GM has announced it will hire 1,000 engineers in Canada as it looks to boost its development of self-driving cars.
“We selected Canada for this expansion because of its clear capacity for innovation, proven talent and strong ecosystem of great universities, startups and innovative suppliers,” GM Executive Vice President Mark Reuss.
GM said the available engineering positions will focus on research and development, such as, autonomous-vehicle software and controls development, safety technology, infotainment and connected vehicle technology.
The company also plans on spending $10 million to expand its cold-weather-testing facility in Ontario.
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