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.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on April 27 issued a notice of intent to move forward with a rulemaking to require the use of speed limiters for commercial motor vehicles.
The Ontario Trucking Association applauds today’s provincial budget plans, which focuses on infrastructure, economic recovery, and supporting Ontario’s workers.
This publication serves for awareness of restrictions to the Eastbound oversized load lane at the Blue Water Bridge from April 25th at 7AM to April 27th at 7PM
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s Operation Safe Driver Program, scheduled for July 10-16, will have law enforcement personnel in the U.S., Canada and Mexico issuing warnings and citations to commercial motor vehicle and passenger vehicle drivers engaging in unsafe driving behaviors, such as speeding, distracted driving, following too closely, improper lane change, drunk or drugged driving, etc.
Due to the recent outbreak of the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), identified in Alberta and Ontario, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has established Primary Control Zones (PCZ) to prevent the spread of HPAI. Additional zones will be created in these provinces as required.
The Canadian economy moves by truck, or, more accurately – by the women and men who are Canada’s dedicated truck drivers. There’s one problem, though. There are many fewer truck drivers than there used to be – at a time when our economy needs them most.