The OPP, working with Québec counterparts, have laid fraud charges against several people after a multi-year police probe.
The American Transportation Research Institute’s board approved its top research priorities for the year, which include topics focused on impacts on the trucking industry’s workforce, operational impacts from predatory towing, and expanding the driver population through international work permits.
It has brought to our attention by some CTA members who are trying to support Ukrainians arriving in Canada and who are seeking for quality employment, that a Facebook group has been created to facilitate such contacts.
Posted Thursday May 05, 2022 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
Trucking HR Canada (THRC) released a special labour market information report highlighting key labour market considerations for the trucking and logistics industry to drive economic recovery. It provides a THRC analysis and perspective on the ongoing challenges and opportunities within the trucking and logistics sector.
Canadian carrier, Challenger Motor Freight, scored highest in mental health support for drivers.
Calling all young professionals in the trucking industry! School is almost back in session. OTA’s hit Next Generation program, and back for 2022, the OTA-SEEC Business Leaders program are open for registration. But hurry! time is limited – the in-person Next Generation program kicks off in June, and OTA-SEEC in early May, register early to reserve your spot!
The Ontario Trucking Association applauds today’s provincial budget plans, which focuses on infrastructure, economic recovery, and supporting Ontario’s workers.
Canada faces record retirements from an aging labour force at a time of record high job vacancies and historically low unemployment, reports Stats Canada.