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Finally, some fuel economy common sense

Finally, some fuel economy common sense

Climate chaos is a product of computer models, a phoney scientific ‘consensus’ and hysterical headlines – not real world evidence

Electric cars won’t save the world but they will destroy lives

Electric cars won’t save the world but they will destroy lives

There are gasses and pollutants far worse than carbon dioxide. Just ask the cobalt miners in the Congo

Switchin’ to glide: manual control a must in self-driving cars

Switchin’ to glide: manual control a must in self-driving cars

The cars of the future will remove the human component, driving more safely and efficiently – until something goes wrong

Electric vehicles pose a dilemma of conscience

Electric vehicles pose a dilemma of conscience

When we consider the source of electricity, the invasive nature of copper mining for batteries and components, and other factors, the jury is out

Canada in neutral when it comes to self-driving vehicle legislation

Canada in neutral when it comes to self-driving vehicle legislation

An evolutionary change in transportation is under way. Will Canada be ready?