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Saskatchewan's Highway Hotline: There's an App for That

Saskatchewan's Highway Hotline: There's an App for That

Nov 10, 2022 | Highways, Safety, Saskatchewan, Technology

Saskatchewan travelers will now be able to check the Highway Hotline through an app on their smartphones.

How to Prepare your Diesel Engine for Winter

How to Prepare your Diesel Engine for Winter

Sep 15, 2022 | Drivers, Fuel, Safety, Saskatchewan

The first official day of winter might be a few weeks away but if you own or operate a truck...

Paving the Way for Women in Trucking

Paving the Way for Women in Trucking

Jun 28, 2022 | Careers, Driver Shortage, MELT, Safety, Saskatchewan, Supply Chain

The STA’s Women Shifting Gears (WSG) program in partnership with the YWCA of Saskatoon just completed its second cohort of...

Carrier & Vehicle Safety Services Update

Carrier & Vehicle Safety Services Update

Jun 07, 2022 | Safety, Saskatchewan, SGI

Saskatchewan’s process for entering vehicle inspection certificates is going digital.

Advocacy-Safety-Economy

Advocacy. Safety. Economy: Susan Ewart

May 06, 2022 | Business Operations, Driver Shortage, Driving the Economy, Government, Safety

As our provinces come out from under the veil of COVID, things have picked up in Saskatchewan and we are...

Kicking Horse Canyon stretch of Hwy 1 closing for a month for construction

Kicking Horse Canyon stretch of Hwy 1 closing for a month for construction Social Sharing

Apr 19, 2022 | Business Operations, Driver Shortage, Highways, Safety

The Kicking Horse Canyon stretch of Highway 1 east of Golden, B.C., will be closed for a month after Easter...

The Merits of MELT: Truck Driver Safety In Canada

The Merits of MELT: Truck Driver Safety In Canada

Apr 19, 2022 | Advocacy, Drivers, Safety

In 2019 Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced that Canada was introducing minimum standards for new truck drivers. MELT or...

Highways Stays on Track to Improve Saskatchewan Roads With $846 Million Budget

Highways Stays on Track to Improve Saskatchewan Roads With $846 Million Budget

Mar 29, 2022 | Construction, Driving the Economy, Government, Highways, Safety

The Ministry of Highways is investing $846 million to make our roads safer while continuing to stimulate economic growth.

Intersection of Highway 6 and 39 in Weyburn

Intersection of Highway 6 and 39 in Weyburn

Nov 10, 2021 | Business Operations, Construction, Safety

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association has been asked to provide important feedback on potential improvements to the Intersection of Highway 6...

2021-05-03 STA Recognizes Cara Dawn Transport

STA Recognizes Cara Dawn Transport as First Holder of Trucking Industry Certificate of Recognition in Saskatchewan

May 04, 2021 | Safety

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) is pleased to announce Cara Dawn Transport of Regina, SK as Saskatchewan’s first full holders...

Every day the Driver Inc model can flourish, negatively impacts the livelihoods of hardworking drivers, law-abiding transportation companies, and Canada’s economy.

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