Ottawa unveils national mandate to enforce ZEV sales targets

The long-awaited federal ZEV sales mandate for light-duty vehicles will require auto makers and importers to meet ZEV sales quotas aligned with federal targets — 20 per cent in 2026, 60 per cent in 2030 and 100 per cent in 2035

Federal action plan shows how Canada’s ZEV policies will reduce transportation-related emissions

The Action Plan for Clean On-Road Transportation assembles existing policy puzzle pieces to show how ZEV sales targets, rebates and funding programs are creating a pathway to clean vehicles, in support of Ottawa’s overall 2050 net-zero pledge

Federal government doubles down on funding programs to decarbonize Canada’s medium- and heavy-duty sectors

The call for proposals for both the Green Freight Program and the Zero-Emission Vehicle Awareness Initiative will go toward decarbonizing larger classes of vehicles in Canada’s transportation sector

Northwest Territories tackles EV affordability, access to charging in new action plan

Over $2.26 million from the N.W.T.’s latest Energy Action Plan will go towards initiatives including new rebate programs for e-bikes, snowmobiles and electric boats as well as charging infrastructure across the territory

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

Just 1 per cent of vehicles on Canadian roads are zero-emission, new StatsCan data shows

A new StatsCan publication of annual light- and medium-duty vehicle registrations through 2021 puts the current number of ZEV registrations in Canada relative to the total fleet in perspective