Transport Canada is urging Nissan to take stronger helps to notify owners of a recalled vehicle. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)Nissan will also have to send Transport Canada quarterly reports on the progress of this recall. The department says it believes that notifying current owners will result in more recall work being completed on the affected vehicles. It's the first time the new power, known as a subsequent notice order, has been used since it became law last year. Consumers can find out if any vehicle has been recalled by visiting www.tc.gc.ca/recalls, by contacting their vehicle manufacturer, or their local dealer, the department said. Transport Minister Marc Garneau said he'll use the power again if needed. "I remain very concerned that Nissan is not doing enough to inform affected owners of this important recall," he said in a statement.
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