More new electric vehicles now eligible for federal EV rebate, but key concerns remain

While Transport Canada’s Earth Day announcement means some higher-priced electric vehicle models, particularly SUVs and pickups, are now eligible for the federal iZEV program, used EVs are still excluded and the rebate is unchanged at $5,000

ZEV sales mandate highlights $9.1-billion federal emissions reduction plan; industry reaction mixed

The federal government’s much-anticipated blueprint to put Canada on track to meet its 2030 GHG emissions reduction targets includes a sweeping set of proposals to accelerate transportation electrification and create a cleaner electrical grid

Polestar begins deliveries of lower-price, single-motor Polestar 2 in Canada

At $49,900, it’s ineligible for the current federal rebate, but with an estimated range of about 430 kilometres, this version of the Polestar 2 is cheaper, goes slightly farther and has the same standard features as the high-performance dual-motor model

Transport Canada report says undersupply continues to be a recurring problem for EV adoption

It still isn’t easy for most Canadians to buy or test drive an electric car even though there are more electric vehicles available, according to the latest Transport Canada survey of car dealerships