Canada Post is electrifying 14,000 last-mile fleet vehicles. We go behind the scenes of that decision

In an exclusive interview, Ian Kerr, vice-president of business transformation at Canada Post, offers Electric Autonomy Canada a backstage look at the corporation’s new $1-billion commitment to electrify its 14,000-vehicle fleet

Women leading on climate: Catherine McKenna’s vision for a clean Canada

For International Women’s Day, Canada’s former minister of environment and climate change and minister of infrastructure and communities sits down with Electric Autonomy Canada for an exclusive interview on harnessing female talent and taking meaningful climate action in transportation

Project Arrow and the final mile: the APMA’s Flavio Volpe says Canada’s own electric car is nearly here

At the end of 2022 the real life prototype of the Project Arrow vehicle will be unveiled to the world. In an exclusive interview, one of the project’s core leaders recaps the journey and sets the record straight on future plans

GM Canada president Scott Bell shares his take on Canada’s role in the company’s future

From minerals to manufacturing, General Motors is focused on an increasingly EV-dominant future and Canada is being considered a significant partner in the process says GM Canada president in an exclusive interview

CEO of Bolt Logistics unpacks the strategy behind the fleet’s drive into electrification

From start-up to one of Canada’s largest electric logistics fleets, Bolt Logistics is blazing a trail in commercial electric vehicle ownership and operation. In an Electric Autonomy Canada exclusive, CEO Mark Ang discusses the costs, strategy, upside, tradeoffs, decision modelling and rewards of being an early leader in fleet electrification

BC Ferries’ new hybrid-electric vessels just the start of a major electrification push

In an exclusive interview, BC Ferries CEO Mark Collins outlines his plan to convert at least half of the operator’s 36-vessel fleet to electric, updates his pitch for government support, and reflects on a disappointing lack of interest from Canadian shipyards

Union leader Jerry Dias on Canadian EV production: “We’re on the cusp of leading globally”

Unifor’s national president speaks exclusively to Electric Autonomy about the pivotal role that governments played in securing EV production in Ontario and what the Ford and FCA deals mean for Canadian autoworkers and supply chain

Uber drivers should not carry the economic burden of transitioning to EVs, says Canadian GM

In an exclusive interview, Uber Canada’s GM says the ride-hailing giant is looking to customers and the public to support the switch, and that its goal of 100 per cent EV use by 2030 in North American cities applies to those with “supportive EV policies”