VICTORIA — With the addition of renewable fuels to B.C.’s diesel and gasoline pools in 2010, the provincial government has decided to relax the controversial carbon tax by 5 percent.
LANGLEY, B.C. — As part of their strategy to provide tools and support to members tackling labor shortages, the BC Trucking Association (BCTA) has added a new feature on their transportation career website.
ALDERGROVE, B.C. — If Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) has its way, no more trucks will cross into the U.S. at Aldergrove, B.C.
SURREY, B.C. — While some political unrest surrounds a plan by the B.C. government to increase toll fees on the new Port Mann bridge, the province’s trucking association doesn’t see a problem.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The B.C. Trucking Association is using 2010 as a year to strategically prepare for an anticipated driver shortage in the trucking industry.
LANGLEY, B.C. — More than two-thirds of trucking companies responding to a recent survey in B.C. expect to hire or contract an average of five full-time Class 1 drivers during the next year.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The Trucking Safety Council of B.C. has developed a draft business plan designed to improve safety in the province’s trucking industry and wants to know what you think.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The trucking industry has changed significantly in the past 10 years, but the changes are even more mind boggling if you look back 100 years and the B.C. Trucking Association is looking to capture that history.
VICTORIA — Acting on recommendations from the Trucking Sector Climate Action Working Group, the B.C. government is making two allowances for truckers to increase productivity.
LANGELY, B.C. — In response to the human and financial costs of trucking incidents, the B.C. Trucking Association recently established the B.C. Trucking Safety Council.
LANGLEY, BC — National Trucking Week began today, meant as a time to appreciate the role of trucking in Canadian life, and particularly to applaud the skill and professionalism of its drivers.
ALDERGROVE, B.C. — Chalk a victory up for B.C. truckers.
LANGLEY, B.C. — Bald tires, faulty brakes, 40 percent out of service, 70 percent taken off the road… scary “statistics” about trucks make great headlines but don’t tell the whole story.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A curvy stretch of B.C. highway between Kamloops and Merritt got a little attention recently after a handful of accidents involving heavy trucks.
LANGLEY, B.C. — On the verge of B.C.’s carbon tax implementation, the B.C. Trucking Association is still wondering what the environmental tax will accomplish.