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Still Time to Join T4C’s 5th Annual Food Sort Challenge!

2019 food sort challenge
On November 20, corporate teams of highway carriers and industry trades from across the Greater Toronto Area will once again converge on Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank to fight hunger, build teams, and vie for the title of trucking industry food sort champs. This will be our 5th annual event, which to date has allowed our industry to contribute [...]

Trucking Industry Builds Homes, Teams, and Communities in Kitchener-Waterloo

In early October, the trucking industry came together to help hard working families in the Kitchener-Waterloo region realize their dream of home ownership. Over four days, teams of employees from Bison Transport, Trailer Wizards, Liberty Linehaul, Challenger Motor Freight, Kriska Transportation Group, Midland Transport, Tandet, Toronto Trucking [...]

T4C Carriers Help Food Banks Canada Fight Kids’ Hunger

When Food Banks Canada began planning its annual After The Bell program to fight child hunger this past summer, they turned to Trucks For Change Network to help get healthy food snacks to children in need. Food Banks Canada is a national organization which works in collaboration with the food bank network across Canada to reduce and prevent hunger in [...]

Join T4C’s “Wear Plaid for Dad” campaign in support of Prostate Cancer Canada

Trucks For Change Network and Prostate Cancer Canada are again inviting the Canadian trucking industry to Wear Plaid For Dad on June 14 to help drive out a disease which affects so many dads across our industry. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to affect Canadian men, with one in seven men being diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime. For [...]

Shane Essons bids Farewell… with Recognition from T4C

SHANE ESSON of Midland Transport has been a true leader in the trucking industry, as well as when it comes to community involvement and corporate giving.  Shane will be retiring in December 2018 after a long and successful career.  In his 5 years as a Director of Trucks For Change Network, and over many more in the transportation industry, Shane has [...]

Alex MacKinnon Recognized with T4C’s True Service Humanitarian Award

ALEX MACKINNON RECOGNIZED WITH T4C’s TRUE SERVICE HUMANITARIAN AWARD
In 2016, Trucks for Change Network lost a very special friend and humanitarian, Ewing McMeekin after a courageous battle with cancer.  Ewing was a humanitarian in all respects, was passionate about helping our communities, and believed in the Trucks for Change Network mission. To commemorate Ewing’s passion and dedication to others, and with the [...]

Member Highway Carrier Team of 2018: Kriska Transportation Group

MEMBER HIGHWAY CARRIER TEAM OF 2018: KRISKA TRANSPORTATION GROUP
Each year we recognize a member highway carrier that has most significantly impacted our communities through their support of our partner charities.  This year at our October 11 AGM, KRISKA TRANSPORTATION GROUP was recognized for its exceptional contributions to charity over the past 12 months, during which the Kriska team helped many of our partner [...]

It’s not too late to “Go Plaid” on Fathers Day!

Trucking industry again ready to roll into “Wear Plaid for Dad” campaign in support of Prostate Cancer Canada This Father’s Day, boost team spirit at your workplace and Wear Plaid For Dad.  It’s a great way to combine a fun dress-down day with team-building and a great cause, using a common thread – PLAID! Prostate cancer is the most [...]

Trucks For Change Network Delivers For Humboldt Survivor

Ryan Straschnitzki of Airdrie, Alberta‘s life changed forever when the bus carrying his Humboldt Broncos hockey team was involved in a horrible traffic accident on a rural Saskatchewan highway on its way to a playoff game.
On April 6, Ryan Straschnitzki of Airdrie, Alberta‘s life changed forever when the bus carrying his Humboldt Broncos hockey team was involved in a horrible traffic accident on a rural Saskatchewan highway on its way to a playoff game.   Sixteen people were killed and 13 injured in the accident, and 19-year-old Ryan was left paralyzed from the chest [...]
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