Jaguar Cars says it is relocating its Canadian cold-weather test site from Timmins, Ont., to Thompson, Man., in the winter of 2003-2004. The move will put all Ford Motor Co. divisions, including Volvo Cars and Land Rover, at one location. Thompson has been Ford’s cold-weather testing site since the mid-’80s; Jaguar tested in Timmins for 20 years. Jaguar also will conduct additional testing at the Volvo Cars test facilities in Kiruna, Sweden, beginning the same winter.

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