Save the Date: Auto Recyclers of Canada to host EV/Hybrid webinar Nov. 4

Ottawa, Ontario ⁠— The Automotive Recyclers of Canada (ARC) has been working on the implications to auto recyclers of the electrification of the Canadian fleet for almost two years now. Following lots of reading, seeking out experts, describing how the industry operates and may operate within a growing electric fleet economy, innumerable webinars, seminars and […]

Lucasville Looters: More than 60 catalytic converters stolen from school buses in N.S.

Halifax, Nova Scotia — Halifax District RCMP is investigating the theft of more than 60 catalytic converters from school buses in Lucasville. On June 30, Police responded to a report of theft of catalytic converters from a property in Lucasville. More than 60 catalytic converters had been removed from buses on the property. This year […]

United We Stand: ARC joins Your Data. Your Choice. campaign as industry champion

Ottawa, Ontario — The Automotive Recyclers Association of Canada (ARC) has joined the Your Data. Your Choice campaign as an industry champion, uniting recyclers in the auto industry’s efforts for consumer ownership of vehicle data. The Your Data. Your Choice campaign, fostered by the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA Canada), the AutoCare Association and […]

Relief Received: ARC’s COVID-19 Relief Fund summary

Toronto, Ontario — The Automotive Recyclers of Canada (ARC) Board of Directors have begun to distribute funds from their ARC Covid-19 Relief Fund. After an initial donation from Car-Part.com of $5,000, ARC matched that donation and Car-Part.com kicked in another $5,000. From that initial funding, nine cheques of $1,000 each have been issued to ARC Members. Six cheques went […]

Yukon amends Designated Materials Regualtion

By CRM Staff Toronto, Ontario– August 2, 2018 —The Yukon government has announced changes to the surcharges on the sales of new tires in the territory. The news broke when the goverment made amendments to the Designated Materials Regulation, to further support waste diversion and increase recycling. The government plans to target continued tire recycling, […]

Tundra Take-Back launches fourth year of vehicle recycling in Canada’s north

The community of Kuujjuarapik in Nunavik, one of two communities to host Tundra Take-Back projects in 2017. Paul Bell of Poehl's Auto Recyclers will be on site in the town from August 17 to September 2.

By CAR Staff Nunavik, Quebec and Baffin Island, Nunavut — August 16, 2017 — Canada’s automotive recyclers are once again stepping up to bring their expertise to a new frontier. Tundra Take-Back has been running for the last several years. In brief, the project seeks to bring automotive recycling to communities in Canada’s far north. […]

Grants in Gear awards to support alternative fuels, air quality

Grants in Gear logo

Toronto, Ontario — July 13, 2016 — The Automotive Recyclers of Canada (ARC) and Scout Environmental have announced the four winners of the Grants in Gear funding program. Grants in Gear is now in its third year. The primary goal of the program is to provide funding to projects that achieve tangible results in emissions […]

ARAAC approves two members at general meeting

ARAAC approves two members at general meeting

Halifax, Nova Scotia — October 28, 2015 — Auto recyclers and industry associates recently gathered for the annual Automotive Recyclers Association of Atlantic Canada (ARAAC) meeting where two new direct members were welcomed to the fold. “We have grown as an association and now have 32 direct members in ARAAC, in addition to our 10 […]

Grants in Gear winners announced

Grants in Gear winners announced

Toronto, Ontario — May 14, 2015 The Automotive Recyclers of Canada (ARC) and Summerhill Impact have announced the four winners of the Grants in Gear funding program. Each submission was evaluated by a five-member jury, looking for an applicant’s potential to achieve their stated environmental results and deliver against their proposed work plan and budget. […]