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Families of truck crash victims form non-profit to press for stricter licensing rules.

Families whose relatives have been killed in crashes involving transport trucks are forming a non-profit organization to push for graduated licensing for new big-rig drivers and to designate trucking as a skilled trade so new operators receive more training before hitting the road.

March 8, 2020 | View Article

Families of Humboldt crash victims unite in call for better training for truck drivers.

A new advocacy group, that includes families of some of the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, is calling for improvements to Canada's commercial licensing system. Safer Roads Canada, which launched Friday, aims to improve safety on the nation's highways by ensuring commercial drivers are properly trained.

March 7, 2020 | View Article

Parents of Humboldt Broncos crash victims demand national mandatory semi-truck driver training.

A new advocacy group with ties to the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is calling for mandatory national standards when it comes to semi-truck driver training. Safer Roads Canada says its goal is to improve Canada’s commercial licensing system and make our roads a safer place for everyone to travel.

March 6, 2020 | View Article

Advocacy group formed by families who lost loved ones in semi-truck crashes.

A new non-profit group advocating road safety has been formed nearly two years after a deadly hockey bus crash in rural Saskatchewan. Safer Roads Canada was founded by families, including some Humboldt Broncos parents, who have lost loved ones in crashes involving semi-trucks.

March 6, 2020 | View Article

New group calling for stronger commercial driver standards.

Pattie Fair’s life was turned upside down when her husband was killed in a highway collision in 2017 in British Columbia. As a health and safety professional and a grieving family member, she has been working ever since on making roads safer for Canadian drivers by pushing for more regulations for the Canadian trucking industry.

February 4, 2020 | View Article