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Police Ask For Truckers Help Locating Abducted Kids

Manitoba police are reporting that two children have been abducted by their non-custodial mother and are believed to have left the province. The Ca... Read More

Line haul Index falls

The Cass Truckload Linehaul Index fell another 1.2 percent year over year in May after declines of 0.6 percent and 2.3 percent in March and April resp... Read More

Diesel Engines are King, but for how long?

In the report, "N.A. On-highway CV Engine Outlook" forecasts of engine demand in on-highway commercial vehicles by analyzing significant tre... Read More

Trucking HR Canada Top Fleet Employers

Trucking HR Canada announced the best workplaces in Canada’s trucking industry have earned honours through the third annual Top Fleet Employers... Read More

WIT partner with Feeding America

The Women In Trucking Association began a partnership with the nonprofit organization Feeding America to assist their efforts to fight hunger on a nat... Read More

App Helps Fight Trafficking

Truck drivers and other travellers can now help in the fight against sex trafficking by using a new, free mobile app called TraffickCam to anonymously... Read More

Cummins recalling more than 5,000 engines for ECM issues

Cummins is recalling approximately 5,400 ISX12 and ISX15 engines, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration documents. An issue with... Read More

Ontario police release 'Operation Corridor' enforcement blitz results

The Ontario Provincial Police in co-operation with The Ministry of Transportation staged a mass enforcement campaign, “Operation Corridor”... Read More

CSCMP Releases State of Logistics Report

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals released its 27th Annual State of Logistics Report during a press conference this week at the Nat... Read More

Bison Driver, Driver of the Year

The Manitoba Trucking Association and Volvo Trucks Canada are pleased to announce this year's Manitoba Driver of the Year is Roger Maltman of Bison Tr... Read More