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Pete’s Blog&Grille: What To Do With A Round Tuit
Trucks deliver many things, but this morning, an Alberta-based driver named Michael Rosenau brought me something I never received before. He gave me a whole day. 24 hours.
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Peter Carter
Pete’s Blog & Grille: The Single Best Trucking Song of All
What’s important — and what remains clear — is that to my father, Tom Carter and the rest of us, riding in a truck was something to sing about. Hard to argue with that.
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Peter Carter
Lockwood's Blog: Looking to Pick Up Women
When I look around and take stock of what this industry needs -- what the entire world needs, for that matter -- I see a monstrous waste of talent because women haven't been allowed to play ...
Filed under: Rolf Lockwood Trucking HR Canada Truck World 2014 women in trucking
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Rolf Lockwood
Pete’s Blog&Grille: Me and my new gang, 10 years in
"Truck Writers of North America is one of the only clubs I’d join that would have guys like me as a member," Editor Peter Carter says. Here's why.
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Peter Carter
Pete’s Blog&Grille: Never the Twain I'll Meet
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas only if you're not a writer. Editor Peter Carter keeps no secrets from his trip to the heavy duty aftermarket week in Vegas where he met a tribute Shania...
Filed under: aftermarket trucks Shania Twain
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Peter Carter
Pete's Blog&Grille: Gosh It's Great To Wait For A Train!
Could there POSSIBLY be an upside to waiting for a train to get across a busy highway? Editor Carter---stuck at The CN Rail level crossing on Goreway Rd. near Pearson Airport-- offers two-...
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Peter Carter
Christmas Time at Pete’s Blog&Grille
Without you readers we would not have the opportunity to publish Today’s Trucking; and publishing that magazine is something we love doing.
Filed under: Christmas Google Translate Today's Trucking
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Peter Carter
Pete’s Blog&Grille: A family recipe for Un-Succession
I was raised in a fleet family. My Dad and his brother started the business a long time ago and when I was in university, the company sort of evaporated.
Filed under: family business fleet buses
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Peter Carter
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