Toronto Star August 3, 2022 Trade spat with the U.S. over EVs reminds us what’s at stake with Ontario’s auto sector and the importance of this transition. Flavio Volpe, APMA president, says there would be no future if the provision around EV incentives remained in place. Read here.
Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star July 28, 2022 Canada’s auto sector is breathing easier after a U.S. deal to scrap “buy American” provisions in an electric vehicle tax-credit plan and widen them to all vehicles made in North America. “The new language is exactly what we have been lobbying very hard for,” APMA president Flavio Volpe […]
Josh Rubin, Toronto Star June 8, 2022 For Flavio Volpe, head of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, keeping them is a no-brainer: Why risk a COVID outbreak? Read article here.
Flavio Volpe, Contributor to the Toronto Star May 2, 2022 Overdue co-operation from federal and provincial governments, in co-ordination with the auto sector, turned around a declared-dead industry. Read article here.
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Perry Lefko, Toronto Star April 16, 2022 Toronto Argos GM Pinball Clemons persuaded Project Arrow lead Dhillon to write his book, “The Three Houses: A Journey to a Better Life.” Read article here.
Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star April 4, 2022 Flavio Volpe of the Canadian Auto Parts Manufacturers’ Association says the third shift making gas-powered pickup trucks in Oshawa is “good news” for local suppliers. Read article here.
Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star March 22, 2022 Locating the plant in Ontario raises the odds of building more electric vehicles in the province as car companies speed their transition from internal combustion engines, said Flavio Volpe of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association. Read article here.
Edward Keenan, Toronto Star March 21, 2022 Flavio Volpe of the Automotive Parts Manufacturer’s Association wrote that the strike had been raised by Americans four times in the first few hours of meetings he attended in D.C. Read article here.
James McCarten, Toronto Star March 21, 2022 For Flavio Volpe, head of the APMA, the goal had been to mitigate the damage Canada’s reputation as a reliable supplier suffered during last month’s weeklong blockade of the Ambassador Bridge. Read article here.
Sara Mojtehedzadeh and Rosa Saba, Toronto Star March 18, 2022 Flavio Volpe, head of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association in Canada, said his organization is aware of the investigation, though not party to it, and he’s taking it seriously. Read article here.