Subscription Required Coronavirus 2021 Calgary international auto show cancelled due to COVID-19 Unlike Toronto and Montreal, a virtual auto show is not in the works. Subscription Required Cars & Concepts Ford F-150 hybrid to produce 430 hp, record 570 lb-ft of torque Subscription Required Executives Farley takes the reins as Ford aims to evolve with the industry Coronavirus COMPLETE COVERAGE: Coronavirus and the Canadian auto industry Subscription Required Retail Dealers want Ford to step up product rollouts Subscription Required Recalls Ford to recall 700,000 vehicles in N.A. over Magna camera defect Subscription Required Blogs What, exactly, could FCA build in Windsor, Ont.? Subscription Required Cars & Concepts Why Kia dealers have to wait a year for the 2021 Sorento hybrid Subscription Required Retail Dealer Solutions named one of Canada’s top growing companies CANADA CONVERSATIONS Canada Conversations: September 25, 2020 | VW Canada CEO Pierre Boutin on ‘the soul of brand’ and zero-emissions mobility for all Volkswagen Canada CEO Pierre Boutin talks about what the all-electric ID4 means for the brand, how the pandemic and more electrification at the automaker might affect dealers, and the need to attract more consumers to the brand in Canada. All Canada conversation podcasts Government Regulations Canada launches emissions reduction fund from Volkswagen fine In January, a judge in Canada approved a $196.5 million fine against Volkswagen after the company pleaded guilty to dozens of counts of diesel emissions violations. Canada Conversations Canada Conversations: September 18, 2020 | Vehiqilla CEO on Canada’s ‘huge opportunity’ in the automotive cybersecurity sector A.J. Khan, CEO of Vehiqilla Inc., says Canada has “a huge opportunity” in the automotive cybersecurity sector as more of the auto industry, from the supply chain to transportation infrastructure, becomes connected to the internet. He also has warnings and advice for companies and consumers. Subscription Required Cars & Concepts Mazda CX-30 gets optional turbocharged 2.5-litre engine Mazda is expanding the powertrain offerings in its smallest crossover, the CX-30, for 2021. It will be available with an optional 2.5-litre turbocharged engine that is rated at 250-horsepower on premium fuel. Executives Billionaire dealer Jim Pattison on investment, COVID-19 and succession plans Pattison, Canada’s fifth-richest person, built his empire from a single, loss-making Vancouver car dealership he acquired in 1961. His fortune today is worth about $6.7 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Subscription Required Cars & Concepts New VW subcompact crossover to be named Taos; reveal set for Oct. 13 The new model will go on sale next year and slot below the Tiguan in both size and price. Electric Vehicles Circle K owner plans EV charging push in U.S., Canada Convenience store giant Alimentation Couche-Tard said it will add charging stations at locations on the west coast of the United States and Canada and in its home province of Quebec. Subscription Required Electric Vehicles Electric F-150 cost of ownership will be half of gasoline truck, Ford says The automaker said the battery-electric pickup, which it will start building in 2022, will be the fastest, most powerful F-150 and have a "giant" front trunk. Subscription Required Electric Vehicles Why Unifor's green dream of EV production might not come true If Unifor is serious about wanting EV production in Canada — or even more hybrid production — it will need to convince automakers that it will be viable to do so. And that will likely require massive investments not only at assembly plants but also at the factories that supply them. Engineering GM to develop 'family' of EV drive systems, motors The move, which follows earlier GM initiatives on next-generation batteries, comes as the automaker looks to build a vertically integrated electric car business, comparable to Tesla, inside its ongoing operations. Trade and Tariffs U.S. abruptly lifts tariffs on Canadian aluminum The office of the U.S. Trade Representative says it will lift the tariffs retroactive to Sept. 1 because it expects Canadian exports to “normalize” over the remainder of the year. Load More Digital Edition View latest issue See our archive Sign up for free newsletters Breaking News Alerts (as needed) Weekly News Summary (Mondays) Daily News Summary (weekdays) Yes, send me info about special editorial content, new features, events, subscriptions, webinars and research from Automotive News Canada Yes, send me info and whitepapers from select third-party partners of Automotive News Canada EMAIL ADDRESS Please enter a valid email address. Please enter your email address. Please select at least one newsletter to subscribe.