‘Demand is growing and growing fast’: Quebec electric vehicle company gets help to build $185 million battery assembly plant
Gabriel Friedman, Financial Post March 15, 2021 Flavio Volpe, head of the APMA, discusses the exciting Lion Electric announcement in Quebec. “While Ontario has always been and will continue to be the beating heart of the auto sector of Canada, Quebec is coming back with a vengeance,” said Volpe. Read the full article here.
Automotive News Europe January 6, 2021 LeddarTech, the Quebec-based tech company specializing in advanced driver-assistance systems, has named veteran auto executive Carl-Peter Forster to its board of directors. “Carl-Peter brings with him a wealth of industry experience as a leader with some of the world’s largest automotive companies,” LeddarTech Chairman Michel Brûlé said in a […]
Greg Layson, Automotive News Canada January 6, 2021 MONTREAL — Quebec’s manufacturing association and the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association say there will be major damage to Quebec’s economy if the government imposes a strict COVID-19 lockdown similar to what occurred last spring. Veronique Proulx, CEO of Manufacturiers et Exportateurs du Quebec, reacted Tuesday to multiple […]
Kevin Carmichael, Financial Post November 20th, 2020 Let’s agree that Canada should try to become a player in the electric-vehicle business. Carbon neutral means ditching internal-combustion and diesel engines, and as the economies that make machines that move people around tend to be the world-beaters, let’s go for it. Here’s another idea: How about trying […]