Training “tomorrow’s talent” for Quebec’s EV industry the focus at En Route 2024

Propulsion Québec’s one-day event addressed themes of entrepreneurship, valuable employee traits, women in zero-emission transportation and training needs in the EV industry

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“We’re here to build,” says Lithium Universe CEO on plans for Quebec lithium hub

Australian junior’s Quebec lithium processing strategy starts with a refinery in Bécancour by 2027, with a mine and concentrator to follow

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Quebec’s move to end EV incentives ups scrutiny on Ottawa, other provinces

The CAQ government is confident the province’s EV transition will continue without sales incentives beyond 2027. Reaction there and in the rest of Canada is mixed

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BC Transit restarts electric bus procurement process after Proterra order cancelled

Despite the loss of its initial order of 10 electric buses after a court decision, BC Transit is committed to its goal of a fully electric fleet by 2040

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Halifax electric commuter ferry project gets green light, $258.7 million in funding

A fleet of five electric ferries will soon be plying the Bedford Basin, linking new terminals in Bedford and Halifax, filling a key plank in regional transit strategy

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2024 EV charging networks report: Canada’s public charger installations up 33 per cent in 12 months

In an eventful year for public EV charging, Canada just broke the 27,000-charger mark — one of the highlights in Electric Autonomy’s annual tally of public EV charger installations, by network, in Canada

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City of Toronto, feds putting $10 million into 556 municipal EV fleet chargers

The investment, split evenly between the city and the federal government, will be used to create much-needed infrastructure for Toronto’s expanding municipal fleet of electric vehicles

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OVIN receives $8 million in federal funding for two new pilot zones

The cities of Toronto and Windsor-Sarnia will be home to OVIN’s new $8-million pilot zones, serving as the live-testing ground for zero-emission and autonomous vehicle technologies

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