Are you interested in a career related to driving? Anyone interested in operating a vehicle for commercial purposes – for example, driving trucks, buses, tractor-trailers, taxis, or even large snow plows – will need to get a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) in Canada. Canada’s National Safety Code provides the rules and regulations for Commercial Drivers.Read more
The Transportation sector continues to be an important part of Canada’s economy. In 2018, the Canadian trucking industry accounted for $39.55 billion in revenues. Furthermore, there is always demand for transportation and warehousing jobs. In fact, Alberta employs 2,280,000 people in the sector. Technological and world changes have led to new tendencies in the industry.Read more
A career in the transportation sector can be very rewarding. Many of our modern conveniences are somehow related to this industry. Continue to reading to learn more about why you should pursue a career in transportation. Related blog: Exploring a Transportation Career Ease of Entry When compared to a traditional four-year university program, many careersRead more
What does a career in the transportation sector mean? The transportation sector refers to a wide range of jobs which can cover any part of the world. Work in the sector can also revolve around travel planning, moving materials, transporting goods or people, and the logistics behind these forms of transportation. Continue reading to learnRead more
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