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Engaging employees as EV ambassadors
The suggestion from the Cascades Inc. employee made a lot of sense to management: Since Cascades is primarily a recycling company dealing in paper and packaging, why not encourage its employees to also reduce their environmental footprint?
Montreal clears final hurdle for Uber Jump
Only weeks ahead of Uber officially launching Jump, its shared e-bikes service, in Montreal, city officials voted to enact “state-of-the-art” legislation promising that none of these dockless bicycles will end up being thrown on the streets, on the sidewalks — or even in the Lachine canal.
SVEM 2019: A great success all the way
Montreal may have had its most beautiful weekend in the spring, the Saturday political demonstrations, the many Roads and Infrastructures Repairs and the warm weather did not melt the enthusiasm of the people of Greater Montreal for electric vehicles. We would rather think that it drove these fans out of their homes and barter the BBQ for a visit to SVEM.
Electrified vehicles to get amped about in 2019
Is this the year electric vehicles break through in Canada? That’s a question that has been asked for almost a decade now, and if Canadian sales of EVs in relation to gas-powered vehicles is any indication, the answer is, as with years past, probably not.
GM says it’s definitely building an electric pickup
After recently backing away from partnership talks with EV truck-maker Rivian only to have Ford jump in, and following a trail of hints at an electrified SUV or pickup, GM has announced it’ll be developing an electric pickup truck of its own.