Super sports car dealership Weissach has partnered with Langara College to raise $40k, which will go toward the college's food bags to help ensure food security for its students and access to technology to support their learnings.

Weissach partners with Langara College to raise $40k to support students in need

As students across Canada begin the 2020 school year, many have felt the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Loss of income has had a major effect, with many unable to support themselves and their families and struggling to pay for the basics—textbooks, food and shelter. Celebrating its 40th year in business, Weissach (the largest independentRead Full Story


Honda Canada reaches agreement to settle Canadian Takata Airbag Inflator class action

Honda Canada has reached an agreement to resolve Takata airbag inflator class action litigation in Canada. The settlement will further enhance Honda Canada’s significant efforts to reach and encourage customers to bring their vehicles to authorized dealers for a free airbag inflator replacement. As part of the settlement, Honda Canada will continue its comprehensive recall efforts.Read Full Story

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera 007 Edition.

Q by Aston Martin creates new limited-edition Vantage 007 & DBS Superleggera editions to celebrate ‘No Time to Die’

Aston Martin is celebrating the release of the 25th James Bond film, with two exclusive 007 special editions inspired by the cars featured in No Time to Die. This new collaboration between Aston Martin and EON Productions, the company that produces the James Bond films with Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios, delivers new 007 editions of theRead Full Story


What if you are entitled to a British State Pension and don’t know?

If you worked in Britain, even for a short period of time, you may be entitled to a British State Pension. You may also be eligible to back pay premiums, which will increase the pension you receive when you reach pensionable age. The Canadian Alliance of British Pensioners (CABP) will help you determine if you qualifyRead Full Story

Female riders at Duffy Lake, BC, prepare for the   14th edition of International Female Ride Day (IFRD).

Women motorcycle riders shift into gear for International Female Ride Day

Women motorcycle riders and motorsport enthusiasts on six continents and more than 120 countries will take to their motorcycles to “Just Ride!”, Saturday, August 22, 2020 for the officially rescheduled 14th edition of International Female Ride Day (IFRD). The globally synchronized action will see women once again govern the world’s roads, tracks and trails for theRead Full Story

How to Clean Sponges

BCUOMA creates humorous – ‘How to Clean Everything’ video series

BC Used Oil Management Association (“BCUOMA”), a not-for-profit group dedicated to the collection and recycling of lubricating oil, oil filters, oil containers, antifreeze and antifreeze containers in British Columbia, have created a series of five short videos that combine a fun, non-traditional communications campaign, with a serious and important used oil recycling message. View the videos here. “ThisRead Full Story

Insurance Bureau

ICBC keeps savings from reduced claims during pandemic

NEWS PROVIDED BY Insurance Bureau of Canada  In recognition of the fact Canadian’s are driving less and claims are down during the COVID-19 pandemic, private insurers across the country have returned an average of approximately $280 per driver in auto insurance premium relief, as of June 30, 2020. Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) recently conducted a survey of members andRead Full Story

Cayman GTS 4.0 (1)

2021 Porsche Cayman & Boxster GTS 4.0 models

For his newest ride, car enthusiast Steve Blake made a choice between two new Porsche vehicles, the  2021 Porsche Cayman GTS 4.0 and the Cayman S, which did he choose? The time has come for me to choose a new sports car. I have thoroughly enjoyed my last three Porsche sports cars for daily drivers.Read Full Story


Unloved by Ralph Nader: the Chevy Corvair

Spotted on Vancouver’s westside, a 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa. The engine is all-aluminum air-cooled flat six, which, in turbo charged form, as in the Corsa model, produces exceptional performance for a compact car. The multi-dial interior and high-back seats also made the Corsa a sporty model in the ‘60s. With its swing-axle suspension at theRead Full Story

Rob Dibble with his 1969 Volkswagen Dune Buggy.

Pandemic allows hobbyists the time to return to restoration projects

With time to spare and nowhere to go during the COVID-19 lockdown, many classic-car owners have seized the opportunity to finally make progress on a restoration project—or two. Rob Dibble saw the overabundance of time at home as an opportunity to pursue his passion for car restoration. A corporate development entrepreneur, Dibble has been workingRead Full Story

Aston Martin

Aston Martin’s first DBX drives off production line

Just over four years since Aston Martin announced its investment in a brand-new manufacturing facility at St. Athan, the first Aston Martin to be “Made in Wales” has been driven off the production line. The culmination of an extensive development program that began with virtual development in 2015 and physical testing in Wales in 2018,Read Full Story


BC vehicle owners can now save a bit of ‘tin’

After years of the SVABC (Specialty Vehicle Association of BC) working in partnership with ICBC managers, policy and insurance specialists, the day has arrived when a surviving spouse in British Columbia can retain a vehicle’s collector plate and not be required to reapply for collector status on the vehicle. This applies to both regular plates, asRead Full Story


Hagerty releases interesting North American collector car data trends

Tom Cochrane said it best: “Life is a highway, I want to ride it all night long.” More that ever, these lyrics are ringing as Canadians rediscover the love, and passion of the drive amid COVID-19 restrictions lifting. During these unprecedented times, the driving experience has transformed from commuting to being a source of freedom,Read Full Story


Ford’s Co-Pilot 360 technology now includes hands-free driving, over-the-air updates and more

Ford Co-Pilot 360 Technology—a comprehensive collection of available driver-assist features—now includes Active Drive Assist, which allows for hands-free driving on more than 160,ooo kilometres of divided highways in Canada and the U.S. Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. It does not replace safeRead Full Story