OTTAWA, Ont. — With the cabinet members of the new minority government announced, the Canadian Trucking Alliance looks forward to working with the government and its ministers in the upcoming Parliament and the CTA stands ready to assist the new government, said David Bradley, CEO of the CTA.
“It seems like a good idea that Infrastructure was brought in under Transport,” said CTA CEO David Bradley. “And we are encouraged by the government’s election platform which promises a national highway and border infrastructure plan. We are eager to learn more and to work with the new government and ministers.”
In the past, CTA has also worked closely with Finance, Environment, Natural Resources, Human Resources and Social Development, Labour, Citizenship and Immigration, Industry, Public Safety and International Trade, and hopes to meet soon with ministers of these departments.
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