Join fellow industry participants in one of the many events hosted by the Saskatchewan Trucking Association.
1700 Elphinstone Street, Regina Saskatchewan
Wednesday, January 11, 2023 - 8:30 am
Plan to join this in-person event with the purpose of showcasing low- and zero-emission commercial equipment, infrastructure and incentives. Ask experts and experience hands on demonstrations. This is a member ONLY event, Please contact us if you are not a member but would like to attend.
Tuesday, November 29, 2022 - 12:00 pm
How to effectively manage paid sick days has become a common topic of conversation amongst industry management as amendments to the Canada Labour Code (Bill C3) will soon make 10 days of paid sick leave mandatory for federally regulated companies. Join us online as we discuss the changes to the Canada Labour Code (Bill C3) and best practices for managing paid sick leave.
TCU Place 35 22 St E, Saskatoon Gallery Suites Room.
Thursday, October 27, 2022 - 5:30 pm
This event brings business professionals in Saskatchewan together to recognize and celebrate important achievements being made by incredible women in our province. While this event focuses on the commercial transportation and logistics sector, people from all industries and business backgrounds are welcome.
Who Attends STA Events?
STA Carrier Members
The owners, executives, managers and decision-makers from trucking companies based in and operating in Saskatchewan.
Carrier companies of all sizes from one-truck to hundreds of trucks are members of the association and attend STA events.
The suppliers to the trucking industry offering a variety of services that keep the trucking industry in motion.
Ranging from professional service firms to oil and gas companies, part suppliers to industry media experts, the affiliate trades not only make trucking possible, but they also make STA events possible.
Policy Makers & Regulators
As an advocacy association, the STA works to continuously connect those who regulate the industry with those who operate in it.
Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure, Commercial Enforcement and many others attend STA events.
Canadian Trucking Alliance
Now is the time to act
Every day the Driver Inc model can flourish, negatively impacts the livelihoods of hardworking drivers, law-abiding transportation companies, and Canada’s economy.