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Government Relations Budget 2017 and the Aftermarket (3/24/2017) - As Minister Morneau painted the town “green” with the release of Budget 2017 on Wednesday, gender-equality supporters and innovation enthusiasts found plenty to cheer on. AIA Canada had its eyes set on the budget to analyse how it will impact our $21 billion sector. Here’s our take on the key areas that will directly affect the […]
CCIAP Update: Corporation des carrossiers professionnels du Québec (3/21/2017) - In the spirit of cooperation, the Corporation des carrossiers professionnels du Québec met with representatives of AIA Canada and I-CAR to pave the way for its involvement in promoting the Canadian Collision Industry Accreditation Program (CCIAP).
Monthly Minute – March 2017 (3/14/2017) - Knowledge is POWER. Through the AIA Monthly Minute, important industry information is at your fingertips. Feel free to pass it along to others in your network, and most importantly, enjoy the content that is developed with you in mind. Read the Monthly Minute by clicking here.
Division News AIA Ontario Division Kicks Off 2017 (3/8/2017) - Members of the AIA Ontario Division joined together for their first meeting of 2017 on February 14th at the Worldpac Canada office. Along with discussion on upcoming initiatives, AIA Ontario Division contributed $10,000 to the High Fives for Kids Foundations. AIA Canada and the High Fives for Kids Foundation express gratitude towards the generous contribution.
Government Relations Lobby Day on the Hill: April 4th (3/8/2017) - AIA Canada is excited to announce its upcoming advocacy day on Parliament Hill: April 4, 2017. The day will consist of meetings with federal ministries, offices, committees and caucuses during which AIA Canada will deliver messaging on a variety of topics that include innovation, skilled workforce and consumer choice. To cap off the day, AIA staff, […]
AIA Canada logo with the word "news" underneath Does the automotive aftermarket have a future? (3/8/2017) - Will your job or business still be there in the future? Or will your livelihood disappear? Through our disruptors study, this is exactly what AIA Canada is looking to find out. To this end, we are surveying many different aftermarket companies throughout the automotive aftermarket to understand their backgrounds, attitudes and openness towards changes in […]
AIA board of directors BC Division Update – Service Provider Activities (3/3/2017) - Among other initiatives, the new BC Division has been working to support AIA’s focus on Automotive Service Providers (ASPs). To that end, an evening meeting was held on January 12th to which a number of ASPs were invited to exchange points of view about “What keeps you awake at night?” The meeting was facilitated by […]
High Fives for Kids H5s4Ks The High Fives for Kids Foundation is proud to support Gates Canada (3/3/2017) - The High Fives for Kids Foundation is proud to support Gates Canada with a joint contribution to Lansdowne Children’s Centre.  Presenting a cheque to Landsdowne is Sylva Chupka and Michelle Snowden from Gates Canada. Lansdowne Children’s Centre is a Treatment Centre for children and youth with physical, developmental or communication needs. The Centre provides specialized care and […]
AIA Canada logo with the word "news" underneath AIA Canada announces groundbreaking automotive aftermarket labour market project (3/3/2017) - Toronto, ON – March 3, 2017 – The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada is pleased to announce today, at a special event hosted by Centennial College, the official launch of a groundbreaking labour market intelligence project for the automotive aftermarket in Canada. The project, formally known as the Aftermarket Labour Market Intelligence (ALMI), aims […]
AIA Canada logo with the word "news" underneath Federal government taking steps to ban the import and manufacture of lead wheel weights. Learn more and get involved. (3/2/2017) - Environment and Climate Change Canada is moving forward in its efforts to prohibit the manufacture and import of lead wheel weights. It is expected that within five years of the regulations coming into force, there will be a 90% reduction of lead wheel weights lost on Canadian roads. To learn more about the proposed regulatory […]

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