Canadian Collision Industry Forum

Paving the road to success for Canada’s collision sector.

Paving the road to success for Canada’s collision sector.

The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) offers Canada’s collision sector—collision repairers, suppliers, insurers, associations, to original equipment manufacturers and educators—exclusive opportunities to discuss and share industry trends and challenges.

The first official CCIF meeting was held in Edmonton in 1999. Since this meeting, CCIF has been drawing an increasing number of stakeholders to voice their opinions, to learn from each other, and to actively participate in discussions on key industry topics.

CCIF conferences take place a few times per year, in different provinces from coast to coast, and are open to all who have an interest in contributing to the future success and sustainability of the Canadian collision repair industry.

CCIF welcomes all stakeholders to gather and share ideas and knowledge that will benefit and drive the industry as a whole. CCIF is committed to providing a meeting environment that is professional, collaborative, and discusses profitability, human resources, and vehicle technology.

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Collision news

May 9, 2024

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May 2, 2024

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April 16, 2024

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April 3, 2024

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Upcoming events

September 19, 2024 
to September 20, 2024

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