OTTAWA, June 1 (Reuters) - Canada's federal government will
introduce legislation this week that would make it possible to
force manufacturers to recall defective vehicles, Transport
Canada said in a release on Monday.
Under Canadian law, manufacturers must notify consumers of
defects, but actual repairs are voluntary. In practice,
manufacturers do typically pay for repairs.
"While manufacturers and importers actively issue recalls,
the decision cannot rest exclusively in industry's hands," said
Transport Minister Lisa Raitt in the release....More