TORONTO – He hasn’t been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, but one writer for Today’s Trucking is up for a pretty sweet honor for his blog.
When Today’s Trucking Reader Dwayne Rae of Owen Sound, ON, saw Today’s Trucking Editor Peter Carter’s list of his 10 favorite Truckin’ Songs, Rae responded with both barrels.
In 1987, five ambitious Ontario men told the Canadian trucking industry that their new magazine called would be fantastic.
(NOTE: We went ahead and put all 50 songs into a YouTube playlist. Press play and relax for the next two hours and 39 minutes. Or click on playlist in the upper-left hand corner of the video and scroll […]
Positive reinforcement can go a long way. Or at least it’s certainly better than getting the strap.
The go-to portapottie supplier for the Manitoulin music festival is our go-to for country music.
You never know when you’re going to learn the really important lessons, do you?
DUNCAN, B.C. – Exactly 660 seconds. That how long it took for a trucking company to make eight-year-old Nathan’s dream a reality.
Pinball machines, trucking, and blonde truck stop waitresses.
TORONTO – Today’s Trucking Editor Peter Carter had the pleasure of presenting 21-year-old journalist Rhiannon Russell the 2012 Rolf Lockwood Award for Business Journalism.
Here are a few important facts that I just learned and will no doubt trot out in conversation in the very near future. The AK-47 assault rifle is named for the Russian poet soldier and inventor Mikhail Kalashnikov and he […]
TORONTO – Excuse us while we honk our own horn, but we’re feeling pretty proud about this award.
The most popular story ever posted on TodaysTrucking.com was the 50 Best Trucking Songs of All Time. Here’s the story behind the playlist.
Joining Trucks for Change costs very little, writes Peter Carter. In fact, you’ll probably make money from it, and be a better employer.
If you heard Jesse Hirsh speak at the BCTA 100th Anniversary conference this past weekend, then you got a leg up on the competition.