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SFC Renewal Process Change Fall 2022

Dear Manitoba Motor Carrier,

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) regulates the operation of heavy commercial vehicles registered in the Province of Manitoba. The Manitoba Highway Traffic Act (HTA) defines a regulated vehicle as a motor vehicle or trailer that has a registered gross weight of 4,500 kg or more.
Section 312.2 of the HTA states that carriers must have a valid safety fitness certificate (SFC) to operate a regulated vehicle in Manitoba. SFCs are renewed annually and a valid SFC is required to register a regulated vehicle in Manitoba. The purpose of this letter is to provide notification of changes to the SFC annual renewal process starting in the fall of 2022.

 

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PMTC Comments on the Final Report from the National Supply Chain Task Force

For Immediate Release
 
The PMTC was invited to speak to the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure & Communities on the afternoon of October 17th. The committee was put together to explore labour shortage issues in the supply chain and work on solutions to address the issue. The PMTC was one of many stakeholders who were invited to testify in front of the committee. The PMTC raised several key points, as highlighted below, and thanked the committee for the opportunity.

 

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PMTC Comments on the Final Report from the National Supply Chain Task Force

For Immediate Release
October 7, 2022
 

Milton, ON: The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) was happy to be involved and included in this task force. The final report  https://tc.canada.ca/en/supply-chain-canada  includes many of PMTC's recommendations for the road transportation network. We thank the Supply Chain chairs and committee for engaging with our membership and the industry, and we thank the government of Canada for putting the Task Force together. The key now is that the key recommendations are acted upon and the necessary work to get the projects in place and started occurs in a timely manner.

 

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