Volkswagen goes silent on fraud in Canada

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Volkswagen admitted last fall that it used defeat devices on nearly 500,000 diesel cars sold in the U.S. and about 100,000 vehicles sold in Canada between 2009 and 2015. The devices were designed to fool government labs during indoor testing, hiding the fact that Volkswagen vehicles were spewing up to 40 times more toxic pollution than advertised. While the German auto manufacturer announced a massive settlement worth more than $15-billion in the United States on Tuesday, Canadians like Murbarik are still waiting to hear of any news at all from Volkswagen in Canada.

By Charles Mandel
Read the full article at the National Observer.