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The Canadian Trucking Alliance is a federation of provincial trucking associations. We represent a broad cross-section of the trucking industry—some 4,500 carriers, owner-operators and industry suppliers.
With our head office in Toronto, an operating office in Ottawa and provincial association offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg, Montreal and Moncton, CTA represents the industry’s viewpoint on national and international policy, regulatory and legislative issues that affect trucking.
CTA is a federation of the country’s provincial trucking associations:

  • The Alberta Motor Transport Association is a province-wide, not-for-profit Association formed to provide a voice for the highway transportation industry in Alberta.
    Visit http://www.amta.ca

  • We network, advocate and lobby to address economic, health and safety, security and environmental issues. We promote professionalism, continuous education, innovation and high ethical standards.
    Visit http://www.apta.ca

  • BCTA is a province-wide, non-partisan, non-profit motor carrier association formed solely to advance the interests of British Columbia motor carriers.
    Visit http://www.bctrucking.com/

  • The Manitoba Trucking Association exists to develop and maintain a safe and healthy business environment for its industry members and has been doing so since 1932. We are, first and foremost, an advocacy group working on behalf of the trucking industry.
    Visit http://www.trucking.mb.ca/

  • OTA was founded in 1926. Since 1926, OTA has been the voice of responsible trucking in Ontario. OTA is the only trucking association on Ontario that represents all segments of the industry – For Hire Carriers, Private Carriers, Intermodal, Suppliers, Etc.
    Visit http://www.ontruck.org

  • Créée en 1951, l’Association du camionnage du Québec a pour mandat d’étudier, de défendre et de développer les intérêts économiques, sociaux et moraux des membres transporteurs qui lui sont affiliés.
    Visit http://www.carrefour-acq.org/

  • The year was 1937, and although the province of Saskatchewan had only 132 miles of paved road to accompany 2,402 miles of gravel, it was blessed with an energetic group of truckers who felt there was a need to present a united voice when dealing with the provincial government. Thus was born the Saskatchewan Motor Transport Association (SMTA).
    Visit http://www.sasktrucking.com/

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