Tesla temporarily suspended production of the Model 3 electric sedan at its lone auto plant for a week in late February, a planned breather that ultimately may help increase output of the closely watched vehicle.
Tesla is building fast-charging stations for its electric vehicles in Atlantic Canada, opening up the East Coast to owners of the California automaker's cars. Nova Scotia's energy board denied other charging stations.
Tesla will build a pickup truck soon after producing electric crossover vehicle Model Y, CEO Elon Musk said.
Autonomous trucks are moving towards commercial reality on Canadian highways as companies look to boost productivity amid a driver shortage and governments seek to reduce deadly crashes.
Scientists working for American Manganese in Vancouver have developed a way to produce enough cobalt to power all the EVs on the road today without drilling into the ground: by recycling faulty batteries.
DHL and Fortigo Freight Services, one of Canada's largest fleet management companies, said they had preordered Tesla's electric truck unveiled earlier this month to test on limited routes.
Ontario’s Loblaw Companies has reserved 25 Tesla Semis, making the grocery chain among the first purchasers of the new electric truck.
Customers are starting to place orders for Tesla's new all-electric Semi, including Walmart and a grocery chain in the Detroit 3 automakers' backyard. Some of the Walmart trucks are heading to Canada.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau and two senators quietly travelled to Silicon Valley to meet officials from Tesla and Proterra, which makes electric buses.
A Canadian investment fund will launch the world's first “future car” exchange-traded fund, giving investors one-stop access to companies involved in electric, autonomous and connected car supply chains.
The list of semifinalists for the 2018 North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Awards has a few surprises: Alfa Romeo is up for two awards, no Detroit Three brand cars made the cut, Tesla decided not to participate and only three trucks qualified.
Novonix Battery Testing Services, a Nova Scotia company honing high-precision battery testing systems for companies including Tesla and Apple, is expanding.