EV/AV Report: May 30, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Wallbox expands its operations into Canada, Sudbury held its first conference to discuss battery materials in the region and consumer EV registrations appear to be on a sharp rise. A Box on a Wall Canadian EV owners now have the option for a simpler […]

Arctic Charge: Yukon highways nearly fully linked to charging network

Whitehorse, Yukon — In a move that has the potential to bust some myths about EV efficacy in Canada’s north, the Yukon government announced on Thursday that nearly all of the territory’s highways have been linked up to the electric vehicle charging network. The territory has been rapidly expanding its EV charging network over the […]

EV/AV Report: February 7, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, a project to install up to 200 electric vehicle (EV) chargers across the Yukon, Toyota demonstrates its self-drifting technology and Nissan presents its first all-electric SUV. Charge up The Government of Yukon and Natural Resources Canada are collaborating on a $2.15 million CAD project […]

EV/AV Report: January 17, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, heat pumps in Tesla’s Model 3 and Model Y are under a Transport Canada investigation, the Windsor, Ont.-area has more EV chargers on the way and Chevrolet has announced the electrified edition of one of its most popular models. Pump Dump Transport Canada is […]

EV/AV Report: November 15, 2021

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Shell Canada receives funding for 79 new EV chargers across the country, Ontario’s Premier pushes back on EV incentives in the province and Subaru unveils its new Solterra EV crossover. A Shell of its Former Self Shell Canada is getting in on the nation’s […]

EV Apprehension: New survey says there are still many barriers preventing Canadians from adopting EVs, which could be worrisome for automotive industry

Toronto, Ontario — Across Canada, collision repair facilities and automakers have been preparing for the future: electric vehicles.  Trying to stay ahead of the electric curve, many shops have obtained EV certifications, invested in new equipment and training. While, automakers have been pumping out electric vehicles left, right and center—with more than 130 new EVs […]

New Brunswick receives new EV chargers

By CRM Staff Toronto, Ontario — March 5, 2019 — The Canadian government will be donating $350,000 to build seven electric vehicle fast chargers in New Brunswick. Karen Ludwig, a member of parliament for New Brunswick Southwest, announced the news Tuesday on behalf of Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, the Hon. Amarjeet Sohi. “Our government is committed […]