The Retire Your Ride (French: Adieu Bazou) program was a voluntary Canadian scrappage program created to reward Canadians for permanently retiring a vehicle made in 1995 or earlier for a wide range of rewards, such as a public transit pass or C$300. The program ended on March 31, 2011. By January 2011, the program had surpassed its original targets and had permanently retired over 120,000 vehicles and reduced thousands of tonnes of smog-forming emissions. The program was available in provinces across Canada. Some automakers had started their own complimentary auto retirement programs with rewards on top of the federal program's rewards in an effort to increase vehicle sales in Canada.
On June 4, 2008 the Government of Canada announced the "National Vehicle Scrappage Program", which would create incentives for residents of Canada to trade in their old, higher-polluting vehicles to promote cleaner alternatives resulting in cleaner air and a healthier environment.