Yako stepping down as BCTA chief

LANGLEY, BC - Louise Yako has announced that by the end of this year she will step down as president and Chief Executive Officer of the British Columbia Trucking Association (BCTA) - a role she has held for six years. She has been a staff member of the province's largest trucking association for two decades. "I am so fortunate to have been able to work at this great organization that represents such a necessary industry. Over the years, I've had the privilege to work with and for knowledgeable, dedicated and supportive members," she said in a written announcement. "BCTA has survived and thrived for more than 100 years. I know that its future will be at least as successful as its past."