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Monday 26 July 2021

VinFast, Vietnam’s first EV maker, to include Canada in its 2022 global EV launch

The fast-growing flagship Vietnamese car manufacturer says it will introduce its electric vehicles in five new markets in early 2022, another sign of the expanding range of available EV options for would-be buyers

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Sunday 25 July 2021

All new Vancouver hotels must soon have 100 per cent EV parking, by law

Vancouver City Council has approved regulations that will guide developers of new non-residential buildings in the area to include plenty of charging options for electric vehicles. 

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Thursday 22 July 2021

Major EV charging networks sign roaming agreement, for more flexibility

Canadian electric vehicle fleet operators and drivers are set to benefit from the convenience of using one card or app to access chargers from several of North America’s largest networks

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Thursday 22 July 2021

Forty New Electric Vehicle Chargers Coming to Trois-Rivières

The Government of Canada is building a low-emissions energy future to strengthen the economy, create good, middle-class jobs and support our natural resource sectors.

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Wednesday 21 July 2021

New color-stable eOrange identifies high-voltage EV components for safety

High-voltage components in EVs can be dangerous, and that’s why automakers tend to sheathe them in high-visibility orange plastic.

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