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Commercial insurance is a popular topic among those in the trucking industry and other commercial sectors in the economy. In response to the increasing attention pertaining to commercial insurance, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has formed the National...
(Dec. 13, 2019) -- Ontario’s Auditor General has highlighted the lack of drug and alcohol testing for commercial truck drivers. The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) continues to push the federal government for a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program...
DID YOU REALIZE THAT THE TRUCKING BUSINESS ENCOUNTERED ITS FIRST BLAST IN CANADA BY TAKING AN INTEREST IN THE WAR EXERTION? THIS PART, WHICH CURRENTLY SHIP 70% OF THE MERCHANDISE IN NORTH AMERICA, WAS TO BE SURE LIABLE FOR...
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) today announced details at its annual general meeting on 2020 premium rates and confirmed they will be implemented through their new ‘Rate Framework’ system. As carriers will recall, as the WSIB eliminated their...
The Canadian Trucking Alliance is calling on the supply chain to join the trucking industry in pressing for exemptions to three new Labour Code provisions set to take effect September 1, 2019. The provisions, as they currently stand, would disrupt...
Group of industry stakeholders is urging the Trump administration to take action to ensure adequate supplies of fuel for freight and air travel and home heating in advance of a change in the type of fuel the maritime industry will...
Trucking rates are relied upon to diminish about 7% this year, principally determined by the spot showcase, with contract rates level to down 1%. That is the projection from industry forecaster FTR, which held a State of Freight online course...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is in the last phases of executing their Commercial Driver's License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse. This new database is proposed to contain data relating to infringement of the U.S. Division of Transportation...
Trucks without mirrors could soon become a reality, trucking industry manufacturers predict. So-called “mirrorless trucks” are already out on the highways being tested, and the camera technology being used could replace mirrors in the very near future, leaving drivers turning...
Development has since a long time ago upset the transportation business, from the coming of the mechanized vehicle to a possible eventual fate of mechanization. Opening the Canadian Transportation Research Forum's (CTRF) yearly meeting in Vancouver, B.C., today, a board...

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