Trillium Automobile Dealers Association
Connecting post-secondary students with industry leaders offering support, advice & encouraging young women to develop their skills that can lead to lifelong career in the exciting, vibrant & evolving auto industry
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Driving Relationships between Ontario’s New Car Dealers, Consumers and Government
Our goal is to foster positive relationships between Ontario’s new car dealers, consumers, government, and the media, as well as provide information and services to our members on government, manufacturer, and consumer-related issues. Our representation of the retail new automotive industry focusses on legal, environmental, and consumer issues as it concerns new vehicle sales in Ontario.
Our dealer members represent all automotive manufacturer brands and franchises and are governed by our strict code of ethics. Every TADA dealer is a member in good standing with the OMVIC’s Consumer Services.
Supporting Our Communities
TORONTO – On November 22 at Queen’s Park, MPPs voted unanimously to pass Bill 50, the Cutting Red Tape for Motor Vehicle Dealers Act, 2018 at Second Reading. This was a crucial step in the legislative process for the Bill, which has now been referred to the Standing...read more
“Today’s passage of Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act at third and final reading is good news for the next generation of skilled trade workers and the auto sector. By permanently shutting down the Ontario College of Trades, Bill 47 has now eliminated...read more
"Ontario’s 2018 Fall Economic Statement is welcomed news for Ontario’s automobile retail sector. We welcome the Ford Government’s commitments to help reduce the cost of doing business by cutting red tape by 25 percent and increasing the Employer Health Tax exemption...read more