Trucking HR Canada CEO, Angela Splinter will share both personal and professional insights – from her cancer journey to HR business issues of the day
Canada’s Senate Committee on Transport and Communications delivered 16 recommendations to help prepare Canadians for the autonomous vehicles, adding the country should better plan for the impacts
ELDS have made make recording hours of service (HOS) information simpler and more accurate for both his full-time company drivers and contracted owner-operators.
Back for its fifth year, OTA’s original smash hit, the Next Generation Certificate program, is an intensive leadership development initiative for the industry’s future leaders.
A lack of truck parking in Southern Ontario is affecting driver health according to the preliminary results of a survey by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.
Authors of a new survey suggest efforts to attract more female drivers to trucking are facing headwinds, despite organizations pushing to make the industry more open to women,
CTA told Health Canada the government should not make exceptions for commercial truck drivers using medicinal marijuana and suggested there should be more oversight on the medical community
Carriers who are ELD-ready are becoming less hesitant to drop shippers that slow down freight movement and delay drivers.