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  CTA Calls on Feds to Action Task Force Recommendations and Prioritize Supply Chain Stability

CTA Calls on Feds to Action Task Force Recommendations and Prioritize Supply Chain Stability

Nov 03, 2022 | Government, Supply Chain

(TORONTO, Oct. 27, 2022) – CTA is echoing calls for the Government of Canada to slow the implementation of Bill...

CTA Recommendations on Cross-Border Supply Chain Improvements Highlighted in National Task Force Report

CTA Recommendations on Cross-Border Supply Chain Improvements Highlighted in National Task Force Report

Nov 03, 2022 | Cross Border, Supply Chain

(TORONTO, Oct. 28, 2022) -- The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is lauding the inclusion of multiple recommendations to various federal...

CTA Carrier Hosts Transport Minister Announcement of Supply Chain Task Force Report

CTA Carrier Hosts Transport Minister Announcement of Supply Chain Task Force Report

Oct 06, 2022 | Driver Shortage, Supply Chain

(TORONTO, Oct. 6, 2022) – Transport Minister Omar Alghabra today announced the release of a much-anticipated report outlining recommendations to...

Driver shortage threatening Canada’s economic recovery: CTA

Driver shortage threatening Canada’s economic recovery: CTA

Oct 06, 2022 | Driver Shortage, Supply Chain

The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) has told the feds that the shortage of professional drivers represents one of the biggest...

STA: Saskatchewan is short about 3,000 truck drivers

STA: Saskatchewan is short about 3,000 truck drivers

Sep 08, 2022 | Careers, Driver Shortage, Government, Supply Chain

"Trucking companies are still facing challenges in their ability to attract labour. Driver shortages right across the country continue to...

CTA: Trucking to be Granted Access to Express Entry Programs

CTA: Trucking to be Granted Access to Express Entry Programs

Aug 30, 2022 | Advocacy, Business Operations, Careers, Government, Supply Chain, TFWs

In correspondence to the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Sean Fraser, has confirmed that...

Transport challenges continue to haunt ag sector

Transport challenges continue to haunt ag sector

Jul 28, 2022 | Advocacy, COVID-19, Drivers, Driver Shortage, Government, MELT, Supply Chain

Labour shortages in the rail and trucking industries remain a major hurdle for the successful movement of products.

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,...

Paving the Way for Women in Trucking

Paving the Way for Women in Trucking

Jun 28, 2022 | Careers, Driver Shortage, MELT, Safety, Saskatchewan, Supply Chain

The STA’s Women Shifting Gears (WSG) program in partnership with the YWCA of Saskatoon just completed its second cohort of...

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...

The STA, YWCA Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Ministry of Immigration and Career Training have launched a pilot-program to encourage more woman to participate in the trucking industry.

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