DON MILLS, Ont. — As of this afternoon, the editorial department at Truck News will be closed for the holidays and we hope you are able to get some extended home-time, too.
“This time of year is about family and friends,” says John Curran, editor of Truck News. “I know I speak for everyone here when I say, ‘Here’s to you — the professional drivers of Canada — for all you’ve accomplished over the past 12 months and here’s to hoping for a break long enough to enjoy some quality time at home with your loved ones.'”
After today, both the magazine’s editorial department at head office in Don Mills, Ont. and its western news bureau in Calgary, Alta. will be closed until Jan. 3, 2002.
“As our readers well-know, the entire staff here at Truck News works very hard all year to stay abreast of the latest industry news in order to best serve the Canadian trucking industry,” says Rob Wilkins, publisher of Truck News.
“In keeping with a tradition started by executive publisher, Ted Light, we like to lock the door, so to speak, over the holidays to give our team members time off with their families without costing them vacation days. Have a very happy time this festive season, and may all of you enjoy a healthy and profitable 2002.”
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