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Who We Are
The Ontario Auto-Mayors work collaboratively at the provincial and federal levels to promote awareness, advocacy and strategic policy initiatives to strengthen the Canadian economy by keeping the automotive sector strong as a driver of employment, innovation and productivity advances across the Canadian economy so we can afford to look after all our needs as a society such as infrastructure creation and renewal.
Government incentives in the form of loans and grants are a part of every auto jurisdiction and are a necessary part of Canada remaining competitive with other auto jurisdictions.
At a policy meeting in Oakville on Monday, the Ontario Auto Mayors agreed on key priorities to protect and grow advanced manufacturing auto jobs in their communities and across Canada.
Call for Action, Policy Direction, Automotive Advisor Update and Mayors Roundtable Discussion 2016 Priorities
The Ontario's Auto Mayors continue to stress the need for national and provincial advanced manufacturing policies after preliminary reviews of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.
The Ontario Auto Mayors are urging the new government to protect the competitiveness of Canada's auto sector which may be threatened under the terms negotiated for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
The Ontario’s Auto Mayors have requested a copy of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement and all related side letters and agreements from the federal government immediately to evaluate the impact of the deal on the auto sector.
During the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations, the Ontario Auto Mayors urged the federal government to keep the automotive trade rules harmonized between Canada and the U.S. Based on today’s announcement, the Auto Mayors are concerned that the TPP agreement includes significant differences in the trade rules between Canada and the U.S., in particular the difference in length of transition time for Canada’s auto tariffs.
In a letter to the Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, the Ontario Auto Mayors have urged the federal government to keep the automotive trade rules harmonized between Canada and the U.S. in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations.
The Ontario Auto Mayors are pleased with today's announcement by the Ontario government to partner with Toyota Manufacturing Canada Inc. by investing in new technology to help sustain Toyota's Cambridge and Woodstock assembly plants.
Ontario Auto Mayors are calling for development and implementation of collaborative and cohesive national and provincial advanced automotive manufacturing policy.
The Ontario Auto Mayors are concerned with General Motors of Canada's announcement to cut 1,000 jobs at the Oshawa assembly plant as result of a production shift of the Chevrolet Camaro.
The Ontario Auto Mayors are concerned with Toyota's decision to move production of its popular Corolla sedan from its plant in Cambridge, Ontario Canada to a new assembly plant in Guanajuato, Mexico.
The Ontario Auto Mayors are pleased with yesterday's announcement by Ford Motor Company that the production of the all-new 2015 Ford Edge would be manufactured in Oakville, Ontario, creating new jobs for 400 people.
The Ontario Auto-Mayors Roundtable support the federal and provincial governments' investment of $101 million to Linamar Corporation, a parts and auto manufacturer, which is expected to create jobs in the sector.
In an open letter earlier this month, the Auto Mayors of Ontario, asked each provincial party to unveil its "strategy" and plan to ensure there will continue to be a competitive and sustainable automotive industry.
Rethinking manufacturing in the 21st century.