PEI Trucking Sector Council
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
The PEI Trucking Sector Council is an Industry driven, not-for-profit organization committed to addressing human resources issues and opportunities in the Trucking Industry on Prince Edward Island. The Council provides a vehicle for effective industry participation in identifying and addressing issues related to workforce attraction and retention, career awareness, skills upgrading and training.
420 University Avenue, Suite 211
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7Z5
Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association
Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association (NSTSA) is the health and safety resource centre for the Trucking Industry in Nova Scotia. We coordinate and deliver quality health and safety programs for our community through education, training, certification and partnerships. We are ISO9001-2008 certified and one of the approved service providers of the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia’s Safety Certified program.
Our Association’s Vision:
A community demonstrating safety excellence.
380 Bedford Highway, Suite 205
Halifax, NS, B3M 2L4
APTA - Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association
Dieppe, New Brunswick
The Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association (APTA) is the trusted and effective voice of the road transport industry in Atlantic Canada. With more than 320 members (commercial carriers, brokers, owner-operators and associated trades), we are an effective lobby and advocacy not-for-profit organization dedicated to the continued growth and strength of our industry. We offer literature, educational seminars and online webinars to help our members stay informed and up-to-date on the ever-changing industry.
105 Englehart Street, Suite 800
Dieppe, NB E1A 8K2
PMTC - Private Motor Truck Council of Canada
Established in 1977, the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) is the only Canadian association dedicated to the interests of private fleet operators. The PMTC provides forums for fleet operators and industry stakeholders to exchange views and resolve issues together, and is at the forefront in representing your views to government, protecting your rights, and promoting your interests.
The PMTC is recognized as the voice of private trucking in Canada. We regularly field calls from trade press seeking PMTC opinions on subjects of interest to the trucking industry. PMTC President Mike Millian also has a monthly column in a leading industry magazine to promote the views of private carriers.
The PMTC provides tangible value in return for our modest membership fees. Members include fleet operators, equipment lessors, driver lessors and all types of suppliers to the private fleet community.
Many describe the PMTC as the best membership value in the Canadian transportation community.
225 Main Street E, Suite 5
Milton, ON L9T 1N9
Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC)
OBAC, the national voice of small business trucking, is dedicated to the safety and prosperity of all commercial drivers working in Canada. We’re a member-driven, not-for-profit organization that brings the voice of professional drivers to the table with policy makers, regulators, the enforcement community, and carriers.
OBAC provides tools and resources for drivers and owner-operators to enhance safety and professionalism while improving profitability and competitiveness. We conduct research and surveys to develop policies and positions consistent with members’ views on a wide range of issues.
OBAC works to change negative stereotypes of truck drivers and to promote a better understanding of their issues; we’re the premier source of accurate, timely, and practical information for and about Canada’s professional drivers.
275 Slater Street, Suite 900
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H9
Trucking HR Canada
Trucking HR Canada is an industry leader, spearheading collaboration among the stakeholders in the Canadian trucking industry to:
- Identify Human Resource issues, trends, opportunities and challenges
- Support the industry in recruiting and retaining the Human Resources needed to meet industry demand
- Partner on initiatives impacting Human Resources for the industry
- Provide a national forum for gathering and exchanging knowledge on HR issues, and sharing best practices
- Promote the trucking industry’s careers
202-16 Beechwood Ave
Ottawa, ON K1L 8L9
Women's Trucking Federation of Canada
The Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada is about camaraderie, drivers helping drivers, pride and passion in what we do, empowerment and building morale.
We aim to build bridges between drivers and all areas of the trucking industry; carriers, enforcement, training organizations, and safety groups, as well as citizens and the media. An important part of this goal is getting more involved with young people at the high school level, or even elementary school, We aim to help our youth better understand trucking and to promote trucking as a viable career option.
338-425 Hespeler Rd
Cambridge, ON N1R 8J6