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Toyota Canada issues 'Do not drive' warning for 7,300 cars over airbag defects

Toyota Canada issues 'Do not drive' warning for 7,300 cars over airbag defects

TORONTO — Toyota Canada Inc. reissued an urgent "Do not drive" warning for about 7,300 cars as part of a decade-old campaign to remind customers their vehicles may have a defective Takata airbag.
John Ducker: How to stay safe near downed power lines

John Ducker: How to stay safe near downed power lines

If you’re driving in a storm and power lines fall on or near your vehicle, stay put and call for help
Edmunds Top Rated Awards for 2024 are out

Edmunds Top Rated Awards for 2024 are out

Every year Edmunds’ experts put their heads together to determine the best new vehicles on sale.
SDSS grad living life in the fast lane

SDSS grad living life in the fast lane

Julia Lacasse in charge of race team, working for Tesla
John Ducker: Why winter tires are important when it's below 7C

John Ducker: Why winter tires are important when it's below 7C

As temperatures drop, rubber in summer or all season tires hardens, becoming more inflexible and killing traction — the thing you want most in poor road conditions.
Opinion: Railing against poor driving etiquette in Squamish and beyond

Opinion: Railing against poor driving etiquette in Squamish and beyond

Squamish, British Columbia, all of Canada: Let’s talk about the quality of driving. I’ve lived in Canada since 2018, and I’ve always been amazed by the high insurance rates when it comes to insuring a vehicle and the poor reputation of drivers.
John Ducker: Holistic approach needed to make roads safer for pedestrians

John Ducker: Holistic approach needed to make roads safer for pedestrians

Distracted drivers and walkers, poor urban design, larger vehicles all contributing to increase in deaths
John Ducker: Steer your driving away from pet peeves

John Ducker: Steer your driving away from pet peeves

Tailgating, dazzling headlights and mufflers cause annoyance among motorists
Truckers’ group says broader approach needed for safety in B.C. transportation

Truckers’ group says broader approach needed for safety in B.C. transportation

Additional training and safety measures must be extended to cargo shippers and large importers/exporters “to truly achieve success,”
Hwy. 17A overpass repairs start Monday (Jan. 8)

Hwy. 17A overpass repairs start Monday (Jan. 8)

Project expected to take two months