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CARFAX helps people buy and sell used cars with confidence by accurately valuing the vehicle in question. Candice James, who has been with CARFAX for five years, thinks properly valuing your work/life balance is essential to long-term success. Finding that confidence to accurately value oneself is something she hopes to...
The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) returned to Toronto in February 2023, after a two-year absence from the largest auto care market in Canada. The event, held on the second and third of the month, brought collision industry professionals together for two days of sessions and networking. Getting things done...
The Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA Canada) is proud to announce the appointment of Stuart “Stu” Klein to the newly created position of Senior Director, Collision. In this position, Stu will join the Association’s senior leadership team, which helps guide AIA Canada’s support and advocacy for the Canadian auto...
In 2022, the AIA Canada Quebec Division committee took the initiative to relaunch the internship fair activities at vocational training centers (VTCs) as part of their file on succession. The “AIA Canada Day” event was created with the objective of introducing AIA Canada and the maintenance and repair market to...
The new Auto Care Landscape in Canada tool from AIA Canada is an online map showing the location of over 25,000 facilities across the country. Businesses listed on the map include collision repair, mechanical repair and new car dealers. Watch the video below to learn more about the Auto Care...

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