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COVID-free interiors are the promise of Craftsman’s new sanitization treatment

Craftsman Collision has teamed up with Viral Defense Solutions’ DrivePur sanitization treatment to take cleanliness to a new, microscopic level. Joining a growing group of North American body shops, Craftsman becomes the first body shop chain in Western Canada to offer the DrivePur treatment, and the only chain to offer it at all its locations.

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Covid-19 Response

All of us here at Automotive Retailers Publishing, publishers of Collision Quarterly magazine, are following the advice of the health authorities and directives from the government in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, we wish to assure our readers, writers and advertisers that in most respects, at this time it is “business as usual.” Our

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New Website

March 2020: You have found the new world-wide-web home of Collision Quarterly magazine! By popular demand, we have given Collision Quarterly its very own website again, rather than being combined with the other publications of Automotive Retailers Publishing Co. This is where you’ll find feature articles from the magazine as well as exclusive content only

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John Norris Passes Away

Photo: Jon Norris (back, left) with students at a recent career fair It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our good friend and colleague, John Norris. John was in Halifax attending the Automotive Technology Summit, a conference held in conjunction with the Skills Canada National Competition. We are told he suffered

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NATA Elects New President, Renews Commitment to CASIS

The Board of Directors and members of the National Automotive Trades Association (NATA) met in Toronto on January 23, 2019 to hold it’s annual general meeting and to engage in a strategic planning workshop intended to start the process of more clearly defining the future of the association. Since 1947, the NATA has represented the needs of the automotive

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