Thursday, June 20, 2024
All of these brave men got together on May 28th to announce they are improving their internal combustion engines. There was not a Net-Zero politician to be seen. Subaru: Atsushi Osaki, Representative Director, President and CEO; Tetsuo Fujinuki, Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer and CTO; Toyota: Koji Sato, President, Member of the Board of Directors and CEO; Hiroki Nakajima, Executive Vice President and CTO; Mazda: Masahiro Moro, Representative Director, President and CEO; Ichiro Hirose, Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer and CTO Photo: Toyota
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Failure to charge

A critical look at Canada’s EV policy by Dan McTeague For years now I’ve been saying that electric vehicles, and EV mandates, are bad for Canada. Back in 2020, when the then-CEO of Toyota, Akio Toyoda, voiced his concerns that

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City of Toronto launches public consultations on vehicle-for-hire regulations

The City of Toronto is inviting residents and industry members to share their views on the vehicle-for-hire regulations at a series of virtual and in-person public consultations Wednesday, June 12 through Wednesday, June 25. The Licensing of Vehicles-for-Hire Bylaw (

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Wine aficionado Christine Van Geyn says the best feature of the tour was that "I got to relax and really connect with my friends and my husband, without worrying about any of the details!" Photo: NPWE

Private, customized Niagara wine tour by limo

“We were surprised and delighted the whole time” What could be better than a day touring Niagara’s beautiful wine region? “A wine country day when I did not have to worry about ANY of the details!” laughs author and oenophile

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Over 100 participants were on on the June 12 Vehicle for Hire consultation online meeting. Image: Webex
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First VHF consultation focuses on Accessible service

Zero available vehicles, open entry damage not mentioned Toronto staff floated the idea of providing an upfront $20,000 grant to Taxi drivers who will purchase an Accessible vehicle during last night’s Vehicle for Hire (VFH) consultation. Surprisingly, two disruptive factors

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