VANCOUVER, BC – British Columbia’s transportation and construction industries will need to fill 110,000 jobs in the next decade – and truck drivers will be among those most in demand, according to Asia Pacific Gateway Labor Market Outlook 2016-2025.
VANCOUVER — Disgruntled gravel truck owner-operators in B.C.’s Lower Mainland have decided not to play Scrooge during the holiday season and will until the New Year to decide how to deal with declining hauling rates.
LANGLEY, B.C. — The Trucking Safety Council of B.C. launched the first stage of its Certificate of Recognition (COR) program this past week with its pilot aimed at large employers in the B.C. trucking industry.
DELTA, B.C. – The South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR), a major infrastructure project in British Columbia – that will reduce commute times by an hour a day, according to the federal government – is nearly 80 percent completed.
VANCOUVER – Truckers in this province are not happy with a recent roadside billboard and radio campaign implying that B.C.’s heavy-truck inspection force is understaffed and that big trucks are unsafe.