Sponsoring Success: AIA Canada announces Arthur Paulin Aftermarket Scholarship recipients

Toronto, Ontario — Looking toward the future for the Canadian auto industry, the AIA High Fives for Kids Foundation has announced the recipients of this year’s Arthur Paulin Aftermarket Scholarship Awards. The scholarship was introduced to provide monetary assistance of $700 to students looking to further their education in the automotive field. This year, the […]

Boosting Business: B.C. allocates $10 million for ‘Accelerating Manufacturing Grant’

Victoria, British Columbia — With the aim of boosting jobs and innovation in the province, the government of British Columbia has allocated $10 million to support 43 new manufacturing projects. “The pandemic has changed the way many B.C. companies do business and for many, adapting and innovating is the way to ensure long-term growth,” said […]

Stay in School: L’Expert Carrossier Rive-Sud provides $5K in scholarships to local students

Saint-Romuald, Quebec — When the pandemic hit and management at L’Expert Carrossier Rive-Sud heard that many post-secondary students were being forced to abandon their studies, the collision centre south of Quebec City stepped up to lend some assistance. Through a collaboration between the shop and a local radio station, L’Expert Carrossier Rive-Sud was able to […]

Fresh Coat of Paint: Collision Clinic announces jingle contest winner

St. John’s, Newfoundland — What’s that song you’ve got stuck in your head? Oh, might it be CSN Collision Clinic’s newly revitalized jingle, featuring Newfoundland’s own Evelyn Jess. CSN Collision Clinic ran a contest this summer to find the best rendition of the brand’s famous jingle, in exchange for an artist development grant from the […]

Green Grants: Victoria, B.C. EV company among 24 to receive Supply Chain grant

Victoria, British Columbia — The government of British Columbia is doing its part to support environmentally sustainable Canadian businesses with the announcement of investments in 24 projects across the province. On Sunday, the provincial government issued a press release announcing that “The Supply Chain Resiliency Grant Program has awarded one-time funding of up to $400,000 […]