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Ottawa, June 12, 2024 — I-CAR Canada has partnered with the Provincial Council of Joint Committees of the Automotive Services Industry (CPCPA) to allow for immediate electric vehicle (EV) training for Canadians across Quebec.  The CPCPA is an association that aims to develop excellence and recognition of the workforce in...
The AIA Canada Quebec Division golf tournament, which took place on Thursday, May 30, was completely sold out. A total of 144 golfers enjoyed taking part in the first event of the season, which attracted players from all sectors of the auto care industry. An additional fifteen people attended the...
Student Aftermarket Day, an annual event held at Georgian College’s Automotive Business School of Canada (ABSC), aims to promote auto care sector career opportunities and discuss the aftermarket and its future with ABSC automotive students.   We are seeking ABSC alumni speaker applicants who are currently employed in the auto care...
Todd Campau, MAAP, ACP, S&P Global Mobility It is no secret that Canada’s auto care sector is undergoing significant changes due to various factors, ranging from emerging technologies, global production trends, and economic fluctuations to adjusting to a post-pandemic society.   At the 2024 edition of the AIA Canada National Conference,...
The Government of Canada recently introduced measures introduced through the Supply Chains Act, which aim to increase industry awareness and transparency and drive businesses to improve practices. Learn more here. The purpose of the Supply Chains Act is to implement Canada’s international commitment to contribute to the fight against forced labour and...

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