Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Author: RWN Staff

Instructors and trainees at a training session. This crash-response vehicle could theoretically be driven by a brand-new "G" license driver. Photo: DriverVerified
Feature/ProfileNewsTrucking

Heavy G training “a quantum leap forward” – Fletcher

Caleb Krahn to provide update at TTSAO conference today The “Heavy G” training presentation on February 29th serves as possibly the best example of “taking a quantum leap into the future,” says Philip Fletcher of TTSAO. “We want to encourage

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"This is sure to be the #1 item at the auction, and the proceeds will be used to pay for the video on 'Proactive Approach to Driver Safety,'" says TTSAO president Philip Fletcher. Image: TTSAO
NewsTrucking

Autographed print surprise donation to TTSAO auction

16 authenticated autographs signed, PSA authenticated In a surprise donation, the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario has received a numbered print (395 of 1,000) of an original painting of the National Hockey League’s “500 Goal Scorers” as an auction

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Truckers for Safer Highways has complained on numerous occasions about the number of weigh scales which remain closed across the Trans-Canada highway. Image: TFSH
NewsRoad Safety DiscussionTrucking

“Maybe they could just answer their emails”

“Government does not have to spend money to find out what we think“ Truckers for Safer Highways co-founder Travis McDougall was bemused to learn that Canada’s federal government is paying a consulting firm to conduct discussion groups on barriers in

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Freedom Convoy participants spoke at a press conference in Ottawa on February 16th to observe the second anniversary of the Convoy. Image: CPAC
Democracy & GovernmentNewsTrucking

Freedom Convoy supporters’ press conference in Ottawa

“Secrets in a government are repugnant” Freedom Convoy representatives Derek Noonan and Chris Dacey held a news conference on Parliament Hill to comment on the recent Federal Court ruling on the government’s invocation of the Emergencies Act, and to discuss

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