The Government of Quebec introduced Bill 104, An Act to increase the number of zero-emission motor vehicles in Québec on June 2 2016 . Hearings will begin in August, and if passed, the bill would set a quota requiring that 15.5 percent of all cars sold in the province by 2025 be zero-emission vehicles. For commentary and context, read “Quebec, Ontario back different Approaches to drive Clean Vehicle Uptake” in the PICS Climate Examiner , and Marc Jaccard’s essay in Policy Options, “Effective climate change regulation: Let’s transform Canadian cars” . An up to date report on Volkswagen’s new shift to electric vehicle production appears in the PICS Climate Examiner (June 22). The International Energy Association reports a global population of over million EV’s in its new Global EV Outlook 2016: Beyond One Million Electric Cars .