Legislative framework still needed for autonomous vehicles

Google started the white-hot hype around driverless cars, but technological barriers notwithstanding, experts say a legislative framework is still needed before the vehicles can be made available to the public.

By Dylan O’Hagan   Peterborough, Ontario — May 2, 2016 — Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are coming at some point.  It could be as soon as the year 2020 according to Barrie Kirk, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence (CAVCOE), but currently there is little to no legislation in place […]

NACE Expo expands to meet demand

NACE 2016 logo

North Richland Hills, Texas — May 2, 2016 — NACE is already the largest collision repair event in the world but recent news indicates that it’s going to be even bigger than usual in 2016. According to show management, significant exhibit space has been added to the NACE | CARS 2016 Expo floor plan to […]

Larry Jefferies to receive AIA Distinguished Service Award

Larry Jefferies has been awarded the AIA Distinguished Service Award for 2016.

Ottawa, Ontario — May 2, 2016 — Larry Jefferies is the winner of this year’s prestigious AIA Distinguished Service Award. An official statement was released by AIA Canada.  The Distinguished Service Award will be presented at AIA’s Aftermarket Conference for Executives (ACE) being held at the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal, in Montreal, Quebec. The event takes […]

Porsche Club shifts into spring at CSN-427 Auto Collision

One of the Porsches on display at the Porsche Club Spring Event.

Toronto, Ontario — May 2, 2016 — Toronto area Porsche owners came together over the weekend to celebrate their love of these iconic automobiles at the Upper Canada Region of the Porsche Club of America’s annual Shift into Spring event. The event took place at CSN-427 Auto Collision in Mississauga, Ontario. The facility is certified […]