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Hail Storms Send Insurance Costs Skyrocketing

CALGARY, ALTA. – The hailstorms of 2014 were the worst ever. Pounding inventory to pieces, they took the new dealerships in Calgary’s northwest area by surprise.

“It was the first big one in many years,” recalls Asheet Ruparell, whose Stoney Trail Mazda store was one of those that took a pounding and… continue reading

Wyant Group Builds Ford’s ‘Gateway to Northern Saskatchewan’

PRINCE ALBERT, SASK. – When the Wyant Group bought Lakeland Ford in 2009, the group made a commitment to Lakeland staff that it was going to replace the old store with a brand-new one.

On June 15, group head Vaughan Wyant and group COO Michael Wyant kept the promise when they joined Dianne Craig, Ford Canada CEO, to… continue reading

Super Sue helps Finneron Hyundai win President’s Award

COURTENAY, B.C. – When dealer Mike Finneron and his daughter and store general manager Sue Finneron changed their franchise from the defunct Pontiac brand to Hyundai in 2010, they found there was more to the move than just changing… continue reading

Nissan Titan gets more muscle to take on the heavies in the pickup market

Nissan says it’s serious about selling more pickup trucks. To prove it, the automaker is coming to market with the redesigned Titan. The fi rst member of the Titan family, the XD Crew Cab with an optional 5.0L V8 diesel engine, will debut this… continue reading

Dealer wants to build Toronto’s ‘next great dealership’

Perched in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Toronto’s Dufferin and Wilson area is Toronto Hyundai owned by Benny Leung. Leung can see growth coming. It’s everywhere.

The Dufferin and Wilson area of Toronto is changing. High and low-rise condo developments are popping up changing the face of the neighbourhood and adding to… continue reading

Ontario Motor Sales reno more than just bricks and mortar

OSHAWA, ONT. – The blue letters on the showroom wall at Ontario Motor Sales read “established 1923.” Gracing the showroom is an ebony-coloured 1930 Chevrolet. It’s there courtesy of the grandson of the man who bought the sedan from… continue reading

Kosher poultry business grows East Toronto plant serves observant Jews across Canada

Rabbi Moshe Rubelow grasps a chicken by the nape to bare its throat for his knife. The bird is motionless.

“Blessed art Thou, O Lord, Our God, King of the Universe, who has made us holy through your commandments and has commanded us to slaughter,” Rubelow prays… continue reading