Founded in 1920, our organization has provided leadership and service to the rubber industry as it has grown and evolved to become what it is today.About Us
Numerous sustainable products in addition to tires are manufactured from rubber. Learn more about the various types of rubber companies we serve.See Our Membership Directory
Used tire recycling programs have been established in each of Canada's provinces to manage and divert the flow of scrap tires from the waste stream.Learn More
Don't wait until you hit that first patch of black ice or see an early winter fender-bender to install your winter tires. As soon as the tempertature dips below 7°C you should consider changing to winter tires.Learn More
RAC Submits Letter to Ontario MPPs on the Proposed Waste Reduction Act
On December 5, the RAC submitted a letter to Ontario MPPs regarding Bill 91, the proposed Waste Reduction Act, to provide our industry's perspective on the legislation.
7 Surprising Misconceptions About Winter Tires
This short 3-minute quiz from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation outlines some popular misconceptions about winter tires.
RAC's November 2013 e-Newsletter
The RAC's e-Newsletter is circulated monthly and features information about the rubber and tire industry, government policies and regulatory issues, and upcoming events.
Government of Canada Enhances Tire Safety Regulations
The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, today announced important regulations that will enhance the safety of tires manufactured for the Canadian market.
Quebec Drivers the Model for Canada
Quebec drivers have long led motorists everywhere in Canada in understanding the safety and performance benefits of winter tires in all cold-weather driving conditions.
Standards Council of Canada
SCC administers Canada’s responsibilities for the development and management of international standards through International Organization for Standardization.
Natural Resources Canada
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is responsible for the energy file and, among other things, the reduction of greenhouse gasses and toxic emissions into our environment.
Transport Canada is the regulating body for tire safety in Canada. The RAC liaises with Transport Canada on regulatory and other matters of consequence to the tire industry.
Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators
CCMTA is an organization comprising representatives of the provincial and federal transport administrators who make decisions on administrative & operational matters.
Canadian Manufacturing Coalition
The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition (CMC) is comprised of roughly 50 major industry groups, united by a common vision for a world-class manufacturing sector in Canada.