Canada mandates new car and passenger truck sales to be 100 per cent zero-emission by 2035

In a major announcement featuring three cabinet ministers in three provinces, the federal government says it is making 100 per cent ZEV sales mandatory by 2035 to meet Canada’s national net-zero targets, bringing the national market goal in line with Quebec and California pledges

EMC calls for “more ambitious” federal light-duty ZEV sales target of 100 per cent by 2030

An accelerated sales target, backed by policies that include a ZEV mandate, is crucial to meeting Canada’s emission reduction goals and securing ZEV supply, says Electric Mobility Canada president Daniel Breton

Ottawa to add 450 zero-emission buses to its transit fleet by 2027, become fully electric by 2036

Leveraging a $400-million investment from the Canadian Infrastructure Bank, the second of two municipal transit investments by the CIB this month, Ottawa is set to convert its entire fleet to electric buses in 15 years

7-Eleven to install DC fast chargers at selected stores in Canada

In all, 250 7-Eleven stores in Canada and the U.S. are set to receive DC fast chargers this year or next as part of the retailer’s strategy to cut emissions by half

Stelco and Primobius announce joint North American battery recycling venture

Plans to build a 20,000-tonne facility for end-of-life car battery recycling include a possible future-proofing capacity expansion to account for growing battery demand