing plant in Ingersoll, Ontario.

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Employee Spotlight – Matthew Adams

2020-11-13

Meet Matthew Adams, Diagnostic Systems Engineer on our Automated Driving & Active Safety team at General Motors Canada.

Employee spotlight - Jimena Stewart

2020-11-13

Meet Jimena Stewart, Senior Simulation Engineer on GM Canada’s Active Safety Test and Simulation HIL team.

GM Canada Donation Helps Raise Over $400,000 for the Durham Children’s Aid Foundation through the Corvette Charity Auction and Community Donations

2020-10-29

The auction of the last 7th generation Chevrolet Corvette and first 8th generation mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette Stingray built for the Canadian market helped the Durham Children’s Aid Foundation in honour of Sharon Clark and Sharon's Kids including online donations, raise more than $400,000.

Auction of Last 7th Generation and First 8th Generation Chevrolet Corvette Built for Canada To Benefit the Durham Children’s Aid Foundation

2020-10-19

General Motors of Canada and Chevrolet are donating for auction the last 7th generation Corvette and the first 8th generation all-new, mid-engine Corvette Stingray built for the Canadian market to the Durham Children’s Aid Foundation in support of ‘Sharon’s Kids,’ which was founded by Sharon Clark in 1968.

Updated January 12, 2020