Electric Vehicles Update

As Clean Energy Canada’s Stefan Pauer and Clean Energy Review co-author Keri McNamara wrote in a new op-ed in the Toronto Star, “clean energy is a win-win for climate and cost.” Head to the report for more.

Northern Ontario sees more electric vehicle registrations in 2023
Now more than 1,000 registered EVs in Sudbury

The City of Sault Ste. Marie, in partnership with the city’s utility company and Sault Climate Hub, held an EV showcase last fall to share people’s real-world experiences with electric vehicles. (Submitted by Emily Cormier)

Jan 31, 2024 – CBC news

The number of Sudburians registering electric vehicles grew at a faster pace than the Ontario average in 2023, according to provincial data and the Electric Vehicle Society of Greater Sudbury.

The EV Society, which took its figures from Ontario’s dataset, said there were 1,088 EVs registered in Sudbury as of December, 2023, which it said was an increase of 49 per cent over the previous year.

That’s slightly higher than the Ontario-wide increase of 45 per cent, according to the EV Society.


Factcheck: 21 misleading myths about electric vehicles

Close up of newly imported Chinese electric cars, awaiting UK distribution. Credit: Filby Photography / Alamy Stock Photo

Oct 24, 2023 – Carbon Brief – Simon Evans

Electric vehicles (EVs) significantly cut lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions in almost all circumstances and are the key technology for decarbonizing road transport.

While not having a car has even larger climate benefits, many peoples’ ability to go car-free is limited by their circumstances and the availability of alternatives.

This means EVs are “likely crucial” for tackling transport emissions, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Factcheck: 21 misleading myths about electric vehicles – Carbon Brief


Sustainable Transportation Event – Stockey Center, Parry Sound


August 19 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us Saturday August 19th from 10 AM – 5 PM at the Stockey Centre in Parry Sound, for our Sustainable Transportation Event!

This exciting event offers a unique opportunity to test drive electric vehicles and eBikes for free, giving you the first-hand experience of zero-emission travel.

Discover the latest advancements in sustainable transportation while engaging with industry experts and local EV owners.

RSVP here



Zero Emission Vehicles: A Four-Part Webinar Series from GBBR

GBBR EV Series Poster

Georgian Bay Biosphere presents a four-part series on on Electric Vehicles:

  • April 12, 7pm: Electric Vehicles 101
  • May 17, 7pm: EV Infrastructure 101
  • June 14, 7pm: Dispelling EV Myths
  • August 16, 7pm: Owning an EV in the GBB Region

Find you tube videos here – Georgian Bay Biosphere – YouTube

Dispelling EV myths – Webinar, Georgian Bay Biosphere Mnidoo Gamii
part 3 of the 4 part series above.


Plug’n Drive is a non-profit organization committed to accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles in order to maximize their environmental and economic benefits. Since 2011, Plug’n Drive has established itself as a Canadian leader in the electric vehicle industry, a trusted and unbiased source of information about electric cars, charging stations and the electricity sector.

Bust the myths behind electric vehicles. here


We are a not-for-profit organisation comprised of electric vehicle owners and enthusiasts who advocate for electric mobility. Whether you’re new to EVs or you’ve owned one for years, we welcome you!

Members from coast to coast

EV Society was founded in 1994, when all electric cars were hand-crafted one-off conversions. Now we help to increase EV adoption through education, advocacy, meetings, events and partnerships.


Add your voice

Join EV Society to receive perks from our corporate partners, network with industry leaders and help us to make a difference!


The Driven

Tony Seba talks about the rapid switch to EVs

“The market share of electric vehicles will hit 50 per cent in China this year”

Listen to the Driven podcast interview


EV charging

Charge Hub is a great resource for anyone who has—or is thinking of getting—an Electric Vehicle. The link to the interactive map is below.

Picture of ChargeHub map of EV chargers around Muskoka - March 2021
From www.ChargeHub.com. Clicking the image will open the interactive map in a new browser tab. #bookmarkthat

For this blog’s featured image (which is a screencap, not interactive), we put “Muskoka” into the search bar.


The Muskoka EV Show was amazing!

The Muskoka EV Show was amazing! Thank you to organizers Peter Love and Lesley Hastie and the many volunteers at Muskoka Conservancy and CAM who made the day a success. Thank you to keynote speaker Steve Lapp. Thank you to the EV dealers, the EV owners and the many organizations that came out to share info and news. Thank you to Wheelie Good Coffee for the best coffee ever. Thank you to the folks at Bracebridge Fairgrounds. And thank you to everyone who came out!

First electrical vehicle show draws a good crowd – Doppler online

Muskoka EV Show — Sat, May 27 – BraceBridge Fairgrounds – Climate Action Muskoka


More EV stories

Find more EV stories and news about other fossil fuel free transportation options – Transportation – Climate Action Muskoka


From our Community Carbon Challenge Pages

Re-examine your fossil fuel-free transportation options – Climate Action Muskoka

The Carbon Footprint of Your Next Vehicle – Climate Action Muskoka