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First road to Canada\'s Arctic coast breaks ground

Prime Minister Stephen Harper officially broke ground Wednesday on the US$185 million first all-season highway to Canada\'s Arctic coast, which it is... Read More

Cold Star Freight first to bring natural gas trucking to Vancouver Island

 Cold Star Freight is breaking new ground with its purchase of ten natural gas Mack tractors. The company is the first to bring natural gas fueli... Read More

Several States Waiving Trucking Rules for Fuel Shipments

Extraordinarily cold weather in parts of the U.S. has resulted in more states issuing emergency declarations, waiving mainly hours of service rules, w... Read More

Canadian Industrial Transportation Association announces rebrand

OTTAWA, Ont,-- The Canadian Industrial Transportation Association announced that it has rebranded the organization’s name and logo and has also... Read More

Spot Market Rates Jumped As 2013 Drew to a Close

From Dec. 22 through the 28, rates for vans picked up 0.5% from the previous seven days, for an average of $1.95 per mile, reports DAT. During the sam... Read More

Trucking Stories of 2013

  FMCSA Plans to Drop Driver Inspection Reports if no Defectsoval. Legislation Would Up Minimum Truck Insurance Alm. Sleep Apnea... Read More

Government of Canada launches Canada.ca

The Government of Canada is making it easier for Canadians to find and access government information online through its new website, Canada.ca. The l... Read More

Ontario’s Rob Marshall Takes Home Grand Champion and Rookie of the Year Trophies at the 2013 National Professional Truck Driving Championships

Home Hardware driver Rob Marshall from Waterloo, Ontario, beat all competitors at this year’s National Professional Truck Driving Championships... Read More

Truck Trainers, Insurers Join OTA Call for Mandatory Entry Level Training

An assembly of leading Canadian trucking insurers and the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario have banded with the Ontario Trucking Asso... Read More

New Canadian survey on sustainability and transportation decisions

TORONTO, Ont. --  The Sauder School of Business is researching how Canadian firms view sustainability and manage transportation decisions that af... Read More