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Nova Scotia Apprenticeship – COVID-19 Update 4

COVID-19 Update #4 – April 17, 2020 As the COVID-19 public health emergency continues, the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency is committed to support apprentices and trades workers in their training and journey towards certification. We remain open for business and can be reached by phone (1-800-494-5651), email (apprenticeship@novascotia.ca) and through our online transactions. We previously […]

AIA Canada’s Latest Report Looks at How Car Owners Choose a Vehicle Service Provider, and Why They Leave Them

With research showing that retaining an existing client base offers a far better return on investment than acquiring new customers, knowing what Canadian car owners look for in a service provider is of paramount importance. AIA Canada’s latest report, At Your Service: How Do Canadians Select Their Automotive Repair Shop? offers considerations. Through a survey of vehicle […]

New ASC Board Members and Appointments

The Automotive Sector Council Annual General Board Meeting was held September 12, at the ASC Expo in Dartmouth Nova Scotia. New appointments this year are Level 3 Apprentice for Department of Transportation Technician Tailor Robicheau, Gary Quigg, Automotive Business Support Manager of Canadian Tire Atlantic Canada, Rob Ward, Health & Safety at Steele Auto Group […]

Join Us in Steering the Future!

Automotive Sector Council and its partners are excited to announce that TestDrive, our Youth engagement initiative is looking for engaged industry champions! TestDrive introduces Grade 10 and 11 high school students to the motive power trades through a 200 hour paid work placement.  This provides the student the opportunity to learn about the amazing career […]

Skills Canada Technology Summit

Shown from left to right are: Annabelle Cormack, President of Cormack Recruitment, David Adams, President of Global Automakers of Canada, Jason Dale, Executive Director of Automotive Business School of Canada, Georgian College, Leanne Jefferies, Director of Skills Canada Collision Repair Program, our own Shannon Trites, Executive Director of the Automotive Sector Council of Nova Scotia, […]