Northern Ontario Business magazine recently cited the Canadian Trucking Alliance’s updated study on the truck driver shortage in Canada, saying the labour gap will be felt most acutely in Northern Ontario:Read More...
A new survey finds that nearly 63% of commercial truck drivers spend more than three hours waiting for their vehicle to be loaded and unloaded.Read More...
A recent survey by U.S. trucking satellite firm EpicVue found that driver preferences for “perks” and other intangible benefits vary by age demographics.Read More...
The first jurisdiction to introduce MELT for tractor-trailer drivers, Ontario is leading the way in further improving highway safety and ensure an adequate supply of consistently trained driversRead More...
Economic uncertainty continues to muddle freight market prospects for Ontario carriers, who, despite stagnant volumes in most lanes, seem to be reasonably optimistic going forward.Read More...
As Canada moves toward marijuana legalization, carriers might want to look at how similar policies in legalized states impact rucking and its legal responsibilities.Read More...
A recent survey of 3,500 human resources, recruiting, security, and management professionals found that “health issues” is a major reason truck drivers leave the industryRead More...