Toronto, Ontario–August 16, 2019–According to a study from a government-run organization, British Columbians pay more for auto insurance premiums than residents of any other province.
Elizabeth Sargeant Toronto, Ontario — August 13, 2019 — Collision Repair has confirmed that, according to State Farm, no data shared with the company by
Toronto, Ontario — August 8, 2019 — Our latest issue of Collision Repair is ready to be printed, read, and enjoyed by our loyal readers. The
Toronto, Ontario — August 6, 2019 Well Aged and Better Waged: Average U.S. repairer now over 40, earning $72k CDN According to I-CAR’s Snapshot on the Collision Repair Industry,
Toronto, Ontario — August 1, 2019 – Filled with a variety of necessary and well-engineered tools, the Dent Fix Equipment’s DF-EZN1G/DXEEZ Nitro Plastic Repair Station is
Toronto, Ontario — August 1, 2019 — After the sad announcement that came earlier this year that Fred Iantaro was leaving the company after 17
Toronto, Ontario — July 30, 2019 – Former Mercedes-Benz Canada CEO Tim Ruess has been elected as head of the Canadian Automobile Dealers Association (CADA).
Toronto, Ontario — July 29, 2019 — In this week’s Tuesday Ticker: Axalta’s investors unmoved by acquisition rumours, Canada’s auto sector looks unlikely to repeat
Toronto, Ontario — July 29, 2019 – The Women’s Industry Network is offering a special promotion for men and women wanting to be a member
Toronto, Ontario — July 26, 2019 — Two years after being acquired by Fix Auto Network World, Trans North America Glass Network (TAG Network),
Toronto, Ontario — July 27, 2019 – From kids spending their summer perfecting the trades to an auto recycling business raising big bucks for a
Toronto, Ontario — July 24, 2019 — Repairers considering opening a new facility in Ontario might want to look beyond the big city, a new study