The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) announced the newest members to its steering committee. The new members are, Roy Pelletier, Emily Lowe, Sylvain Seguin, Shannon Tardiff, Brandi Brydges, Mike Beier and Steve Gallace. Rich Zamperin will join in the role of special advisor and Matthew Mauro as young leader. Get to know the new members […]
New CCIF 2021 Steering Committee Members
The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) is pleased to announce the following new steering committee members for the 2021 – 2022 term: Collision repair representatives Jeff Labanovich, Carstar Canada John Lockwood, CSN Collision Centres Supplier representatives Keith Tuttosi, NAPA/CMAX Paint and Body Supplies Phil Jennings, OEM Uniparts Craig Jalbert, 3M Canada Michael Thibault, Enterprise Rent-A-Car […]
2020 CCIF Steering Committee Members
The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) is pleased to announce the following new steering committee members for the 2020/2021 term: Chair Paul Prochilo, Simplicity Car Care Collision Repairer Tony DeSantis, Fix Automotive Network Koos Reineking, Lift Auto Group Brady Chattington, CSN Image Auto Body Murphy Tarves, Craftsman Group of Companies OEM Daniel Grenier, Mazda Canada […]
Caroline Lacasse joins AIA Canada as director of CCIF
After a nation-wide search where high levels of interest were expressed throughout the industry, the Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Caroline Lacasse as director, Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF). Caroline has been involved in the automotive industry for more than 20 years, with a special focus on […]
CCIF 2017 Toronto Breaks Attendance Record!
CCIF 2017 Toronto breaks attendance records with over 700 registrations, with a third of the registrants being first-time CCIF attendees. Patrice Marcil delivered another enlightening presentation on the Collision Industry-Education project. Patrice moderated a panel discussion with auto body program managers/instructors from colleges across the country that highlighted the challenges faced by the colleges with […]
CCIF Toronto 2017 Agenda Now Available!
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2017 New CCIF Steering Committee Members
We are pleased to announce the following new CCIF Steering committee members for the 2017 – 2018 term: Collision Repairers: Jean Charles Dupuis, COO, Fix Auto Canada Colson Cole, Vice-President of Operations, CARSTAR Canada Suppliers: Michel Caron, Vice-President, Sales, Audatex Canada Sean Donaldson, Assistant Vice-President, Enterprise Holdings Mike Gilliland, President, AutoHouse Technologies Inc. Please join […]
Management changes at the Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF)
After serving for three years as Director of Collision Programs with responsibility for the management of CCIF, Leanne Jefferies will be leaving AIA Canada at the end of August 2016. Leanne has been instrumental to the Forum’s success, driving consistently relevant content, enhanced sponsorship value and the full engagement of industry stakeholders. CCIF is now […]
Our CCIF Toronto videos are now online!
Our January CCIF meeting was a sold out event that attracted over 600 attendees. For this special CCIF Cars & Technology Showcase, we have created videos to help share the excellent information that was shared by our experts. You can now view: CCIF Meeting Highlights Mike Anderson’s complete presentation “You Don’t Know, What You Don’t […]
FREE I-CAR Training at the 2016 Skills Canada National Competition
I-CAR and the CCIF Skills Program have partnered with Skills Canada to offer the “Vehicle Technology and Trends 2016” I-CAR training course for FREE at the Skills Canada National Competition in Moncton, NB on June 7th. Click here to view the course information and instructions on how to register. This free course is open for […]