Todd Saelhof - Calgary Herald | Regulations are being relaxed for truck drivers and railway operators in Alberta to keep the supply chain up and running during the COVID-19 pandemic. But these temporary modifications being put into play by the province are being challenged by an advocacy group trying to keep our roads as safe as possible.April 12, 2020 | View Article
Apr 2020 - Today's Trucking Magazine. Article by Derek Clouthier.April 2, 2020 | View Article
The Saskatchewan government is relaxing rules for truckers. Drivers will be allowed to exceed the maximum of 13 hours driving per shift if they are carrying essential goods during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Jacques Boissinot/The Canadian Press)March 31, 2020 | View Article
CTV Morning Live | 'We're fighting, we're not going to stop': Families of highway crash victims push for safer roads.
EDMONTON -- A new group that includes families of some the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash wants to make our roads safer so more people get home safely. Safer Roads Canada launched last week. “We’re seeing that this is a very needed cause and we’re moving forward strongly with it,” Executive Director Pattie Fair told CTV Morning Live Edmonton.March 10, 2020 | View Article
630 CHED - The Ryan Jespersen Show | Road safety group advocating for stricter training for class 1 drivers.
Pattie Fair, executive director, Safer Roads Canada and Chris Joseph, a director on the Board of Safer Roads Canada talk with Ryan Jespersen about Safer Roads Canada and advocating for stricter class 1 training for truck drivers.March 10, 2020 | View Article