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Monthly Archives: August 2012
IntelliLink In-Car Connectivity Available on all 2013 Buicks: New call centre to help customers get familiar with infotainment system
Oshawa, Ontario (Wednesday, August 1, 2012) – Buick will make its IntelliLink in-car connectivity available on every 2013 model year vehicle, including the redesigned Enclave luxury crossover SUV and the all-new Encore luxury crossover. And the brand will help owners … Continue reading
The World through the Windshield of a Mini-Car: 2013 Chevy Spark arrives as U.S. and Canada demand for mini-cars grows
Oshawa, Ontario (Thursday, August 2, 2012) – Mini-cars are widely popular internationally. Now, U.S. and Canada demand and sales are growing as well. After a successful run around the globe with more than 600,000 sales, the Chevrolet Spark is now … Continue reading
Oshawa, Ontario (Friday, June 29, 2012) – On June 30, 1953, the first of a new kind of Chevrolet – indeed, a new kind of American car – rolled off an assembly line in Flint, Mich. The car had only … Continue reading
New Ford B-MAX High-Strength-Steels, Ingenious Design and Technology Combine to Help Protect Occupants
Brentwood, Essex, 14 August, 2012 – The all-new Ford B-MAX is engineered to deliver outstanding protection in accident situations through the use of more than 50 per cent high-strength-steels in the bodyshell and doors, and innovations delivered by the Ford … Continue reading
Toyota launches Canada’s first Certified Used Hybrid Vehicle program: Program ensures Canadians can buy the most proven, most popular hybrids with confidence
TORONTO, ON – August 13, 2012. Drivers have purchased more than 69,000 Toyota Hybrid Vehicles since the first Prius arrived in Canada in 2000. Now, responding to customer demand for the most proven hybrid models in the country, Toyota has … Continue reading
Yes. There is nothing in the Residential Tenancies Act that prevents a tenant from being evicted during the winter months. What is the process for evicting a tenant?
The Landlord and Tenant Board (the Board administers the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the Act). This law sets out the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenant who rent residential properties.
The Residential Tenancies Act (the Act) has rules for how a landlord can end a residential tenancy and evict a tenant. A landlord can end a tenancy only for the reasons allowed by the Act. Landlord must give proper notice.
Headlamps using new technologies can light the road further ahead of the vehicle. These lamps meet the same brightness and antiglare standards as any past headlamp. Levels of glare light are kept to the same values that were set in … Continue reading
Federal laws do not ban the sale of new right-hand-drive vehicles in Canada. However, the manufacturer must certify that the vehicle complies with Canadian safety standards.