Ontario, federal governments confirm $518 million in support for GM Canada’s $2.3-billion factory retooling

The announcement today consolidates the automaker’s previous commitments to upgrade GM’s Oshawa and Ingersoll plants, along with R&D facilities in the province, with the direct job count up to 2,600 as a third shift is added in Oshawa

GM, Posco to build $500-million Canadian cathode active material factory in Quebec to supply Ultium battery factories

General Motors Canada’s David Paterson tells Electric Autonomy Canada exclusively what GM’s new facility in Bécancour Industrial Park, slated to begin operation in 2025, will mean for the company and for Canada’s EV battery supply chain

Canada is hungry for a cathode maker, GM is shopping for a North American location

If built here, General Motors’ newly announced joint venture to build a factory to produce cathode active material — at an unspecified North American location — would fill a critical missing link in Canada’s EV battery supply chain. It could also make sense for GM

GM Canada president Scott Bell shares his take on Canada’s role in the company’s future

From minerals to manufacturing, General Motors is focused on an increasingly EV-dominant future and Canada is being considered a significant partner in the process says GM Canada president in an exclusive interview