CALGARY, Alta. — There will be a commercial motor vehicle terrorism seminar in Calgary on June 21, to help educate the trucking industry about the dangers of terrorism.
The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) is hosting the event, and it there will be room for between 100 and 150 participants.
Cpl. Rob Ruiters of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Regina and Bob Thomasson of the U.S. Department of Transportation will be on-hand to share their expertise in this area.
Thomasson has authored a course for U.S. law enforcement and the trucking industry, on the threat of terrorism within the industry.
Registration will run between $30 and $50, enough to cover the cost of hosting the event. For more information, call Mayne Root at 403-243-4161.
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