One of the Canadian dealers - Brantford Kia - shared info about the two new Kia BEVs (e-Soul and e-Niro) and revealed prices. One costs more than the other, but...
The Toronto Electric Vehicle Association (TEVA) recently had the opportunity to test drive the Jaguar I-PACE in Canadian winter conditions (-8°C). See the video...
If the Canadian government's new EV tax credit proposal goes through, it will help buyers of many EVs. However, all Tesla cars are excluded.
Plug-in electric car sales in Canada started the year 2019 with reasonable growth. In February, over 2,700 plug-ins were sold at a growth rate of 38%.
The Nissan LEAF and Jaguar I-PACE received three out of four of the 2019 Canadian Car of the Year awards, which were dominated by electric cars.
Model 3 Owners Club recently paid a visit to the Petro-Canada gas station in Ontario, Canada to see the first fast chargers installed by the company.
New Flyer received an order for additional 10 forty-foot Xcelsior CHARGE electric transit buses from the Toronto Transit Commission.
For some, the cargo-hauling EVs are going to be the real game changer - once they hit the world's street in sufficient numbers.
Petro-Canada, a Suncor business, announced Canada’s first coast-to-coast network of fast chargers, that will initially consist of more than 50 stations.
Québec plans 1,600 new chargers in 10 years, and Electric Circuit, Hydro-Québec’s public charging network, is behind this large effort.
Deliveries of Hyundai Kona Electric in Canada have begun. The first unit was sold by Hyundai Valleyfield in Quebec on January 15.
The plug-in EV car sales growth in Canada gradually weakens, but in November it still was a healthy 53% year-over-year gain, with the Model 3 in the lead.
Montréal would like to purchase only all-electric buses from 2025. The city introduced the first 3 is 2017 and now waits for more after gaining some experience.
In total, some 3,391 new plug-ins were registered in Canada in October 2018, but the Tesla Model 3 wasn't in the lead this time.
British Columbia hints that next year the government will introduce a requirement that all new light-duty cars and trucks sold in the province must be electric.
In Q3 2018, the Tesla Model 3 jumped to the top of the plug-in electric car sales chart in Canada and pushed Tesla to #1 in sales too.
The first electric ferries in Canada to begin operation from 2020 according to SCHOTTEL. Both will cruise at speeds comparable to conventional versions.
Canadians like electric vehicles but demand is so high, people are spending months on waiting lists.
Vancouver’s largest private bus operator, WESTCOAST Sightseeing, is committed to having a 100% clean-energy fleet by 2023.
Plug-in electric car sales in Canada are estimated at about 4,396 for September, which translates to year-over-year growth of 93% at a market share of over 2.5%.
The two best-selling models in Canada, the Nissan LEAF and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, set new personal sales records in August.