EV mandate

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Ottawa’s EV mandate may destroy Canadian auto industry

A large part of our economy is organized around making and using gasoline-powered cars.

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Canada should get out of EVs before bubble bursts

Tesla's electric vehicle sales are down 20 per cent in the first quarter this year compared to the same time last year.

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Governments in Canada accelerate EV ‘investments’ as automakers reverse course

According to the mandate, all new passenger vehicles and light trucks sold in Canada must be zero-emission by 2035.

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Electric vehicle mandates mean misery all around

It now takes 55 days to sell an electric vehicle in Canada, up from 22 days in the first quarter of 2023.

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U.S. politics looms large over Trudeau/Ford EV gamble

Developments in the U.S. have substantially increased the risk of any investment that relies on access to the U.S. market.

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Provinces lack power grids necessary to meet Ottawa’s EV mandate

The government’s electric vehicle mandate could escalate electricity demand by up to 15.3 per cent nationwide.

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Federal government should face facts—the EV transition is failing

In Germany, EV sales are in freefall as the cash-strapped government tapers off subsidies.

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Federal government EV mandates destined to fail

In Canada, only 6.5 per cent of the 1.5 million new vehicles sold in 2022 were electric.

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Ottawa’s super-charged EV obsession reaches new heights

Electric vehicles have consistently failed to compete with combustion vehicles on performance and cost.