LANGLEY, BC – The British Columbia Trucking Association is celebrating its 100th anniversary in Kelowna at its annual conference in June.
VANCOUVER — B.C.’s transport regulator has acknowledged provincial truckers’ concerns with its much-hyped 2010 10-Year Transportation Plan. It just doesn’t look like it wants to do anything about it.
WHISTLER, B.C. — It took nearly four decades and 3.5 million miles, but Robert Fleming has earned the honor of Driver of the Year.
LANGLEY, B.C. — B.C.’s Utilities Commission has rejected a request by transport authorities to standardize basic insurance premiums for transport trailers.
LANGLEY, B.C. — WorkSafeBC recently released its projected base rates for 2009, which included a two cent increase for general trucking.
SURREY, BC – The British Columbia Trucking Association wants a bridge, not another tunnel, to replace the George Massey Tunnel. The question, however, is whether to toll the new crossing.
VICTORIA — Canada’s westernmost province is planning to harmonize its provincial sales tax with the federal GST next July and the trucking industry here stands to benefit from the idea.
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Maybe it was the home field advantage, or maybe he’s just the best, but Dean Grant of Abbotsford, B.C. was crowned the province’s Grand Champion at the driving championships held in Abbotsford.
LANGLEY, B.C. — A specialized truck driver training program planned to launch in B.C. back in April was put on hold, but the province’s trucking association says the pilot program is still forthcoming.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The B.C. Trucking Association recently went looking for a little help in coping with the province’s carbon tax system.
VICTORIA – The BC government announced plans to improve key highway lane as well as the George Massey Tunnel. And while it’s welcome news, the BCTA is stressing the importance of getting it done quickly.
VICTORIA — The B.C. government officially approved pro-rated licence fees for commercial vehicles, including both trucks and buses.
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.