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Summit for Recruiting Women Truckers Returning to Toronto

April 27, 2015 by sehui

About 135 delegates attended this year’s inaugural event, which shed new light on the steps to recruit, retain and mentor women in Canada’s trucking industry, according to organisers.

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Industry rallies in support of women truckers

February 23, 2015 by TEONA Baetu

OTTAWA, ON- Industry leaders are backing Trucking HR Canada’s inaugural Women with Drive Leadership Summit, which is aimed at trucking professionals involved in recruiting, retaining or mentoring women in trucking.

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Class 8 Truck Orders Hit Fifth Best Month Ever This Nov.

December 3, 2014 by TEONA Baetu

COLUMBUS, IN – North American truckers ordered 583,200 Class 5 -to-8 vehicles over the past 12 months, making the past 12-month period the strongest since December 2006, according to industry data.

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2015 Economic Overview: You’re going to be busy.

December 2, 2014 by TEONA Baetu

TORONTO –  “I predict that between 2030 and 2035, we’ll have roads designated as ‘driverless-only’ roads,” Thomas Frey of the Louisville-Colorado-based DaVinci Institute, a man described as Google’s “Top-Rated Futurist Speaker” told truckers at the Ontario Trucking Association’s (OTA) annual conference in November.  […]

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Mullen’s Second-Biggest Deal: $172M to Buy Gardewine

December 2, 2014 by TEONA Baetu

OKOTOKS, AB- Alberta-based trucking company Mullen Group Ltd. said it’ll pay $172 million cash to buy Winnipeg-based transport company Gardewine Group Limited Partnership.

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Industry expects better border efficiency

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

OTTAWA — Industry Minister Jim Prentice played to the American energy appetite in an effort to reverse the thickening of the Canada/U.S. border.

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Manufacturing numbers continue to slide

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

OTTAWA — Canadian manufacturing sales declined 0.9% in September, continuing a weakening trend observed during the past six months.

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Industry expects better border efficiency

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

OTTAWA — Industry Minister Jim Prentice played to the American energy appetite in an effort to reverse the thickening of the Canada/U.S. border.