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The city's two main ride-sharing services are making significant changes to broaden their customer base and make more cars available in more areas and on shorter notice.
Quebec is pushing the boundaries of its vehicle-electrification goals with a project adding incentives on used EVs. But some observers warn regulations might restrict eligible-vehicle availability.
A Québec company that converts standard minivans into wheelchair-accessible vehicles is expanding to three more Canadian provinces.
The Montreal International Auto Show sits between the proverbial rock and a hard place, sandwiched between shows in Detroit. Mich., and Toronto.
In the wake of cars such as the Allard, Tomahawk, Fellino and Plethore – all designed and born in Québec – the Azkarra brings with it novel, cutting-edge innovation.
All in all, more than 500 vehicles will be on display at le Plais des Congrès, Jan. 20-29.
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