Ford of Canada Ltd. uses the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto to stake its claim: It aims to be the first auto maker to produce hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) in Canada. The auto maker announces plans to make hybrid versions of the Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX (Aviator replacement) cross/utility vehicles by 2010 in Oakville, Ont., Canada. Ford is investing C$1 billion ($820 million) to transform the Oakville assembly plant that makes minivans, and the shuttered Ontario Truck ...

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