Thunder Bay City Council postponed a vote set this week on new revisions to the proposed truck route bylaw – a move OTA continues to raise serious questions about.
The actions of a small element of our sector that engage and build a business model around violating and circumventing rules governing our sector cannot continue
The Honourable Caroline Mulroney continues to work with the trucking industry to assist carriers in every part of the province by listening to ideas intended to eliminate red tape as well as promoting the “Open for Business” mandate of the Government of Ontario.
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) today announced details at its annual general meeting on 2020 premium rates and confirmed they will be implemented through their new ‘Rate Framework’ system.
WSIB has shifted from conducting random audits to risk-based audits to make sure that everyone is paying their fair share.
The OTA Pioneers’/Half Century Clubs are inviting members who have been employed continuously for 25 or 50 years in the trucking industry to join the club!
With the writ set to be dropped, the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is making all prospective candidates for Prime Minister aware they should prioritize CRA enforcement resources to combat non-compliance and fraud in the area of corporate tax filings.
To help celebrate National Trucking Week, Ontario’s Transportation Minister Caroline Mulroney today visited the Milton offices of One for Freight – the home of Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) Chairperson David Carruth.