Sunday, May 31, 2020
CTA has been informed that Environment Climate Change Canada (ECCC) has further extended the consultation phase of their Heavy-duty Vehicle and Engine Greenhouse Gas Emission Regulations (Trailer Standards)  until at least May 18, 2021. The second Interim Order was made by the Minister...
There are several considerations for drivers, as well as ways to help keep them safe during the current coronavirus outbreak and containment efforts. There are many issues regarding the health and wellbeing of drivers, such as where and how...
With heavy hearts, staff and members of the Ontario Trucking Association are mourning the passing of Vernon Erb, who passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 84. OTA sent its heartfelt condolences to OTA Vice-Chair, Wendell Erb and the...
The transport of food and health/sanitary items such as cleaning supplies and paper towels have placed significant strains on the supply chain. Food distributors have to scrutinize significant preventative measures needed to ensure the health and safety of customers,...
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has changed the day-to-day lives of truck drivers while choking off the types of affordable and healthy meal options available to them on the road, according to a coalition of trucking groups. Prior to COVID-19, truck...
Why should trucking companies have mandatory Safety meeting regarding the COVID-19 pandemic? As a company it is your responsibility to make sure your employees are SAFE and have a safe working environment. This is for not only COVID-19 pandemic but...
Walmart Canada is hiring 10,000 employees to meet the nationwide exploding demand for household staples. Amazon is hiring 1,000 workers at its fulfillment centers and delivery networks across Canada. Dialogue is hiring over 600 healthcare professionals in Canada. Alberta Health Services is hiring over 550 positions. ...
While public support and appreciation for truck drivers during the COVID-19 crisis remains unprecedently high, a recent survey by the Canadian Trucking Alliance shows that federal aid is now required to provide much needed relief to trucking companies whose...
The Canadian Trucking Alliance was informed today by the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) that the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is directing the agency, effective immediately, to implement a policy requiring all essential workers crossing the border...
The Province of British Columbia is introducing new measures for those entering British Columbia from international destinations. This requirement is in place, REGARDLESS OF THE POINT OF ENTRY INTO CANADA. All drivers who have been outside Canada in the 14 days prior to...



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