DIEPPE, N.B. – Loads continue to move between Moncton and Fredericton, even as a section of the Trans-Canada highway is closed because of extensive flooding in New Brunswick.
“It’s about an hour more, so two hours each way,” says Jean-Marc Picard, executive director of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association, referring to the alternate route. “Right now, we’re lucky to have an alternate route.”
Route 2 was closed to all traffic at 7 p.m. on Thursday, while barricades and signs steered vehicles to Route 1 through River Glade and Route 7 at Oromocto. Notices are also being displayed at the borders with Quebec, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Maine.
MONCTON, NB – The Atlantic Truck Show will return to the Moncton Coliseum next spring, running from June 9 to 10, 2017, the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association and Master Promotions have announced. The latest instalment of the show attracted a record 12,660 people.
WASHINGTON, DC — After making some puzzling comments about Canadian cross-border affairs, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has been invited north by Atlantic carriers to get a taste of Canadian trucking culture.