Monthly Archives: April 2015

The automotive aftermarket industry is made up of entrepreneurial thinkers and doers who find new and better ways to service and accessorize our vehicles, and members of their national association want to inspire others to do the same. The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada announced today it is donating $250,000 to Georgian College’s Automotive […]

For immediate release  Shirley Brown to receive AIA Distinguished Service Award at 73rd Annual General Meeting  April 27, 2015, Ottawa – The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada is pleased to announce that Shirley Brown, Editor-in-Chief of Car Care Business and Associate Publisher, Rousseau Automotive Communications, is this year’s recipient of the AIA Distinguished Service […]

For immediate release Michael Macaluso to receive 2015 YES Young Leader of the Year Award April 23, 2015, Ottawa – The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada’s Young Executive Society (YES) is pleased to announce that Michael Macaluso, President, CARSTAR Automotive Canada, is this year’s recipient of the Young Leader of the Year Award. The […]

Looking for information related to the automotive trades registered in Nova Scotia? The Automotive Sector Council (ASC) of Nova Scotia has produced a comprehensive ten-page document outlining provincially registered trades, trade profiles, employer incentives and grants, available tax credits, apprenticeship initiatives and industry services. The thorough resource with information specific to the aftermarket industry was […]

The Listowel Eastdale Public School playground equipment was condemned in 2011 as it no longer met the safety standards for playgrounds.  Because the Ministry of Education does not provide funding for playgrounds, the Foundation for Enriching Education was reaching out to community supporters to help them in their fundraising efforts to raise $85,000 to replace […]