Videotron adding 100 Ford E-Transit electric vans to its fleet this summer

With the new Ford vehicles, and related charging infrastructure, 20 per cent of Videotron’s 900-vehicle fleet will be electrified — in step with parent company Quebecor’s commitment to have a fully zero-emission fleet by 2030

Montreal company one of the first in Canada to integrate Ford e-Transit zero-emission delivery vans into its fleet

With the help of turnkey electric vehicle service provider 7 Generation Capital, delivery company Courant Plus snagged two brand new Ford e-Transit vehicles for its zero-emissions courier business

Mack Trucks is building out its presence in the Canadian heavy-duty electric truck sector with series of new EV-related offerings

From launching a Vehicle-as-a-Service program to offering customers range calculators and opening a certified electric vehicle dealer in Canada, Mack Trucks is committed to accelerating EV adoption since unveiling its first Mack LR Electric truck in 2021

New developments suggest Canada is about to play a greater role in Tesla’s global supply chain

A new plan to hire a critical minerals supply chain policy associate in Toronto, plus a rumoured deal with Vale to secure Canadian nickel and Tesla’s growing commercial and lobbying presence, all suggest Canada is about to play a greater role in the automaker’s global supply chain

5.2 million North American trucks prime for electrification, says new NACFE report

A three-week, real-world demonstration has proven electric trucks are “a viable option” for commercial fleets, offering electric benefits without impacting performance

Electrifying a market giant: Why Ford’s new Lightning pickup is the biggest innovation in F-150 history

For many reasons, Ford’s Lightning F-150 electric pickup truck could become a landmark in the transition to electric personal mobility in Canada. First, is its value compared to its internal-combustion siblings. Second, is Ford’s compelling history in this market sector, Peter Vella explains