Two new LNG liquefaction plans will open in Western Canada to service the on-road trucking market. One plant will be located in Vancouver, B.C., the other in Edmonton, Alberta.
WINNIPEG — There may not be a national competition this year, but Manitoba drivers are still going to see who is tops in the province.
CALGARY — Alberta’s economy was hit by a rare combination of negative factors, but recovery is on the horizon, according to a new report from Canada West Foundation.
CALGARY – After a torrent of water washed through Calgary and surrounding parts of Alberta late last week, trucking operations are beginning to return to near normal service.
CALGARY — As people continue to tighten their belts, 18 Wheels of Christmas has expanded its reach.
EDMONTON — Members of Alberta’s Partners in Compliance (PIC) program will soon be able to bypass more weigh stations in the province.
CALGARY – Floodwaters are devastating Calgary and many parts of Southern Alberta. Torrential rainfall unloaded on the region yesterday and has since flooded many of the surrounding rivers, including the Bow and Elbow Rivers. A state of emergency has been declared.
EDMONTON — It’s back. And now that Alberta’s one-of-a-kind Partners in Compliance (PIC) program has been given a real shot to succeed, its rescuers are already working on exporting it to the rest of Canada and the U.S.
REGINA — After taking the summer to let the idea simmer, Canada’s three westernmost provinces agreed to move forward on a plan to collaborate on environmental and pension issues.
WANDERING RIVER, AB — Highway 63 will be completely four-laned from Grassland to Fort Mac by 2016, Alberta Premier Alison Redford said this week.
FORT McMURRAY, Alta. – The highway congestion that has accompanied Alberta’s oil boom has been an issue of contention for a few years now.
REGINA — Saskatchewan and Alberta have reached an understanding in an effort to help truckers operate more efficiently and safely between the two provinces.