Fuel price blockade: APTA makes no apologies for position
MONCTON, N.B. -- The president of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association is defending the group's decision to distance itself from a ad-hoc coalition of independent truckers that blocked sections of the Trans Canada to protest surging fuel prices.
Armour boss says carriers have to boost pay to keep drivers
TRURO, N.S. -- The owner of one Atlantic Canada's largest for-hire carriers says the trucking industry has to start paying drivers up to $70,000 a year and be able to grant better schedule flexibility in order to keep drivers in their seats.