A US Senate proposal to impose a vehicle-miles-traveled fee exclusively on commercial vehicles drew a strong rebuke from the leaders in the trucking industry.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is reminding the trucking industry that the federal carbon price on diesel is set to increase $0.1073 per litre on April 1, 2021.
As cross-border truck drivers are being told to use the ArriveCAN app to comply with COVID-19 protocol requirements, many in the trucking industry have been asking CTA about also the tax treatment of cell phone and plans for employees, owner-operators and PSBs.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance is restating its position against the introduction of carbon pricing because the policy is limited in leading to any meaningful environmental changes for the trucking industry, among other concerns, like the national push toward biodiesel mandates. CTA wrote to multiple federal Ministers about current and future environmental policies impacting our industry including the […]
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.
As part of the Ministry of Transportation’s efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to help keep people safe, the ministry has extended the validity of the following driver, vehicle and carrier products, that expired on or after March 1, 2020 until June 30, 2021:
Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, announced today the launch of the Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program (HASCAP) to help businesses that have been hardest hit by the pandemic.
OTA received the following note from the Ministry of Transportation this morning. OTA members are encouraged to submit their names to assist with MTO’s latest research.