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Featured Articles

Responsible Management in the Collision Repair Industry

As a manager, you can do a lot of good or a lot of harm—it is a tremendous responsibility to be a boss. by Ron …

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Throttle Thrashers: The Inspiring Journey of Two Young Car Builders from British Columbia

Two young builders from British Columbia, Chelsie Lesnoski and Cole Marten, astonished the world on the SEMA stage. by Pat Rediger It might begin with …

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Nine Individuals Who Made History in the Collision Repair Industry in Manitoba

Check out the stories of these nine incredible individuals who have left a lasting impact on Manitoba’s collision repair industry. Their outstanding contributions have earned …

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Industry Benchmark: Collision Repairers in Western Canada

AutoHouse Technologies has released its Q1 2023 benchmark findings to help industry better understand how auto repair facilities in B.C. perform in comparison with their …

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Craftsman Collision Leads the Way in Recycling Plastic Auto Parts

Craftsman Collision takes a significant step towards reducing the industry’s contribution to plastic waste by implementing the first large-scale plastic recycling program in British Columbia. …

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CCIF Toronto Shines Spotlight on Industry Collaboration

The sold-out event brought opportunities to learn, network, share information, and collaborate on solutions to common industry issues. by Collision Quarterly, photos: Iva Kestrankova The …

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Industry News

Advantage Parts Solutions Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary

This year, Advantage Parts Solutions marks a significant milestone in its journey of excellence, innovation, and OE parts leadership as it celebrates its 35th anniversary. …

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AIA Canada, I-CAR, and Canadian Welding Bureau Partner to Enhance Welding Knowledge in Auto Shops

I-CAR Canada has partnered with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB Group) to increase welding training opportunities across Canada. Through this partnership, CWB Group lends the …

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