CBC News January 14, 2021 Project Arrow, the plan for a zero-emission car entirely designed and made in Canada, launched its formal request for proposal (RFP) process for suppliers on the first day of CES. APMA says more than 130 firms have expressed interest. Read the full article here.
Dave Waddell, Windsor Star January 14, 2021 The APMA released its request for proposals to supply components for the Arrow, the first all-Canadian zero emissions vehicle, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Monday while also announcing partnerships with the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation and YQGTech. Read the full article here.
Joe Thompson, Canadian Metalworking February 12, 2020 During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s most technologically advanced companies announced their next-generation tech to the world. Over the years this Las Vegas launchpad introduced us to the first videocassette recorder, the Commodore 64, DVDs, and the biggest TVs currently on the market at any given […]