Blog Category: Regulations

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

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Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

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Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

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MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

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Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

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Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

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Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

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Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

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Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

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Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

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Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

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Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

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Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

Read More

Categories:

Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

Read More

Categories:

MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

madd-canada-2.jpg

Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

Drink Driving

Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

Read More

Categories:

Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

John-Tory-Wiki-Commons

Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

Read More

Categories:

Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

uber-48.jpg

This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

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British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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RCMP to debut new powers this New Year’s Eve

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2018|2:28 pm

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Holiday season is in full swing and New Year’s Eve is the cherry on the festive cake. As Canadians usher in 2019, RCMP are reminding drivers to be careful on…

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Uber is seeking drivers in Saskatoon following new bylaw

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2018|6:26 pm

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Earlier this month, Saskatchewan enacted its Vehicle for Hire Act, allowing ride-sharing companies to operate in the province legally. However, the provincial regulations can only come into effect once individual…

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MADD says Canada’s new impaired driving laws can save lives

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|5:00 pm

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Canada’s tough new impaired driving laws are less than two weeks old, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada (MADD Canada) believes the changes are positive. The awareness group says the…

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Saskatchewan to focus on drink drivers in January

By: Luke Jones|December 29, 2018|2:37 pm

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Each month, Saskatchewan employs a spotlight for road safety where police pay extra attention to one aspect of driver behaviour, such as distracted driving, or driving without a license. This…

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Tory admits Toronto’s road safety Vision Zero initiative is “not working”

By: Luke Jones|December 23, 2018|4:43 pm

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Toronto Mayor John Tory has admitted the city’s strategy to reduce road-related fatalities has been a failure. In an interview this week, Tory says the Vision Zero strategy is “not…

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Manitoba to consult industry on mandatory truck driver training

By: Luke Jones|December 21, 2018|3:52 pm

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Manitoba will take its proposed tough truck driving rules to a series of meetings to discuss the merits of the mandatory entry-level training required by the proposal. The province has…

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Uber opens door to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

By: Luke Jones|December 13, 2018|5:53 pm

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This week, Saskatchewan debuted its Vehicles for Hire Act, while allows ride-sharing companies to operate legally in the province. Uber, the biggest ride-sharing provider of them all, says it is…

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Saskatchewan debuts ride-sharing regulations

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2018|6:43 am

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Saskatchewan has become the latest province to approve regulations for ride-sharing company, opening a door for Uber and Lyft to operate legally. However, the government says companies are unlikely to…

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Saskatchewan’s new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

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British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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