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Tuesday, July 16, 2024
Highway 1 between Boston Bar and Lytton has reopened for travellers following a closure due to the Kookipi Creek wildfire. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and its contractors have completed the removal of dangerous trees and loose rocks from...
Montreal, May 17, 2022 – DRAKKAR Logistics, along with its affiliate company, Trinet, are  extremely proud to announce the launch of their new service, ONE+. This service combines the  operational and outsourcing offering from 2 best-in-class providers, providing 360...
As of September 1, 2023, the air brake knowledge test will no longer be available for renewal purposes. Drivers who wish to renew their air brake endorsement will instead be required to complete the online learning module prior to renewing their...
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has scheduled this year's Brake Safety Week for Aug. 20-26, with a focus on brake lining/pad violations. During Brake Safety Week, commercial motor vehicle inspectors highlight the importance of brake systems by conducting inspections...
The PMTC was very disturbed with some of the images we saw and reports we heard out of Ottawa this past weekend. The desecration of national monuments of our fallen heroes, such as the tomb of the unknown soldier,...
Eassons Transport Selects ISAAC as New Telematics Partner Data accuracy, ability to tap into third-party integrations drove Eassons’ decision ISAAC Instruments today announced it has partnered with Eassons Transport, a temperature-controlled hauling specialist started nearly 80 years ago, to install ISAAC’s...
Canada Cartage expands service offerings in temperature-sensitive deliveries with the acquisition of Cam-Scott Transport Ltd. Canada Cartage is pleased to announce the acquisition of Cam-Scott Transport Ltd., a leading provider of temperature-sensitive delivery services based in Whitby, Ontario. With over...
TruckingHR Canada Survey for Employers TruckingHR Canada is asking trucking and logistics employers to complete a short 20-minute survey to help them to identify the challenges faced by the industry and work towards solutions.  As a thank you for completing...
E-Bulletin March 28/2024 New learning pathway for Class 1 drivers On March 27, 2024 Transportation and Economic Corridors announced upcoming changes to training requirements for Class 1 drivers in Alberta.  Until these changes are implemented, drivers will still be required to complete existing Class 1...
On May 2, 2022, the Kriska Transportation Group welcomed Richard Haan as our Director of Operations. In this newly created position, Richard will work with the KTG truckload carriers to optimize operations to meet the ever-changing needs of the transportation...