Hot Talks: Stefano Liessi ‘Enslaved by KPIs’ workshop moved to CCIF Toronto conference programming

Toronto, Ontario — The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) has moved Collision Repair columnist Stefano Liessi’s CCIF Toronto workshop to main conference programming due to popular demand, the organization announced Thursday morning. Liessi, an I-CAR trainer and lead consultant for Canadian Collision Repair Specialist, was set to deliver “Enslaved by KPIs,” a limited-access workshop on […]

Save the Date: CCIF Toronto to be held Feb. 2-3, 2023

Toronto, Ontario — The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) will return to Toronto this winter, marking the organization’s first forum in the city since 2019. To be held at the Delta Hotels by Marriot Toronto Airport and Conference Centre on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3, CCIF invites collision repairers, insurers, suppliers, service providers, […]

Omicron’s Wrath: CCIF cancels Toronto event

Toronto, Ontario — For the second year straight, the Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) has been forced to cancel its Toronto event due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 restrictions. The organization made the announcement Friday evening via e-mail. “The safety of all CCIF stakeholders is our first priority while planning the highly-anticipated CCIF events,” wrote […]

Conference Watch: CCIF ‘exploring options’ for Toronto event

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) issued a statement Tuesday morning stating the organization was “currently exploring its options for the Toronto event scheduled for February 3 and 4, 2022.” “Although we are looking forward to meeting in person, the health and wellbeing of our attendees and community is our first priority,” […]

Going with the Flow: No trade show at CCIF Toronto 2022

Toronto, Ontario — The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) Toronto event organizers have announced that the tradeshow portion of the event will not be taking place this year, as COVID-19 cases are back on the rise in Ontario. The show itself will still go ahead from Feb. 3-4 at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto […]

Get that Worm: CCIF Toronto 2022 early bird registration now open

Toronto, Ontario — Automotive trade shows are back in business and you can get yourself to the front of the line now that early bird registration for CCIF Toronto 2022 is officially open. This year will be CCIF’s “homecoming” event in Toronto, following more than a year of pandemic-related roadblocks, and organizers are doing everything […]

This Time For Real: CCIF Toronto 2022 to go ahead in-person Feb. 3-4, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — Mark your calendars and put in your insoles, CCIF Toronto is back and in-person, as organizers announced Tuesday that the 2022 industry event is a go for Feb 3-4. CCIF Toronto 2022 will be back in a scaled back form as one of Canada’s largest automotive trade shows gets set to take […]

Open Mic: CCIF opens public applications for speakers for upcoming events

Toronto, Ontario — Think you’ve got the next big idea that’ll rock the automotive industry? Got a hot take about collision repair that you can’t keep to yourself? CCIF sending out an open call for speakers at their upcoming events. Announced via email on Wednesday, the Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) is now accepting submissions […]

Secure Your Spot: CCIF Toronto virtual experience just three weeks away

Toronto, Ontario — Join CCIF on Feb. 3 and 4, 2021 to gain industry insights from collision repair experts during the organization’s second official virtual experience. “Attendees will have text, audio, and video networking opportunities, join conferences and workshops, ask questions to speakers and sponsors, and learn about exhibitor products and services all from the […]

SATA to raise money for autism research with CCIF auction

By Tom Davis Toronto, Ontario — January 17, 2018 — SATA Canada has announced it will auction its first SATAjet Canada 150 special edition spray gun at the CCIF Toronto conference on January 26, to raise funds for autism research. “The SATAjet Canada 150 was a real hit, selling out almost immediately, luckily we kept […]