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by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.   

Is a Collision Repair Company a Good Investment?

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599

An upward trending stock chart published in the newspaper Globe & Mail’s ‘Report on Business’ last week was good news for investors in Boyd Group Income Fund, a Winnipeg-based fund the units of which include such brands as Boyd Autobody & Glass in Canada and Gerber Collision & Glass in the United States. These companies are part of Boyd Group, which has grown from one repair shop in Winnipeg established in 1990 to 318 shops today—doubling in size since 2011— and is now one of the largest collision and windshield repair operators in North America.

Concerns About Japanese Airbags: What Does It Take to Get The Facts?

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598

Recently, Road Rules referenced a New York Times mid-September article on the series of incidents in the United States involving allegedly exploding Takata Corp. air bags that finally caught the attention of US federal regulatory investigators, i.e. the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Culture of Distraction?

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597

Every weekly Road Rules article is simultaneously published in a number of community newspapers and online at www.roadrules.ca/.  If you have never visited this site, now that you have the link, you may want to have a look.  The ‘Home’ page has three columns.

The Ford F-150 Pickup Truck gets an Aluminum Body

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596

Aluminum (or aluminium) is a chemical element—a metal—with the symbol AL and atomic number 13. It is the third most abundant element and the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust. Of the Earth’s solid surface, 8% by weight is aluminum but its chemical reactivity tends to combine it with over 270 different minerals.

The smelting of the ore, bauxite is one of the most common methods of producing ‘primary’ aluminum. Canada is the third largest aluminum producer in the world after Russia and China—second and first—by a wide margin—respectively.

Break the Law in BC, and Maybe Lose Your Vehicle

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595

British Columbia is now one of the first two Canadian provinces to enact a civil forfeiture administrative process enabling it to seize the instruments or proceeds of unlawful activity, including motor vehicles.

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