EVs the focus of recent CADA meeting with the Conservative Auto Caucus
June 20, 2022
CADA was recently joined by the presidents and CEOs of the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturer Association (CVMA) and the Global Automakers of Canada (GAC) in a meeting with the federal Conservative Auto Caucus. Topics included the electric vehicle transition, and the action required from governments at all levels to help facilitate that transition at the consumer level.
This meeting was a continuation of a comprehensive and collective effort by the three associations to brief MPs on key automotive issues that impact both manufacturers and dealers. The federal Conservative Auto Caucus is made up of 20 Members of Parliament from the Conservative Party, from across the country, who represent areas where the auto industry has a strong presence.
“We were really pleased to be able to present to the Conservative Auto Caucus about the work that we are currently doing, especially as it relates to the Road to 2035 campaign, and the electric vehicle transition,” said Huw Williams, Director of Public Affairs at CADA.
The series of semi-regular meetings build and maintain important chains of communication and relationships with Members of Parliament concerned about the automotive industry.
“CADA has been actively working with Parliamentarians from all parties, and we appreciate their engagement and interest, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with them,” said Williams.