VANCOUVER — BC Trucking Association boss Paul Landry knows that no matter how impressive a safety record the trucking industry produces, it doesn’t matter at all until the general public believes it.
LANGLEY, B.C. — Come the end of September, B.C. is going to be a lot tougher on motorists who drink and drive, and that includes commercial vehicles.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The B.C. Trucking Association would like to see the provincial government to ease a financial burden on the trucking industry and put the carbon tax in limbo.
VICTORIA – After having to work through a summer that saw anti-trucking billboards, truckers in BC get some nice words from the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure.
VICTORIA — As the B.C. government makes plans for next year’s budget the B.C. Trucking Association made sure the trucking industry’s concerns will be considered.
VICTORIA — Adament that his equipment is always in top working order, John Beeler has racked up more than 3.75 million kilometres without a preventable accident or injury.
LANGLEY, B.C. — After much planning B.C.’s trucking industry will finally be able to participate in the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The B.C. Trucking Association has revealed the provincial government has provisionally approved pro-rated licence fees for commercial trucks and buses.
LANGLEY, B.C. — This weekend more than 50 of B.C.’s top professional drivers will compete for bragging rights.
VANCOUVER — In a recent blog posted on the Vancouver Sun website, Paul Landry urges the B.C. government to consider speed limiter legislation in the province.
OTTAWA — When it was presented to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance, the Canadian Trucking Alliance’s enviroTruck initiative received a welcome boost from the David Suzuki Foundation.
SURREY, B.C. — Changes that WorkSafeBC has made to the definitions and policies for “workers, employers and independent operators,”
VICTORIA — A four-point plan to improve the safety of commercial vehicles has been tabled in the B.C. government.
VANCOUVER — TransLink is proposing to increase local taxes and fees by $450 million a year, and it’s not sitting well with the province’s trucking association.
VANCOUVER — The owner of multiple B.C. trucking operations has come under scrutiny after three of his five operations were suspended for safety violations.