ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Charging Practices and Costs: Health Canada analysis indicates that overall, emissions from all on-road vehicles contribute to an estimated 1,200 premature deaths and millions of cases of non-fatal health outcomes every year, at a total estimated economic cost of $9.5 billion annually;

ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND THE ENVIRONMENT: It’s fascinating to learn that at the turn of the 20th century, there were actually more Electric Vehicles (EVs) on the road than gasoline-powered Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles. This prevalence was challenged, however, when Ford’s moving assembly line made passenger cars more accessible. Ford, empowered by the knowledge that gasoline was more widely available than electricity, built a transport system based on gasoline that would last over a hundred years.