All Ontario Transport’s Stuart Sinclair dies

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TORONTO, Ont. — All Ontario Transport’s Stuart Sinclair has died, according to an announcement from the Toronto Trucking Association (TTA). Sinclair, aged 60, passed away peacefully at Mackenzie Health Aug. 1, according to the TTA.

Sinclair worked at All Ontario Transport with his brother Scott for his whole working life. All Ontario Transport was a longtime TTA member, joining in November 1979.

Sinclair is survived his wife of 30 years, Marion, and his children Jeff, Peter and Kelly.

Visitation will take place Aug. 7 from 5-9 p.m. at Ward Funeral Home (4671 Highway 7 in Woodbridge, Ont.). A celebration of Sinclair’s life will be held at Ward Funeral Home on Aug. 8 at 1 p.m.

To make donations to the Mackenzie Health Palliative Care department, visit the Book of Memories at

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