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THE INFORMATION EMBARGO IS OVER 2018's

THE INFORMATION EMBARGO IS OVER By Denis Duquet , 2017-09-25 This past July, we reported on some of the major new models planned for the 2018 model-year by the FCA group. But not all was revealed – an embargo prevented us from divulging some notable new models before the month of September. Now that the envelope can be opened, we’ve […]

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Fernie's Best and Brightest, Take on the winter in AWD

The Elk Valley is, for both those living here and those simply passing through, a memorable location. Nature blends into the city life, producing a harmony that feels every bit a part of our Canadian history as it offers the modern conveniences that make life great. For drivers living in Fernie, there's a reason to […]

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How Diesel Engines Create So Much Torque While Maintaining Great Economy

You either have a friend that goes on and on about the benefits their diesel-powered vehicle has to offer over the main-stream gasoline counterparts or we are that friend. The first question that leaps to mind is: do diesel engines really make a difference if we do a side-by-side comparison? Yes. Yes they do. While […]

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History of the Crowsnest Pass

Located in the Canadian Rockies, the area now known as Crowsnest Pass has an interesting history thanks, in part, to surveys that had shown its rich archeological potential with indigenous tools and stone relics dating back as far as 11,000 years. While that period has been fogged over by time, there is quite a bit […]

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3 Things That a Ram 3500 Can Tow That No Other Truck Can

(...but probably shouldn't) 1) 200 Newfies The provincial dog of Newfoundland is an Atlantic treasure, with thick bones, water-resistant coat, and in200 Newfiesnate swimming talents that make them ideal for rescue work along the Canadian coast and throughout the world. Descended from the now-extinct St. John's water dog, the common ancestor of the Newfoundland and […]

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