Monthly Archives: October 2015

2014 Dodge Demon Challenger SRT8

Stars in Cars: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister

Dee Snider gained fame as the lead singer of the heavy metal group, Twisted Sister. After 40 on-and-off years together, Twisted Sister officially called it quits in April 2015, but they’re still planning a final farewell tour in 2016 to commemorate the band’s forty years in the music biz. In the meantime, the flamboyant frontman…

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Cam Woolley with 1969 Chevrolet Corvette

Stars in Cars: Cam Woolley – CP24’s Traffic Correspondent

He’s a former OPP Sergeant who traded in his badge for a gig as a traffic and safety specialist on CP24, Toronto’s breaking news channel. But Cam Woolley isn’t just a car safety reporter, he’s also an avid car collector. During his 30-year career with the OPP, he also ran a film business, supplying cars…

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The NHL regular season begins Wednesday, October 7. As ever, a team's fortune can rise or fall on one player in particular: the goalie. A few extra saves in the coming months can mean the difference between missing the playoffs and making a run for the Cup. Don Cherry always says goalies are a little crazy – you'd have to be to choose to stand in front of 100-mph slapshots – but a look at their car choices show that perhaps they're saner than they might appear. Here are some of today's top goalies, plus five retired stars.

NHL Goalie Rides

The NHL regular season begins Wednesday, October 7. It’s always a special night because briefly, oh so briefly, all 30 teams are equal. All are tied for first place, all have equal potential, and fans of all 30 teams have equal dreams of winning the Stanley Cup. (Reality will barge in quickly and rudely, don’t…

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Automotive Policies of the Big Three Political Parties

Automotive Policies of the Big Three Political Parties

Article by Jacob Black. Lead photo by Peter Bleakney, infographic by Valerie Mattocks. It’s an industry that employs more than half a million people with about a quarter of those employed directly. There is a significant population employed in downstream supply and there are entire towns that rely on the presence of automotive manufacturing to…

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