Trucking companies are continuing to increase wages for truck drivers as labour capacity remains in the trucking industry continues to tighten.
As life for Americans returns to normal, carriers attending one of the first in-person industry events to be held in U.S. since COVID-19 emerged, expressed optimism about opportunities that await motor carriers.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance is welcoming a policy change to the Temporary Foreign Workers Program by the Government of Canada which will assist fleets that are currently using the program.
This upcoming Monday, March 8 is International Women’s Day and to celebrate how the women in Canadian trucking keep our industry rolling, the Canadian Trucking Alliance and its Blue Ribbon Task Force (BRTF) on the Driver Shortage are sharing several tribute images for businesses and individuals to post on their social media on March 8.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance reiterated five important industry positions that would improve the safety, diversify and expand labour opportunities in trucking, cut down on the trucking industry’s environmental footprint and boost competitiveness by cracking down on non-compliant carriers, among other policies.