Saskatchewan Trucking Association

Advocacy for the Trucking Industry

Advocacy is all about being a voice. For the STA that means that we speak on behalf of commercial carriers in the province and across Canada. Advocacy means driving change with all levels of government, it means engaging the public in conversation, it means making sure that the business is better for carriers in Saskatchewan.

The advocacy activities the Association partakes in vary greatly from month to month and year to year, but the constant is that every action is taken, every letter was written, every policy debated and agenda pushed, is done for the betterment of the industry.

At its roots the STA is a lobby organization; what exactly does that look like? It means that we use the collective voice of all of our members as a tool with policymakers to ensure that all decisions made that affect the industry will do so in a positive way.  Nearly 80 years ago a small group of individuals came together in a series of meetings with the provincial government to ensure that decisions were not negatively affecting business owners. 80 years later, the principal is the same but it all happens on a much larger scale.

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New West Partnership Initiatives

New West Partnership InitiativesThe New West Partnership Trade Agreement creates a single economic region encompassing British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. The...

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Rest Areas

Rest AreasAs any commuter or carrier knows, rest areas are lacking in our province. This creates major issues for the truck transport community; the STA is actively advocating for the expansion of...

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The Saskatchewan Trucking Association looks forward to working with Premier Elect Scott Moe.

Regina, SK –The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) congratulates Scott Moe on his recent election as the leader of the Saskatchewan Party.

“The STA has always had a productive working relationship with the Saskatchewan Party. The pro-economic approach of the party and its willingness to work with industries to meet economic goals is very important to us as an advocacy organization. The STA looks forward to continuing that relationship with Moe as the party leader,” said STA Executive Director, Susan Ewart.

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CTA & STA Support Amending Livestock Transport Rules

The Canadian Food and Inspection Agency (CFIA) is doing the right thing by modernizing the rules for transporting livestock, says the Canadian Trucking Alliance. However, CTA’s main concern is not the modernization of these rules but rather the exclusion of certain livestock truck transporters from key aspects of the proposed regulations.

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Flexible Work Arrangements

Over the coming months, the Government plans to move forward on its pledge to amend Part III of the Canada Labour Code to give workers in federally regulated sectors the right to request flexible work arrangements and explore other ways to help them better manage their work and personal lives. The STA will keep members updated on all developments.

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SGI Administrative Fee Changes

SGI has made changes to administrative fees for 2017. The fees have been adjusted to reflect the cost of delivering the service; the goal is to have the cost of the service covered by those that are...

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Members of the Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) confirmed at their Annual General Meeting this past week that a carbon pricing system, such as a carbon tax, will be detrimental to the truck...

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The Saskatchewan Trucking Association is the leader and voice for truck transport in the province of Saskatchewan.  As proactive trusted advisors, the STA is a knowledgeable membership association that represents the collective interests of the truck transport industry through authentic advocacy and education.

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