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Accidents on rural roads are on the rise, and they're more likely to be fatal
Thursday November 5, 1998 2:50 AM
TORONTO -- An international study says 75,000 people are killed every year in accidents occurring on the rural highways of the western world. They're defined as any paved, two-lane
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It's a match: Link Logistics, The Internet Truckstop form alliance
Wednesday November 4, 1998 3:04 PM
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Link Logistics and The Internet Truckstop, two of more significant players in the electronic load-matching business, will offer access to their combined databa
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Doom and gloom? Manufacturers upbeat about production, says StatsCan
Monday November 2, 1998 5:04 PM
OTTAWA -- So much for black cats crossing the path of the Canadian economy this Halloween. Canadian manufacturers say they plan to increase production during the next three mon
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Canada, U.S. near deal on driver medicals
Monday November 2, 1998 4:40 PM
TORONTO -- Canadian Trucking Alliance chief executive officer David Bradley says government and industry leaders are "closing in on a solution" to liability concerns over doctors w
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Canadian driver-training schools certified to standards developed by U.S. association
Monday November 2, 1998 12:19 PM
TORONTO -- Two Canadian driver training companies -- Kim Richardson Transportation Specialists, based in Caledonia, Ont., and J.V.I. Driver Training School of Charlottetown, P.E.I.
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CTEA pushes for industry-wide underride standard
Monday November 2, 1998 12:19 PM
ST. THOMAS, Ont. -- The Board of Directors of the St. Thomas, Ont.-based Canadian Transportation Equipment Association has approved a proposal to develop industry-accepted designs
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TCT buys food warehouses from Livingston Logistics
Monday November 2, 1998 12:19 PM
CALGARY -- TCT Logistics announced that it has acquired seven warehouse and distribution centres designed primarily for food products from Livingston Logistics, the Canadian logist
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Genuine Parts makes take-over bid for UAP
Friday October 30, 1998 4:12 PM
MONTREAL -- UAP Inc., Canada's largest distributor of auto and heavy-duty truck parts, is considering a take-over bid from Genuine Parts Co., the Atlanta, Ga.-based operator of the
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