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Budget 2021: seven top takeaways for zero-emission transportation
New tax breaks for zero-emission vehicle makers, higher greenhouse gas reduction targets and billions of dollars for “industrial transformation” among the highlights for the Electric Autonomy Canada audience in the federal budget
These are the 8 best electrified vehicles you can buy in 2021
Do we really need to tell you that your automotive future is electrified? Seriously? To be honest, if we still really need to convince you that sometime in the near future you’ll be buying a car with some form of lithium-ion battery at least partially powering its wheels, then you probably aren’t — and haven’t been — reading these pages.
Taiga Motors to build new assembly facility for its off-road EVs in Québec
Taiga Motors, a developer of electric off-road vehicles, has announced plans to build a mass-production assembly facility in Shawinigan, Québec. The first phase of construction is scheduled for completion in 2022, and the company expects to begin production of electric snowmobiles and personal watercraft immediately.
The electric 2022 Mazda MX-30 will arrive in Canada this fall
Mazda mid-April set a date for the imminent arrival of its first mass-produced battery electric vehicle to Canada. The 2022 Mazda MX-30 is scheduled to land here this fall, beginning with dealerships in Quebec and British Columbia.
Low-income households could benefit the most from EVs
Incentives for used EVs and tiered subsidy levels based on income would bring the benefits of vehicle electrification to a more diverse cross-section of Canadians, explain researchers at the International Council on Clean Transportation.