Monthly Archives: April 2018

In April 2018, AIA Canada released, ‘Labour Market Watch: Status of the Mechanical and Collision Sectors in Canada,‘ offering facts and figures on workforce composition of the aftermarket industry, along with data on gender, education, training and other demographic information. Grab your FREE copy from the publications section of the website! Note that the report is […]

Ottawa, ON, April 27, 2018 – The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada is pleased to announce the election of four new directors for the 2018-2019 AIA Canada Board of Directors, along with other changes to its Board at the 76th Annual General Meeting held in Toronto, Ontario on April 25, 2018. The newly elected members […]

AIA Canada (Quebec Division) is pleased to partner with AQAET (Association québécoise de l’alternance études-travail) by offering a sponsorship supporting its symposium held on April 26th and 27th at the Palace Royal in Quebec City. The association’s work has a significant impact on the future of the workforce. AQAET is a non-profit organization, which has […]

“Any chance you would know the percentage of women who work in the industry?” At AIA Canada, we are used to being asked questions on labour market trends and issues. We also realize that there is no one cohesive source for the aftermarket industry to gather information on labour market trends. Until now! ‘Labour Market […]

Haven’t had the chance to fill out the survey yet? The deadline has been extended to Thursday, May 31st, 2018. The compensation survey is an important tool for capturing critical data from automotive aftermarket shops such as yours. But don’t worry, this information is confidential and data will be converted to averages for industry use! As […]