Quebec project to be North America’s first lithium spodumene producer after $98-million restart

The northern Quebec mine has been shuttered since 2019, but surging demand for lithium from the electric vehicle battery industry and the urgency to establish a North American supply chain is giving the site new purpose

B.C.’s Nano One buys $10.25-million cathode active material facility in Quebec, inks deal with BASF for battery development

The BASF partnership, coupled with the acquisition of one of North America’s only lithium-iron phosphate (LFP) battery materials facilities, helps move Nano One closer to its goal of becoming a low-cost producer of high performance cathode powders for use in lithium-ion batteries

Stellantis, LG Energy Solution bringing $5-billion battery factory to Windsor

After months of speculation, the two companies have confirmed Canada’s biggest pure electric vehicle investment yet: a $5-billion joint-venture battery cell factory situated in the heartland of Ontario’s auto industry

GM, Posco to build $500-million Canadian cathode active material factory in Quebec to supply Ultium battery factories

General Motors Canada’s David Paterson tells Electric Autonomy Canada exclusively what GM’s new facility in Bécancour Industrial Park, slated to begin operation in 2025, will mean for the company and for Canada’s EV battery supply chain

BASF announces Quebec site acquisition for a major battery cathode facility

The German chemical giant announced Friday that it plans to build a factory in Quebec to produce cathode active materials — helping to fill a gap in Canada’s electric vehicle battery supply chain — with production expected to start by 2025

Manitoba lithium company looks to become continental EV battery supply chain player

Mining hopeful Snow Lake Resources is years away from producing lithium from its Manitoba project, but the company is already looking for potential partners to develop an integrated North American supply chain