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

Propulsion Québec receives $8 million to launch EV charging and smart transportation development programs

The funding, from the federal and provincial governments, will support installation of over 600 new public EV chargers in the province and help launch several business development initiatives, including a defence-focused project, to boost Quebec’s intelligent EV industrial cluster

Plug and Charge, the best medicine for EV charging headaches — in Norway and North America

EV Society’s Stephen Bieda took a spin around Norway in a rental EV while at EVS35. Turns out even the world’s leading country in EV adoption struggles with a fragmented public charging network, Bieda tells Electric Autonomy Canada

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

A buddy program in Quebec demonstrates how peer-to-peer assistance helps get more drivers into EVs

Through local events, webinars and a buddy network Quebec-based pairing program, Jumelage, aim helps future EV owners get comfortable behind the wheel of their zero-emission ride

Phase out of new PHEV sales by 2035 critical to Canada achieving 2050 net zero emissions: report

Embracing plug-in hybrid electric vehicles as part of Canada’s zero-emission vehicle transition strategy makes sense today. But next decade, we’ll need to revisit the relationship, says the International Council on Clean Transportation

Some Canadian car rental and car-sharing companies are going to great lengths to pivot to EVs

More short-term, subscriber and traveller drivers are demanding electric vehicles and Canada’s car rental and car-sharing companies are responding, adding ZEVs to their fleets even in the face of supply chain and economic challenges

Sudbury EV battery supply chain conference unites stakeholders: “We need to do more”

From Indigenous relations to sourcing raw materials to waste reduction to value-added manufacturing, experts at Sudbury’s marquee event were unanimous that realizing Canada’s enormous EV battery supply chain potential hinges on further cooperation and commitment from all participants in the sector