Edmonton, Alberta — Just when you thought your childhood fear of quicksand had passed—your car has been consumed by the earth. That is what four Edmonton residents are asking themselves after a sinkhole opened up in the parking lot of a south-end Infiniti dealership on Tuesday. Owner of the neighbouring Mercedes-Benz Heritage Valley dealership, Lucky […]
Toronto, Ontario — ‘Bout that time again—Happy Friday, folks! Let’s celebrate with Collision Repair‘s weekly Can You Believe This?! clip.
Meet and Greet: Mouvement Carrossiers Quebec event to feature presentation on industry financial loss
Berthierville, Quebec — Those looking for advice on legal recourse will be interested in the Mouvement Carrossiers Quebec (MCQ) event this weekend. This Saturday at 10 a.m., M. Estelle Savoie-Dufresne, a lawyer dedicated to consumer class actions, will deliver a presentation on factors causing financial loss—specifically in the areas of insurance relations and management of […]
Ottawa, Ontario — The province may be famous for its flatness, but Saskatchewan led the way in terms of new Canadian vehicle sales this past August, according to recent stats from DesRosiers Automotive Consultants (DAC). While the majority of provinces posted new light vehicle sales decreases in August 2022, the prairie province recorded an estimated 3.5 […]
Vancouver, British Columbia — We’re only two weeks out from the start of CCIF Vancouver and the time to buy your tickets is quickly running out, so be sure to register soon to secure your spot at this year’s show, which is set to run from Oct. 6 to 7 at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport […]
A Troublesome Trend: Calgary’s July 2021 hail storm damage more than double initial estimates, IBC says
Edmonton, Alberta — As we close the book on yet another eventful summer, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has opened theirs, tallying up the damage from several severe weather events that hit Western Canada over the past months. Canada’s western half is dealing with more than $300 million in insured damage following several thunderstorm […]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Avid readers of Tom Bissonnette’s regular Collision Repair columns will be interested to know that the director of the Saskatchewan Association of Automotive Repairers (SAAR) and former owner of Saskatoon’s Parr Auto Body will be part of a panel presented by KPMG Canada, slated for Oct. 4. “Lessons I’ve Learned” is an […]
Toronto, Ontario — This week, bear witness to an amateur music video gone horribly wrong; discover the wackiest Club Car your course has to offer; spot some chop shop work at your local Timmie’s and much, much more—all in Collision Repair mag’s Can You Believe This?!
Toronto, Ontario — The Automotive Industry Association of Canada (AIA Canada) has released a new report that dives into how drivers determine who gets dibs on their vehicle’s repairs, the independent or the dealer. In its press release, AIA Canada says this latest report explores the behaviours of vehicle owners and what variables affect their […]