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Government, Logistics

This Obscure NAFTA Chapter Could be Canada’s Deal-Breaker Again

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The U.S. confirmed last week that among its top objectives in upcoming negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement — which superseded the FTA in 1994 — is the elimination of the Chapter 19 dispute-resolution mechanism that previous Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney went to such lengths to preserve.

Chris Fournier | Bloomberg News
July 25, 2017
Government

Canadian Carriers Pessimistic About Trucking Market in Early 2017

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Fewer motor carriers in Canada are feeling confident about the trucking market over the next three months, according a survey released by the Ontario Trucking Association on Dec. 16.

December 19, 2016
Government, Business, Logistics

Petro-Canada Offers Online Information Hub for New CK-4 and FA-4 Oils

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Petro-Canada Lubricants has a new API CK-4 and FA-4 information hub that offers a comprehensive online guide to the new heavy duty diesel engine oil categories for their first official license date of December 1, the company said.

December 1, 2016
Government

Stephen Laskowski Will Succeed David Bradley as Canadian Trucking Alliance CEO

The Board of the Canadian Trucking Alliance voted Oct. 6 in Vancouver, British Columbia, to approve Stephen Laskowski as the successor to CEO David Bradley, effective Jan. 1, 2018.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
October 6, 2016
Government

Ontario Enhances Training for New Truckers

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Come next July 1, all residents of Ontario, Canada’s most populated province, who want to take a Class A road test to become commercial truck drivers must successfully complete an entry-level training course through an approved training provider.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
August 15, 2016
Government

Canadian In-Transit Shipment Pilot Program Begins

Canadian in-transit shipments through the United States resumed May 27 after more than 11 years. The resumption of shipments will begin with a six-month pilot program for nine Canadian carriers. If all goes well, such routes then would  be expected to resume on a permanent basis.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
May 31, 2016
Government

Program to Allow In-Transit Canadian Freight by Truck to Resume Through United States

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Shipments that begin and end in Canada, but travel through a portion of the United States, are likely to resume late this year or in early 2017 — a practice that was suspended for more than a decade after the 9/11 attacks.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
May 9, 2016
Government

Canadian Freight Index Rises in January After Four Months of Declines

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TransCore Link Logistics' freight index for Canadian and cross-border loads rose 12% in January from the prior month after declining for four consecutive months, the load board operator said.

February 10, 2016
Government

Canadian Freight Index Falls 36% Year-Over-Year in December

Load board operator TransCore Link Logistics said its freight index for Canadian and cross-border loads declined 36% in December compared with a year earlier. However, a dip in equipment volumes led to tightening of the truck-to-load ratio.

January 26, 2016
Government

Canada Moves Toward Mandatory eManifest for Truckers

The Canada Border Services Agency moved closer last week to implementation of its mandatory eManifest reporting requirements for truckers hauling goods into that country.

Michele Fuetsch | Staff Reporter
February 19, 2014

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