Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Cannabis will formally be lawful in Canada on Oct. 17. PM Trudeau declared the hotly anticipated date this week after the Senate passed the last draft of bills directing use and authorization of the medication. The date for authorization gives a more...
The U.S. is seeking to automate and streamline customs and border agenda among wishlist that it has for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The agreement objectives were released by Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) on...
Demangos was chosen from over 800 nominees by an independent advisory board, comprising more than 20 business leaders from across Canada. Honorees were chosen on four key criteria: vision and innovation; leadership; impact and influence; and, social responsibility. Recipients of...
National Trucking Week marks an opportunity to recognize one of Canada’s largest and most important employment sectors. The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), in conjunction with the provincial trucking associations, are proud to highlight the many contributions made by over 400,000...
The US Dept. of Transportation requested open contribution to decide the setting in the proposed overwhelming obligation truck speed limiter order, with a lion's share of armadas favoring 65 mph, reports Fleet Owner. Numerous bearers additionally encouraged the Federal...
Natural gas truck sales in the U.S. and Canada have declined 28% this year through August, according to a new report from ACT Research. They were up 13% in 2017. “On a nominal basis, natural gas retail sales are down about...
Preliminary trailer orders totaled 21,200 units in May, according to FTR, reflecting a seasonal drop but continuing strong levels. Trailer orders have now totaled 335,000 units in the past 12 months, FTR reports. If OEMs can keep pace with demand,...
There is little uncertainty cannabis is an intriguing issue among Canadian transporters weeks before official sanctioning produces results on Oct. 17. Many transporter HR and activities staff went to an OTA-facilitated course this week intended to help part bearers...
A study from Oregon State University’s College of Engineering says the cost of having too few safe rest areas for truckers resulted in $75 million of “crash harm.” The study was conducted over a seven year period on a 290-mile...
CAMBRIDGE, Ont. – The elected and common governments declared they will support the extending of Hwy. 401 between Hespeler Road and Townline Road. The five kilometer extend will be augmented from six to 10 paths. The national government is contributing...

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