Since 1932, members of Manitoba’s trucking industry have worked together for our industry and province. Our efforts have continued without fail through depression, war, natural disasters, recessions, booms and busts. And our collective efforts continued through this most recent global crisis, a public health pandemic, always in an effort to improve our industry, to do better by and for the people who make our industry and our province great.
In 2001, BJ Zoobkoff started in the transport industry entirely by accident, and she never looked back. “During the Calgary Transport Strike, I started as a temporary worker with the Calgary Catholic School Board, and then I was approached to do a one-year contract at a local warehouse.