Friday, December 14, 2018
The U.S. Natural Protection Agency on Tuesday evening reported plans to investigate upgrading discharges directions for rock solid trucks and motors, going for more noteworthy effortlessness of emanations controls and national consistency of such regs, said EPA Acting Administrator...
EDMONTON, Alta. – The Alberta government announced that mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) will be mandated in spring 2019 for Class 1 and 2 drivers. The announcement was made at the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) office by Transportation Minister...
With the pending legalization of cannabis just around the corner, CTA has conducted an impact analysis of potential issues Canadian carriers and truck drivers could face when cannabis legalization occurs on October 17. The legal memo, produced in partnership with...
The Manitoba government will push ahead with its Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan, without a carbon assess, Premier Brian Pallister declared today. A year ago, the Manitoba government got lawful counsel that the central government has the sacred capacity to...
TORONTO, Ont. — The due date to finish an overview to help an investigation of truck stopping and rest regions in southern Ontario has been reached out until April 30, as examiners hope to secure more members. SPR Associates is gathering...
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SARNIA, ON- - A trucking organization situated in the close-by town of Arkona alongside a rancher from Wyoming, ON., confessed and were each fined $2,500 for damaging a common law that directs the transfer of deadstock. On June 9,...
Whether you concur with the sanctioning of weed or are against it, most would concur that for those in the transportation business, security supervisors should be on high ready when the substance winds up plainly lawful. Many organisations south...
Washington, D.C.-based transportation law and policy attorney Richard P. Schweitzer, PLLC, recently provided attendees at the National Private Truck Council’s annual conference a rundown of the status of several U.S. trucking regulations: As reported by Fleet Owner, they include: 34-hour Restart Schweitzer...
An Ontario Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court decision which ruled a professional commercial driver is partly liable for a collision caused by an intoxicated driver of another vehicle. The case serves as a warning to commercial operators...

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