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

B.C.’s Nano One buys $10.25-million cathode active material facility in Quebec, inks deal with BASF for battery development

The BASF partnership, coupled with the acquisition of one of North America’s only lithium-iron phosphate (LFP) battery materials facilities, helps move Nano One closer to its goal of becoming a low-cost producer of high performance cathode powders for use in lithium-ion batteries

Electricity access in Ontario under spotlight as questions hover about previously unannounced LG Chem battery supply factory

More questions than answers surround the fate of a potential LG Chem factory deal in Windsor, but the resulting scrutiny has turned electricity supply into a hot topic in the Ontario election campaign

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

Zero-emission vehicle registrations in Canada top 6 per cent for first time ever in Q4 2021

While registrations fell in absolute numbers across the board in Q4 versus Q3, the market share of battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles reached a new high of nearly 6.2 per cent, according to Statistics Canada. For the year, ZEV market share was 5.2 per cent, up from 3.5 per cent in 2020

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