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Relief Coming for BC as Trucks Allowed to Transit US to Resupply Province

Relief Coming for BC as Trucks Allowed to Transit US to Resupply Province

Nov 19, 2021 | Business Operations, Cross Border, Highways, Supply Chain

The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is thanking Canadian and US government customs officials for swiftly implementing a proposal brought forth...

BC Highway/Traffic Conditions Update

BC Highway/Traffic Conditions Update

| Business Operations, Cross Border, Supply Chain

We are heartened to see Highway 7 reopened from the lower mainland to Hope for essential travel and movement of...

Saskatchewan Truck Drivers Expeting Delays

B.C. floods leave Saskatchewan truck drivers expecting delays

| Cross Border, Drivers, Supply Chain

In conversations with a Saskatchewan trucking company, Ewart said he was told the current situation is unprecedented and “one of...

2021-11-05-ATA OSHA Vaccination Mandate for US Drivers

ATA Conducting Due Diligence, Confirming Exemption from OSHA Vaccination Mandate for US Truck Drivers

Nov 05, 2021 | Business Operations, Cross Border, Supply Chain

STA continues to follow developments being reported by the American Trucking Associations (ATA) with respect to the Occupational Safety and...

2021-10-21-Transportation issues could impact supply chain

Transportation issues could have impact on holiday shopping in Sask.

Oct 21, 2021 | Advocacy, Business Operations, Cross Border, Supply Chain

“The labour shortages across the country are definitely causing supply chain challenges,” Ewart said. “We’re hearing from members that they...

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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