Category Archives: What’s happening

The Government of Canada and stakeholders from the North American auto industry are seeking information from the aftermarket on Pentadecafluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). PFOA is: A synthetic chemical Used by chemical companies and manufacturers to make non-stick cookware, water repellant coatings for all-weather clothing and fabrics, food packing, gaskets, O-rings and hoses Used in producing fluoropolymers, […]

AIA Canada, along with Auto Care Association and the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), submitted comments to the Department of Commerce (Commerce) concerning the Section 232 National Security Investigation of Imports of Automobiles, including Cars, SUVs, Vans and Light Trucks, and Automotive Parts. Section 232 investigations are conducted to determine the impacts of imports on […]

Knowledge is POWER. Through the AIA Canada Monthly Minute, important industry information is at your fingertips. Feel free to pass it along to others in your network, and most importantly, enjoy the content that is developed with you in mind. Read the Monthly Minute by clicking here.

Canadian youth need role models like you to help them plan their futures. AIA Canada and Let’s Talk Science have partnered to create career profiles and video interviews that will help young people learn about the great careers in the automotive aftermarket industry. Find out how you can get involved.

President JF Champagne made his way to Edmonton on June 6th to be part of a panel at the Conference Board of Canada’s Automated Vehicles 2018: Planning for Urban and Rural Transitions Conference to discuss the impact of automated vehicles on the workforce. As new mobility and automated vehicles emerge, important questions have been raised around how […]