ROCKY VIEW, AB – The Alberta Motor Transport Association’s annual award recognizes fleet personnel who embrace safety and inspire others to do the same.
CALGARY – Alberta held their truck driving Olympics, picking the best of the best to compete at this year’s National Competition in Moncton.
RED DEER, Alta. — Alberta Transportation has some ideas for an improved network of rest areas in the province, but wanted to run it passed some truckers first.
EDMONTON – Nominations for a new team OF Road Knights need to be in by December 31.
BANFF, Alta. — Alberta Transport Minister Luke Ouellette doesn’t mince words while addressing the issue of federal hours of service legislation and speed limiters.
Both the OTA and the AMTA are looking for a few good truckers to travel the country and represent the industry at various events.
REGINA — Saskatchewan and Alberta have reached an understanding in an effort to help truckers operate more efficiently and safely between the two provinces.
BANFF, Alta. — Greg Sokil of Sokil Express Lines stepped in as the new president of the Alberta Motor Transport Association following the annual general meeting in Banff, Alta.
CALGARY — As the economy continues to trend upwards, it’s predicted a qualified driver shortage will reappear in the trucking industry, but attracting new workers isn’t a problem isolated to transportation.
CALGARY — The ground has been broken and the Alberta Motor Transport Association is hoping to move into a brand new facility in November 2009.
RED DEER, Alta. — For the next year, Calgary will have bragging rights over Edmonton for more than just making the NHL playoffs, they also have Alberta’s top professional driver: David Bulechowsky.
CALGARY — After many years of hoping, waiting and planning, the Alberta Motor Transport Association got the home they dreamed of and are open for business.
BANFF, Alta. — Twenty years to the day after Richard Warnock signed on with a little six-truck operation known as Westfreight Systems, he was being honoured for his dedication to the province’s trucking industry.
BANFF, Alta. — Dean Paisley, of Lethbridge Truck Terminals, was sworn in over the weekend as the Alberta Motor Transport Association’s new president.
BANFF, Alta. — Perley MacDonald was honored last year when he was named Alberta’s Driver of the Year for 2007 and this year he took it to the next level.