Autos.ca (formerly CanadianDriver) is the ultimate online destination for Canadian automotive information and advice on making smarter car purchase decisions. Autos.ca helps you with your car purchase decision by providing uniquely Canadian automotive information that includes reviews, automotive news, pricing, car specifications and much more. Written by Canadians for Canadians, Autos.ca contributors include some of Canada’s best known automotive journalists.
Who is Autos?
Autos.ca was formerly known as CanadianDriver.com. Established in 1999 and updated daily, CanadianDriver.com is an award-winning online automotive magazine that features over 11,000 automotive articles. The company was acquired by Trader Corporation in July 2010 and rebranded as Autos.ca in February 2011. Autos.ca continues to feature high quality Canadian content written by knowledgeable staff and contributors covering all angles of the Canadian Automotive Landscape.
|Jonathan Yarkony has been writing and editing car stories for over 8 years and is the current Senior Editor for Autos.ca. He has work published on Autos.ca, msn.ca/autos, auto123.com and carpages.ca, and he still can’t believe how lucky he is to get new cars every week… for free! He was the founding Editor of AutoTrader New Car and is the current Editor of the autoTRADER.ca Buyer’s Guide, the official show program of the Canadian International Auto Show. Follow him on Twitter Twitter or Instagram. Also see our Facebook pages at Facebook.com/AutoTrader.ca and Facebook.com/Autos.ca for our latest social media experiments.|
|Greg Wilson Formerly editor of CanadianDriver.com, Greg Wilson has been writing about cars for longer than he’d like to remember (hint: stability control was known as steering into the skid). He’s a regular contributor to Autos and enjoys light jazz, Hawaiian sunsets, casual dining with his sweetie, bragging about his kids, qwirky car designs, and driving backwards through slalom courses. Greg can be found on Twitter @gregonlonsdale and on Google+|
|Paul Williams Paul Williams is an award-winning Ottawa-based automotive writer and a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada. He began writing about cars professionally in 2000. Paul has been a “car guy” all his life and the fascination continues. He drives a Honda Element and a Honda S2000, and also owns a 1956 MGA and a 1967 MGB-GT (there’s also a 1971 Austin America that could be yours!). He’s active in several enthusiast car clubs, and if it’s got a motor and wheels, Paul probably likes it.|
|James Bergeron James Bergeron is a quality assurance engineer for a major telecom company with a passion for driving and automotive technology. Growing up close to the track, with his father a mechanic for a race team, James has been around cars all his life. James spends a lot of his time driving, writing or talking about cars. When he isn’t test driving the latest offering for review, you’ll probably find him at the track, pushing his Nissan Sentra to its limits. You can follow James on Twitter or even visit his own site at http://www.drivesideways.com.|
|Peter Bleakney Peter is a Toronto-based auto writer and member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada. He writes reviews and features forAutos.ca, The Toronto Star newspaper, Metro News and Cottage Life magazine. Peter bought his first car when he was 15 — a ferrous 1968 Austin Mini — and learned how to swear while porting the head, installing twin SU carburetors, a header and Thrush muffler. He is also a professional bass player, having toured with Anne Murray since 1984, and is currently in the Toronto production of Jersey Boys.|
|Mark Stevenson Mark is a petrol head with an addiction for cars and motorcycles alike. He started his automotive writing career at the former AutoNorth before moving on to his own automotive outlet. After living in PEI a number of years, Mark took his luck south of the border and cut his professional teeth in Texas where he was a member of the Texas Automotive Writers Association. In 2011, he returned to his home and native land and freelances for numerous Canadian and American automotive websites. He currently resides in Nova Scotia with his two dogs, Nismo and Maloo.|