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Tesla sales do a 'hockey stick' in the Great White North

Tesla Model S sales in Canada jump in March, and leapfrog Chevrolet Volt's for the first-quarter lead.

Quebec police issued a warrant for the arrest of NASCAR driver Derek White, as well as 60 other people, Wednesday, according to Bloomberg.

Canada's budget seeks to clean up transportation.

Canada's 2016 budget plan sets aside cash for EV charging and public transit.

A Toronto area busybody started a decidedly un-Canadian altercation over a handicapped parking spot and now regrets his decision to film it.

Relations between the US, Canada, and the UK haven't always been so rosy. With that in mind, what would have happened if the three had gone to war after WW1?

A pickup truck crashed into a sinkhole Wednesday after a water main break in Ontario, Canada.

It may be colder in Canada, but they get cheap thrills courtesy of the new the Nissan Micra Cup edition, and we don't.

The US Won't, But Don't Blame Canada For That

The new C-Class wagon looks fantastic, but Mercedes is only gracing Canada with its presence in C300d 4Matic form.

Gift Card, Free Roadside Assistance In The Works, Though Recall Plan Undetermined

German automaker looks to make things a little more right north of the border.

A man in Winnipeg spends his weekends reporting on drunk drivers as a way to process the grief of losing his son in a DUI crash.

Toyota has announced plans to start producing the RAV4 crossover at its Cambridge North Assembly Plant in Ontario starting in 2019, joining the Corolla already manufactured there and the Lexus RX at the adjoining facility to the south.

Model Still Costs More Than $100,000, Though

German automaker reduces luxury SUV's sticker to boost sales of the low-volume model.

Will Michigan Citizens Raid Ontario?

The Great White North will get the 2016 Chevy Volt before 39 US states do.

Imagine Going From Quebec To Alberta On A Gallon Of Gas

Quebec's Université Laval wins the SAE International Supermileage contest.

Mercedes-Benz's Unimog super-duper-duty trucks may return to Canada.

The governments of Canada and Ontario have jointly named former Toyota exec Ray Tanguay as their new car czar to help attract more automotive business to our neighbors up north.

The Royal Canadian Navy is recognizing the crew of the USS Chosin for its actions in aiding a stricken Canadian vessel early last year.

Canadian channel Canal Vie uses what may be the most unlikely vehicle ever – a Lamborghini – to pull a trailer and carry DIY goods to promote its new renovation show.

A study from the University of Toronto examined the emissions of 100,000 vehicles in real-world conditions and found that 25 percent of them were responsible for over 90 percent of some pollutants.

The government bailout of General Motors is over. The Canadian finance minister has announced plans to sell the country's final 73.4 million shares of GM to Goldman Sachs.

Ford Canada has come up with a fun stunt for the 2015 F-150. Watch as a Canadian drone pilot attempts to land his craft in the back of a moving truck during a windy night.

Koenigsegg has lined up dealers in New York and Chicago, but its next is set to open in Calgary, Alberta, of all places.

French Automaker Last Sold North American Vehicles in 1987

Renault may return to North America via Twizy EV sales in Quebec.

Ford has given Canadian firm Multimatic the nod to build the carbon fiber body on the new Ford GT, "because they have specialized equipment for carbon fiber production and expertise in carbon fiber assembly." Multimatic Motorsports had worked on the Mustang FR500C race car and the current Boss 302R.

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