General Motors of Canada Ltd. plans to invest nearly C$20 million in a new vehicle design facility at its Oshawa, Ont., campus. The new 100,000-sq.-ft. Regional Engineering Centre will focus on chassis and body subsystem development and expand on GM-Canada's expertise in alternative fuels and cold climate engineering. Groundbreaking should take place in early fall 1999. GM-Canada will be looking to add about 150 engineers and 10 skilled trades workers to staff the new center. About 80 ...

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