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Ontario is the driving force behind the Canadian economy and has the largest concentration of companies in the country. Some of its regions are known for having strong mining and forestry industries.However, these industries must rely on many pieces of equipment and products from outside...

Abitibi is a region with a large number of industries, particularly in the mining sector, due to the richness of its soils in terms of raw materials. However, due to their isolated geographical location, some sites are only accessible by road transport, which makes it...

For almost 10 years, truck transportation company owners have had to comply with provincial regulations to limit the top speed of their heavy vehicles. Using a speed limiter, they must ensure that their drivers cannot travel over 105 km/h.But what are the reasons for limiting...

The transportation of dangerous goods in Quebec, including flammable, corrosive, explosive or toxic products, is a practice governed by legislation designed to protect the public and the environment. On the Quebec road network, roadside inspectors ensure that the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations are followed...

For obvious reasons, handling and transporting explosive materials involves certain risks. Moreover, in recent years, the explosives industry has been shaken by a few incidents that could have had a significant impact on public safety. This type of incident has led the Quebec authorities to...

In Quebec, there are 13 driver's licence classes that each correspond to a specific category of road vehicle. This article focuses on highway transporters that drive heavy vehicles whose job is to deliver shipments of goods. Truck driving, in certain circumstances, requires a specific permit...

A threat hangs over NAFTA, with President Trump saying he wants to withdraw from this more than 25-year-old free trade agreement. Remember that over three quarters of Canadian exports go to the United States. How will the Canadian economy, and more specifically the transport industry,...

In Quebec, the objective is to adopt an energy policy that favours a low-carbon economy.The trucking industry is one of the sectors that emits the most greenhouse gases (GHGs) due to its high fuel consumption. It emits 41% of Quebec GHGs, 82% of which come...

In 2011, the trucking industry already accounted for $3.1 billion in the gross domestic product of the Quebec economy. It is obvious that the more goods there are in circulation, the more work there is for truckers. Today, road transportation contributes positively to the province...