For Tesla, the victim of a discriminatory decision by the Ontario government, this means a big legal win in the battle for Canadian sales, mainly of the Model 3.
Tesla is allegedly suing the Ontario government for discrimination in their EV incentives tax rebate program.
Thanks to a surge in sales in June, the Tesla Model 3 set a new all-time monthly sales record in Canada. Shattering the old records by leaps and bounds.
Since this program affects owners who have ordered their vehicle directly from the manufacturer - read everyone who ordered a Model 3 - they will face a...
Tesla is expected to begin deliveries of Model 3 in Canada any time soon and generous incentives in Ontario already awaits new Tesla.
Ontario, Canada recently updated its EV incentive program without a publicized announcement, and now it reverts back to excluding the Tesla Model S and X.
Canada's province of Ontario is set to introduce rebates for electric truck purchases that could jump-start the market and help companies like Tesla and BYD.
BYD will build an electric truck assembly plant in Ontario, Canada next year, anticipating significant growth both form municipalities and businesses.
Tesla CTO JB Straubel gives a keynote speech stocked with helpful advice. The closed-door event from Ontario's Discovery Conference is now here for viewing.
Patrick Brown, Ontario's Progressive Conservative Leader, believes that a $14,000 tax break, which applies to $100,000 Tesla vehicles, is overboard. He also...
Ontario, Canada is moving forward to up its Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (EVIP) for the new year. Ontario is home to over 9,000 EVs. As of January 1, 2017...
Ontario announces charging infrastructure project to install over 200 DC fast chargers and nearly 300 AC Level 2 at over 250 locations by March 2017.
FCA Windsor Assembly Plant (WAP)'s production of the plug-in Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid supported by Ontario.
The Ontario government intends to stimulate electric vehicle market share to 5% by 2020 and to 12% by 2025.
Ontario's overabundance of utility firms may pose a major roadblock to the province's plan to boost electric car ownership, some experts say.