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Since 2022, AIA Canada’s Quebec Division has held an annual AIA Canada Day to connect students at Vocational Training Centres (VTCs) to the Association and auto care sector professionals, and to teach, inspire, and inform them about the industry, job opportunities, and how to create a successful career.  Going off...
Nominations for the AIA Canada Distinguished Service Award (DSA) are now open. The DSA is the highest award presented by AIA Canada to an individual member; it recognizes a lifetime of exceptional leadership, service, and commitment to the development of Canada’s auto care sector.  Each year, one outstanding AIA Canada...
AIA Canada’s Board of Directors plays an important role in keeping the Association focused on fulfilling its mandate to its members and to the Canadian auto care sector. Each year, members are asked to recommend new directors to take the place of those who have completed their terms. This year,...
The largest gathering of collision industry stakeholders in Canada, CCIF Toronto, returned this past week. Collision repairers, insurers, dealers, suppliers and service providers got together at the International Centre in Toronto to collaborate, network, attend professional development sessions, and view new products and services at the Vendor showcase.  People, process,...
Toronto, February 9th, 2024 — The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) is pleased to announce the newest members to its Steering Committee. The Steering Committee is responsible for guiding priority areas to ensure that CCIF events continue to be a success. With the goal of representing the collision industry as...

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