Driving Towards the Circular Economy

Join us for an end-to-end exploration of how the rubber industry is setting course for the circular economy.

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Tire and Rubber Association of Canada

The Tire and Rubber Association of Canada is pleased to announce the unveiling of its new name and logo to its members, stakeholders, and rubber industry-at-large.

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End-of-Life Tire Management

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.

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Get to Know More About Winter Tires

Did you know that winter tires dramatically outperform all-season tires? Winter tires provide improved traction, handling and braking on all cold-weater road conditions.

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News & Resources

  • TRAC Bill 151 EBR Submission


    TRAC has drafted a submission re: Bill 151, the Waste-Free Ontario Act, through the Ontario Environmental Bill of Rights public consultation process.

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  • TRAC releases Winter Tire Report


    TRAC's new comprehensive Winter Tire Report detailsthe latest winter tire shipment, market, usage and test data, along with recommendations to increase winter road safety.

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  • TRAC's June 2015 e-Newsletter


    TRAC's e-Newsletter features information about the rubber and tire industry, government policies and regulatory issues, and upcoming events.

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  • 2015 Be Tire Smart Week


    Two thirds of Canadian drivers do not check tire pressures monthly, a routine tire maintenance habit that's critical to safety, fuel economy & reducing harmful emissions.

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  • 2015 Federal Budget to Benefit Manufacturers


    Learn how the Federal Government's Economic Action Plan 2015 will have a positive impact for Canadian manufacturers and exporters.

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Industry & Government Relations

  • Standards Council of Canada

    SCC administers Canada’s responsibilities for the development and management of international standards through International Organization for Standardization.

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  • 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.

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  • Transport Canada

    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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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