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Shovels in hand for start of Gordie Howe Bridge construction

The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) was proud to be part of the ground-breaking ceremony marking the official start to construction of the long-awaited Gordie Howe International Bridge.

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CTA says it’s time for a national oversight policy for non-compliant carriers

The Canadian Trucking Alliance says it’s time for all levels of government across Canada ensure new trucking firms entering the industry are prepared to operate safely while focusing enforcement resources on the small percentage of carriers who appear to have no intention of becoming compliant.

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Ten Point Action Plan to address

The CTA believes the actions of the individual driver charged for the Humboldt tragedy should not be treated in isolation. Instead, when the findings of the carrier audit are released, the trucking industry, governments and safety stakeholders across Canada should use the facts surrounding the events of April 6 as a catalyst to finally deal with a small segment of the trucking industry that

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BCTA announces 2018/19 Board & Executive Committee

On June 9, the British Columbia Trucking Association (BCTA) elected a Board of Directors for 2018 – 2019 at BCTA’s Annual General Meeting and Management Conference in Whistler, BC.
Members of the Board of Directors for this term:

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BC amends wide-base single tire regulations

The Province of BC has amended its regulations affecting weight on Wide Based single tires. Effective immediately, BC will be increasing weight allowances for wide base single tires (WBST), 455 mm or greater to the following weights:

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Welcome new members

The AMTA is pleased to welcome Mykyte Transportation Services (MTS Canada), Elite Crane & Rigging Ltd., Bramall Oilfield Hauling Ltd. and BKE Transportation Services Ltd. as Carrier Members; and Pride Group Enterprises, Western Medical Assessments, BDP Traffic Management Ltd., The Trucking Network Inc. and Spira Data Corp. as Associate Members.

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Q-Line merges with Waylon

Q-Line Trucking Ltd. and partner ATS, Inc. is proud to announce the merger and integration of Waylon Transport, Inc. in Acheson (AB) and Calgary (AB). Operating as a Q-Line company, Waylon’s customers can expect the professional, high-quality transportation solutions currently provided to Q-Line’s existing customers.

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Calgary airport expansion progressing

The governments of Canada, Alberta and Calgary, along with the Calgary Airport Authority, have committed to fund the completion of Calgary’s Airport Trail between 36 Street NE and 60 Street NE. Once complete, Airport Trail will create a second, critically needed east-west transportation corridor in north Calgary, improving passenger and cargo access to the airport, and better routes across

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Continued work on Saskatchewan driver training standard

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association continues to work towards a commercial truck driving training standard in the province of Saskatchewan. A ‘standard’ in the province would mean that all truck driver training schools in the province follow a pre-approved curriculum for a set duration. This would allow the trucking industry to be confident that when new drivers are hired, they were

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Highway Patrol in Saskatchewan

Commercial vehicle enforcement officers in Saskatchewan have a new mandate and a new name. The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol is replacing the former Commercial Vehicle Enforcement group.

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Industrial rail park plan back on track

An agreement has been struck between the province and CentrePort Canada that has cleared the way for the inland port to finally get started on the development of a unique industrial rail park.

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Changes to CentrePort board

CentrePort Canada Inc. has announced the appointment of David Filmon as chair, Mike Pyle as vice-chair, and Kevin Hooke as a director of the corporation’s board of directors.

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Over 200 attend ATD golf tourney

With 216 golfers, the MTA ATD Golf Tournament was a clear success! The Associated Trades Division sponsors this worthwhile and fun event every year as a way to raise funds for the MTA scholarship program. Annually, the MTA provides over $10,000 in scholarships to deserving young Manitobans in both academic and apprenticeship programs. Funds raised through the ATD Golf

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Saluting new MTA members

The MTA welcomes new Carrier members Able Concrete and Building Products & Concrete Supply, along with Associate Trade Division members Baldwin Filters, Dayco Canada Corp., and Wakefield Canada Inc.

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Paul Malley

The industry was saddened to learn of the passing of Paul Maley on May 17 of this year.

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