Monthly Archives: November 2016

E-tailing has the potential to affect the way you run your business in the aftermarket industry. Canadians are increasingly turning towards the comforts of shopping from their homes and this includes purchasing vehicle parts and fluids online. AIA Canada’s E-tailing: Online Shopping Habits of Canadian Car Owners provides a closer look at this channel, billed […]

Members from the Southern Alberta Division (Glynn Jones, Continental ContiTech; Ron Kolody, Uni-Select Canada; and Frank Hutchins, Grand Prix Automotive Distribution Inc.) presented a cheque for $4,000 to the Veteran’s Food Bank in Calgary, Alberta. The monies raised were from the Division’s charity golf tournament this past September. Up until two weeks ago the food […]

On Wednesday November 16, Sheri Benson, MP for Saskatoon West tabled a private member’s bill entitled An Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. AIA Canada is pleased to hear that there is renewed parliamentary discussion surrounding the ban on asbestos and health and workplace safety practices. “As we follow the recent movement […]

AIA Canada is pleased to announce Fix Auto North Bay as the first collision repair shop in Canada to be recognized under the new Canadian Collision Industry Accreditation Program (CCIAP). Program Director Andrew Shepherd was pleased to have Fix Auto North Bay be the first to confirm their participation in the accreditation program. “Store manager […]

*Deadline to submit your bid response is now closed. Overview The Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA) is seeking translation services for its Aftermarket Labour Market Intelligence (ALMI) project. The service includes translation of documents, reports and website content from English to French. The terms of engagement will be established using a Framework Contract. Translation services […]