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STA's Ewart speaks on Transportation at Canada's Farm Show

STA's Ewart Speaks on Transportation at Canada's Farm Show

Jun 29, 2022 | Business Operations, Careers, Driver Shortage, Driving the Economy, Economy, Supply Chain

Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) Executive Director, Susan Ewart spoke last week at Canada's Farm Show, hosted in Regina Saskatchewan. Ewart,...

Rising Fuel Costs Impacting Saskatchewan's Trucking Industry

Rising Fuel Costs Impacting Saskatchewan's Trucking Industry

Jun 08, 2022 | Advocacy, Business Operations, Carbon Pricing, Carbon Tax, Driving the Economy, News Releases, Supply Chain

Saskatchewan Trucking Association Executive Director, Susan Ewart joined Global Saskatoon this morning to discuss the impact rising fuel costs are...

New ATRI Research Quantifies the Environmental Impacts of Zero-Emission Trucks

New ATRI Research Quantifies the Environmental Impacts of Zero-Emission Trucks

May 24, 2022 | Clean Fuel Standard (CFS), Driving the Economy, Fuel

The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) today released a new report that analyzes the environmental impacts of zero-emission trucks (ZET)....

Potential Hydrogen Hub in Saskatchewan

Potential Hydrogen Hub in Saskatchewan

May 24, 2022 | Business Operations, Driving the Economy, Fuel, Technology

The Government of Saskatchewan is ramping up development work on a potential hydrogen hub in the Regina-Moose Jaw region.

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Advocacy. Safety. Economy: Susan Ewart

May 06, 2022 | Business Operations, Driver Shortage, Driving the Economy, Government, Safety

As our provinces come out from under the veil of COVID, things have picked up in Saskatchewan and we are...

Editorial: Solving the Truck Driver Shortage is an Investment in Canada

Editorial: Solving the Truck Driver Shortage is an Investment in Canada

Apr 13, 2022 | Business Operations, Compliance, COVID-19, Cross Border, Driving the Economy, Training, Vaccine

The Canadian economy moves by truck, or, more accurately – by the women and men who are Canada’s dedicated truck...

Highways Stays on Track to Improve Saskatchewan Roads With $846 Million Budget

Highways Stays on Track to Improve Saskatchewan Roads With $846 Million Budget

Mar 29, 2022 | Construction, Driving the Economy, Government, Highways, Safety

The Ministry of Highways is investing $846 million to make our roads safer while continuing to stimulate economic growth.

‘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...

January 2022: Vacancies in Trucking and Logistics

January 2022: Vacancies in Trucking and Logistics

Jan 12, 2022 | Driver Shortage, Driving the Economy, Labour Market Information, We Are Trucking

The vacancy rate in truck transportation is 8% in the third quarter of 2021, compared to 5.4% across the economy....

Sask. trucking association wants feds to hit the brakes on vaccine mandate

Sask. trucking association wants feds to hit the brakes on vaccine mandate

Dec 15, 2021 | Advocacy, Business Operations, Driver Inc., Driver Shortage, Driving the Economy

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) is voicing concerns over the federal government’s plans to make vaccine mandates a requirement in...

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