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Rest area searches intensify in days of Covid-19

Rest area searches intensify in days of Covid-19

PICKERING, Ont. – Shandex Truck driver Dave Legge always heads out the door with a five-day supply of food in the sleeper. There are the frozen meals prepared at home. The coffee and tea. The case of Mr. Noodles. “I’m ‘self-isolated’ in the truck. Always have been,”...
Trucking layoffs are already underway

Trucking layoffs are already underway

TORONTO, Ont. — While some trucking segments are enjoying a surge in demand, others are struggling because of Covid-19 closures. Drivers working in dedicated transportation segments such as auto haulers, or those working in the resource sector, are among those...
Breaking: US-Canada trucker border crossings plunge

Breaking: US-Canada trucker border crossings plunge

Almost 24% fewer truck drivers entered Canada from the U.S. last week than a year earlier, a sign that COVID-19 is hurting cross-border freight. Nearly 24% fewer truck drivers entered Canada from the U.S. last week compared to a year earlier, a sign that COVID-19 is...
Saskatchewan employs HoS exemption for Covid-19 relief

Saskatchewan employs HoS exemption for Covid-19 relief

REGINA, Sask. – Saskatchewan is the latest province to implement an hours-of-service (HoS) exemption to truck drivers transporting Covid-19 essential items. Announced today, the provincial government said the modification to its HoS regulations for commercial truck...