N.S. Trucking Safety Association holding AGM next week

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KENTVILLE, N.S. — The Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association (NSTSA) will be holding its annual general meeting on Feb. 27 in Halifax. The AGM will feature a luncheon where the association will recognize its occupational health and safety “champions” in the Nova Scotia trucking industry. In attendance will be the provincial ministers, Minister Murray Scott, Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal and Minister Mark Parent, Department of Environment and Labour. For more information visit www.bulldogcomputers.ca/nstsa/index.asp.

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