MONTREAL, Que. – With the support of the Canadian Government Camo-Route is hoping to put women in the driver’s seat. Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced $294,000 in funding for a new project called “Women Truck Drivers: Target 10%” aimed […]
Four of Canada’s trucking associations are now led by executives who have assumed their roles in the last two years. Learn who they are, where they came from, and what they plan for the rest of 2016.
Gene Orlick’s tenure as chairman of the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) can still reasonably be counted in days. The owner of Alberta-based Orlicks Inc. assumed the role just last week, during the alliance’s spring board meeting in Arizona. But his mandate already includes one issue that will define the nation’s largest trucking organization for years to come. Who will replace David Bradley?
LANGLEY, B.C.– If you’re a member of the British Columbia Trucking Association (BCTA) and you’re not planning to visit the open house celebration at head office next Thursday, what’s stopping you?
OTA releases 100-page handbook for border-crossing drivers
SURREY, B.C. — Changes that WorkSafeBC has made to the definitions and policies for “workers, employers and independent operators,”