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Friday 27 December 2019

There’s now a $125 fine for parking a gas car in an EV spot in Ontario

Changes made to Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act should help make finding a charging spot a little easier for EV drivers in the province. 

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Thursday 19 December 2019

BMW's 2021 electric ix3 will boast 286 hp and 354-km range

BMW’s upcoming ix3 electric crossover will offer 286 horsepower and an estimated 354 km of battery range per charge when it goes on sale in Canada in 2020, the automaker said mid-December.

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Wednesday 18 December 2019

Vast majority of EV batteries will outlast their vehicles

A study of 21 electric vehicle models — and the introduction of an accompanying interactive tool — brings promising insights for real-world battery longevity.

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Tuesday 17 December 2019

Mercedes-Benz is pushing back the Canadian launch of its first full EV

Mercedes-Benz is delaying the Canadian release of its EQC, its first full battery-electric vehicle, by more than a year as it focuses on the vehicle’s launch in Europe.

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Monday 16 December 2019

Despite federal rebate, Ontario's electric car sales still haven't recovered

Sales of electric vehicles in Ontario have plummeted since the Progressive Conservative government cancelled a rebate last year, hampering progress toward a national target.

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