The Canadian economy moves by truck, or, more accurately – by the women and men who are Canada’s dedicated truck drivers. There’s one problem, though. There are many fewer truck drivers than there used to be – at a time when our economy needs them most.
CTA Outlines Pathway to Securing Supply Chain in Pre-budget Submission
Tuesday March 22, 2022 | Admin & Tax, Business Conditions, Infrastructure, Labour/HR/Driver Shortage, News Releases
CTA, Industry Stakeholders Seek Labour Shortage Solutions with Ottawa
Monday January 31, 2022 | Business Conditions, COVID-19, Labour/HR/Driver Shortage, News Releases
The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) and other key stakeholders participated today in the National Supply Chain Summit hosted by Transportation Minister Omar Alghabra to deal with the key challenges and opportunities facing Canada’s supply chains and the actions and strategies required to support a robust economic recovery.
Ottawa Warns Against LMIA Abuse
Friday October 16, 2020 | Industry Image & PR, Labour/HR/Driver Shortage, Operations & Safety
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