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Featured Articles

SEMA Collision Industry Conference (CIC) in Las Vegas

Telematics, labour attraction and retention, education, data access, safety, emerging technologies, and parts and materials were all up for discussion at the CIC’s meeting in …

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Our Own Worst Enemy

Scarcity or abundance? The future is in your hands. by Tom Bissonnette, executive director, Saskatchewan Association of Automotive Repairers (SAAR) The recent pandemic has magnified …

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Customer Service in the Collision Repair Industry

Customer service could make all the difference between your shop and the one down the road. by Eli Greenbaum Why does one collision centre thrive …

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Pedal Car Challenge (Part II)

2022 ARA Pedal Car Challenge (Photos: Burhan Osman) Seven cars, six schools, three sponsors, and one association collaborate on a project with an urgent mission—to …

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Pedal Car Challenge

PJ Collision enjoyed the custom work and the challenge of fabricating various parts. (Photo courtesy of PJ Collision) It is no secret that the automotive …

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Automotive Glass: Continued Innovation

The glass on today’s vehicles has features unheard of a few years ago. by Vince Piva Since its invention in Ancient Egypt way back in …

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Industry News

SAAR Spring Conference in Moose Jaw Starts This Weekend

The Saskatchewan Association of Automotive Repairers (SAAR) will be hosting its annual SAAR Spring Conference and Annual General Meeting this weekend, February 10-11, 2023. This …

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ProColor Collision Expands to Hamilton

ProColor Collision, a leading North American network of independently owned and operated collision repair centres, has opened a new location in Hamilton, Ontario. The facility, …

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