The Government of Canada last fall announced the list of provinces and territories that will be subject to the federal carbon pricing system
The Heavy Truck Weight and Dimension Limits for Interprovincial Operations in Canada were officially amended to allow the use of wide based single tires at the same weight limits are dual tires.
In the wake of the sentencing of the truck driver who was charged in the Humboldt bus crash tragedy, the Canadian Trucking Alliance stands with the families, who in their victim impact statements called for more safety oversight and enforcement of the trucking industry in Canada.
OTA will be hosting training workshops for inter-jurisdictional carriers. One half day workshop will focus on how to file quarterly fuel tax returns under the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). The other half-day workshop will focus on how to renew and register vehicles under the International Registration Plan (IRP). 2019 Session Dates: April 9, 2019 […]
Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, announced the creation of the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, which includes truck drivers
The Ontario Trucking Association sat down this week with Rod Phillips, Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks, to discuss how the trucking industry can support and contribute to cleaner air and a reduction in carbon emissions.
Ontario Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek announced new, pre-clearance technology at Ontario truck inspection stations that will reduce delays, promote on time delivery of goods and improve road safety.
OTA made a presentation to Thunder Bay City Council last night, urging it to consider postponing a ratification vote to create a new truck route until a detailed and comprehensive analysis of safety data and traffic flow impacts can be made.