Ontario just announced $14,000 off any EVs that retail for under $150,000. In addition, they also get incentives for home charging installation and free overnight electricity for charging: Ontario Making Electric Vehicles More Affordable What do we get in west of Quebec and Ontario (and other provinces, territories too)? $0! BC, where I'm living, offers $5000 off for all electric vehicles as long as they are under $77,000. There are only a handful of these and none of them, bar the yet to be delivered, Chevy Bolt, offer practical long range. BC incentives seem mightily heavy handed towards dealerships. Funnily enough, the program, cevforbc is backed by the NewDealersAssociation. Our premiere Christy Clark promised a renewal and "additional incentives and infrastructure, as well as an educational component and economic development" for the program. But that was in her climate action plan 6 months ago, and no details have emerged since. How about you other folks outside of BC? Anybody have any inside scoop, knowledge about future incentives, or thoughts on their general frustration? What can we do? I've reached out to the cevforbc program, as well as our minister of Energy who leads the program from the Government side. In addition, I've signed this change.org form for a federal incentive: Government of Canada: Federal Government incentives for Canadians purchasing new electric vehicles (EV). In my opinion, if the majority of long range all electric vehicles that are being sold are over $77,000, BC should be offering incentives for those. After all, every electric vehicle should look more appealing than their ICE competitor.