Trucking isn't traditionally thought of as family friendly, yet many drivers get into trucking because they can earn a pretty good living that provides well for their family
We offer a family feel. Life happens. We work with our drivers to get them in when they need to be in for family obligations.
The Manitoba Trucking Association exists to develop and maintain a safe and healthy business environment for its industry members and has been doing so since 1932
Summer is in full swing. There's so much to do with the family it's going to be hard to choose. Make the most of your home time and check out one of these fun events!
Making time for family can be challenging. Make life a little easier by grabbing the entire clan and heading out to one of these great upcoming events. Alive in the Woods Date: March 2 to May 25 Location: FortWhyte Alive Connect, learn, and explore our intrinsic connection with the natural world. Head on our for [...]
Being on the road away from your family is hard and stressful. Relax with your family and have some fun at these family-friendly events! Heritage Day Date: February 2, 2019 Location: St. Norbert Community Centre, Winnipeg Heritage Day will be held at St. Norbert Community Centre, located at 3450 Pembina Hwy. They will start off at [...]
The new year brings plenty of things to do with the family!
Even if you’re not the “make a New Year’s Resolution” type – you have things you want to achieve this year. The first step to reaching your goals is to define them, and then, make a plan.
Getting together with family and friends over the holiday season can certainly feel like a chore to many truck drivers. Shift your Bah Humbug feelings into some Holiday Cheer by getting your family together at one of these great events. You won't have to do any prep work or clean up and these events can [...]
The trucking industry provides a robust and secure career path for just about anyone who can put themselves through the training to obtain a Class 1 license. In the grand scheme of professional careers, the training is relatively short-lived with approximately 244 hours of schooling and an investment of between $9,000 and $12,000. You become a [...]