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Women Driving Change magazine was created in response to a growing demand for gender diversity in Canada’s professional truck driving sector. The publication’s goal is to be the voice of women behind the wheel, beneath the hood, running dispatch, organizing the office, selling the supplies, and all points in between. There are endless opportunities for women to build a long-lasting and rewarding career in this area and Women Driving Change intends to showcase these opportunities along with the people who have already done so.
Women make up 47% of Canada’s workforce, yet they only account for 3% of drivers. With support and guidance from the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada (WTFC) and the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC), Women Driving Change intends to discuss the reasons why women have not traditionally chosen professional truck driving as a career and what is and should be done to address these roadblocks.IHSA.ca Magazine is produced regularly throughout the year. In each issue, you will find valuable information such as injury prevention tips, enforcement blitz announcements, regulatory updates and more. Miller Thomson LLP - Avocats | Lawyers
Canadian M&A accelerated through the first quarter of 2021, supported by growth in cross-border and domestic dealmaking. In this issue, in addition to our quarterly M&A review, we launch our Sector Spotlight with a focus on trends, challenges and deal dynamics in the Transportation & Logistics space.
Experts in the Canadian manufacturing industry examine trends and stay current on industry topics.
Private Motor Carrier
This is the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada's official quarterly magazine.
The Rear View Mirror
The latest trucking news and stories with a focus on advocacy, education, and recruitment.
Provides our readers with a new look at the industry, and allows business people to discover new products and processes, as well as providing connection to the many professionals making it up.
In-depth articles and coverage of issues affecting the industry not only in Quebec, but also on the continent.
Delivering daily news to Canada's trucking industry.
Western Canada Highway News
This quarterly publication is the official voice of the Alberta Motor Transport Association, Saskatchewan Trucking Association, and Manitoba Trucking Association.