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In a press release issued on March 16, 2023, ahead of the 2023 Federal Budget announcement, members of the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition (CMC) called on the federal government to support the Canadian manufacturing industry with measures to help attract and train workers, support investment and speed up industry’s transition to...
The Government of Canada is seeking input on the future of competition policy in Canada, including how to ensure the law and its provisions remain effective in serving our national interest, and how to improve or protect competition in emerging data and digital markets.  AIA Canada is actively engaged in...
On March 21, 2023, Finance Minister Éric Girard presented Quebec’s 2023-2024 budget (available in French). This is the first exercise since last October’s election, and comes with no major surprises. In addition to fulfilling several campaign promises, including cutting income taxes, this budget is anchored in two major realities: the...
AIA Canada’s Senior Director of Government Relations, Alana Baker, promoted the auto care sector’s demand for more funding for skills training as part of the Ontario Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs’ pre-budget consultations on February 6, 2023.  Citing the growing demand for technicians trained to handle electric vehicles...
Automotive aftermarket releases best practice guidelines for legislators  CANADA–March 9, 2023 – Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA Canada) has joined other association leaders from around the world to support the critical global right to repair movement. We are calling for legislation to achieve fair and open competition and consumer...

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