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Chris Kinghorn’s position at UAP has the word “growth” right in the job title. But he has not just helped to grow UAP, he has been growing too. Room to expand one’s skills and career is one of the many things he values at his company and in the industry....
Ever since it opened in 1985, the Automotive Business School of Canada at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario, has been a starting point for many people currently in the Canadian auto care industry. While cars have changed a lot in the past 40 years, the auto care sector’s need for...
November 1st, 2022, Ottawa, ON – Yesterday, the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA Canada) appeared before the Standing Committee on Industry and Technology to speak to Bill C-244, An Act to amend the Copyright Act (diagnosis, maintenance and repair). AIA Canada advocated for amendments to the bill that will...
AIA Canada President, Jean-François Champagne, and lead economist for Ernst & Young, Dr. Mauricio Zelaya, present the key findings of the 2022 Outlook Study. The Outlook Study is AIA Canada’s flagship report, filled with data and analysis that gives auto care businesses the edge they need to make strategic decisions....
This morning, AIA Canada and a group of 20 members from across the country met with Members of Parliament (MPs) and other political decision-makers to raise our concerns about the right to repair and its impact on our sector. The day kicked off with a parliamentary breakfast, attended by 25...

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