Two Canadians on the shortlists for a huge American competition called Driver of the Year, Owner-Operator Division, in which the first prize is a brand new truck.
ST. STEPHEN, N.B. — Federal and provincial funds are being used to help develop a new land border crossing in Atlantic Canada, something not seen for 30 years.
Finishing up the One Mile House Interchange has been slow going and full of setback such as unexpected extra costs and bankruptcy, but on Dec. 13, the interchange officially opened.
FREDERICTON — New Brunswick has implemented a handful of measures to increase safety in construction zones, including increasing speed limits.
DIEPPE, NB – There’s a new rule in New Brunswick that owners of all imported vehicles must pay an additional fee per each tire on their vehicle.
EDMUNSTON, N.B. — Concerns over whether or not a border bridge in New Brunswick can handle its daily flow of commercial traffic has prompted a neighboring U.S. state to take action.
GW Driver Training is planning on upgrading its services and facilities in order to address the truck driver shortage crisis in New Brunswick, and the first step to the initiative is a change of name, to CollègeTrans-Canada College.
FREDERICTON, NB – It looks like the Trans-Canada Highway will be completely twinned from the Quebec border to the Nova Scotia border in 2014.
SALISBURY, N.B. – The government of Canada and the province of New Brunswick are each kicking in over $200,000 to support new projects.
GRAND FALLS, NB- New Brunswick’s provincial government is giving $425,000 to create a province-wide truck driving program and ease the driver shortage in Atlantic Canada.
MIRAMICHI, NB. – On Saturday, May 25, Miramichi will be the scene of what might be one of the largest convoys to ever hit New Brunswick.
MONCTON, N.B. — PACCAR Leasing Company continues its Canadian franchise network expansion with the addition of a new full-service lease location in Moncton, N.B.