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Featured Articles

Where Are Your Next Great
Body or Paint Technicians?

Empire Collision technician crew Clue: they may already be in your shop. by Eli Greenbaum Two perennial questions arise among collision centre owners and managers …

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Automotive Colours: It Is Not All Black and White

by Eli Greenbaum Today, thanks to advanced coating technologies, the spectrum of colours available to a car customer is wider and deeper than ever before. …

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Alberta Contestant Wins Skills Canada National Car Painting Competition

Dorien Lozeau is passionate about the collision repair trade, especially the refinishing aspect. by Pat Rediger As Dorien Lozeau brings home the national Skills Canada …

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Collision Repair as a Career: What Young People Need to Know

When it comes to careers, kids have choices. But they do not always have the information they need to make the best choice. Enlightening them …

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Spotlight on Talent: Tony Harrington

Training and finding talent are two topics we never tire of. Sometimes a training program is as close as a collision centre’s backyard, a local …

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Industry News

PPG honors ColorVision with 2021 Platinum Distributor of the Year award

PHOTO: ColorVision is the recipient of the PPG Automotive Refinish 2021 Platinum Distributor of the Year award. Taking part in the celebration are (from left) …

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CCIF Cancels Toronto In-Person Event in February 2022

The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) announced that the CCIF in-person event, initially scheduled for February 3 – 4, 2022 in Toronto, Ontario, has been …

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B.C. Automotive Repair Shop Raises Funds for Flood-Affected Communities

Photo: (L to R) Rick Francoeur, 360 Collision Centres; Nicole-Ann Poitras, Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau; MP Brad Vis and children making a donation to the …

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Your Car, Your Data, Your Choice:
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