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Call to Action: CTA Survey on Vaccination Booster Rate Among Cross-Border Truck Drivers

Call to Action: CTA Survey on Vaccination Booster Rate Among Cross-Border Truck Drivers

Aug 30, 2022 | Compliance, Cross Border, Government, Vaccine

The percentage of eligible Canadians, 12 or older, who have received their booster dosage is 56 percent.

Canadian Border Restrictions Extended Until at Least Sept 30

Canadian Border Restrictions Extended Until at Least Sept 30

Jul 05, 2022 | ArriveCan, Business Operations, CBSA, Compliance, Cross Border

(TORONTO, June 30, 2022) -- the Government of Canada announced the extension of its border restrictions until at least September...

Sask. Trucking Association wants vaccine mandates lifted at land borders

Sask. Trucking Association wants vaccine mandates lifted at land borders

Jun 17, 2022 | Business Operations, Compliance, Cross Border, Government, News Releases

The vaccination mandate at the Canada-U.S. border came into effect in January, causing a major backlash among trucking groups and...

Sask. Trucking Association hoping for end to vaccine requirements

Sask. Trucking Association hoping for end to vaccine requirements

Jun 16, 2022 | Business Operations, COVID-19, Cross Border, Vaccine

The vaccination mandate at the Canada-U.S. border is set to come to an end for many air travellers Monday, but...

Feds Confirm Border Vaccine Mandate Remains in Place for Truck Drivers; Domestic Mandate for Federally Regulated Sectors Suspended

Feds Confirm Border Vaccine Mandate Remains in Place for Truck Drivers; Domestic Mandate for Federally Regulated Sectors Suspended

Jun 14, 2022 | Business Operations, CBSA, Compliance, Cross Border

(TORONTO, June 14, 2022) -- Government of Canada announced today that the mandatory vaccination mandate at the land border remains...

Saskatchewan Ending Proof of Vaccination

Saskatchewan Ending Proof of Vaccination

Feb 08, 2022 | Business Operations, News Releases, Vaccine

The provincial requirement to provide proof of vaccination or negative tests in Saskatchewan businesses, workplaces and other public venues will...

‘It’s just been a mess’: Sask. Trucking Association on feds’ vaccine mandate for truckers

‘It’s just been a mess’: Sask. Trucking Association on feds’ vaccine mandate for truckers

Jan 14, 2022 | Business Operations, CBSA, Cross Border, Driver Shortage, Driving the Economy

The executive director of the Saskatchewan Trucking Association is calling the recent flip-flopping by the federal government “confusing” after the...

COVID-19: Saskatchewan trucking industry reacts to upcoming border vaccine mandate

COVID-19: Saskatchewan trucking industry reacts to upcoming border vaccine mandate

Jan 13, 2022 | ArriveCan, Business Operations, Cross Border, Driver Shortage

Industry experts say it’s going to push about 16,000 drivers out of a job in an already short-staffed sector since...

Government of Saskatchewan Supports Trucking Industry Position on Covid Vaccine Mandate

Government of Saskatchewan Supports Trucking Industry Position on Covid Vaccine Mandate

Jan 12, 2022 | ArriveCan, Business Operations, Cross Border, Driver Shortage

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association submitted a letter on December 13, 2021 to the Honourable Scott Moe, the Honourable Fred Bradshaw,...

North American Supply Chain Preparing for Border and Domestic Vaccination Mandates: CTA

North American Supply Chain Preparing for Border and Domestic Vaccination Mandates: CTA

Jan 05, 2022 | Business Operations

(TORONTO, Jan. 5, 2022) – By January 15, only fully vaccinated Canadian truck drivers will be permitted to move the...

Every day the Driver Inc model can flourish, negatively impacts the livelihoods of hardworking drivers, law-abiding transportation companies, and Canada’s economy.

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