Exclusive: “The stars have aligned” for Canada as a lithium supplier, says Livent chief strategy officer Sarah Maryssael

Last week’s deal between Ford and Quebec’s Nemaska Lithium was a Canadian coming out of sorts for Nemaska’s co-owner Livent. Electric Autonomy spoke to Sarah Maryssael, Livent’s Montreal-based chief strategy officer, to learn more about the lithium miner’s plans for this market

Coke Canada Bottling announces purchase of six Class 8 Volvo VNR electric trucks

Coke Canada will start using the trucks for customer deliveries in the Montreal area later this year; announcement came two days after rival PepsiCo unveiled its first 18 Tesla Semis at a bottling plant in California

7-Eleven charging network launch puts spotlight on potential Canadian sites

First announced in 2021, the convenience chain’s 7Charge fast-charging network is now officially online in four U.S. states; Canadian sites are planned, with B.C. a likely beachhead

Will Canada follow U.S. lead with new federal performance and reliability standards for EV chargers?

In response to queries from Electric Autonomy, Natural Resources minister Jonathan Wilkinson’s office reveals an openness — but no commitments — to altering the status quo

In latest meetings with German automakers, industry minister Champagne touts Canada as “the logical choice”

Speaking to reporters amid meetings with Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and BMW, federal industry minister François-Philippe Champagne says “decarbonization” of Canada’s supply chain is a key selling point