Category Archives: Member Information

Revolution Staffing Sponsors Cocktail Party at 5th Annual TTSAO Conference

Revolution Staffing will be the Cocktail Party Sponsor again for the 5th Annual TTSAO Conference happening in February 2020. Revolution Staffing has been a supporter of the TTSAO Conferences since day one. Thank you Revolution Staffing for helping us make our conference a success. Learn more about Revolution Staffing here.

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Ontario Truck Training Academy Included in Top Women-Owned Businesses List

Article originally from a Linkedin Post stating that Yvette Lagrois of Ontario Truck Training Academy has been included in the 2019 list of companies that are Women-owned. Congratulations Yvette for being included in such a distinguished list.

Ghanaian female logistics company wins global transportation leadership award
In addition to Ladybird Logistics limited (Felicia Payin Marfo, Managing Director), other companies named to the 2019 “Top Woman-Owned Businesses” list included Bennett International Group (Marcia G. Taylor, CEO), Ontario Truck Training Academy (Yvette Lagrois, President), London Auto Truck Center (Donna Childers, Vice President) and United Federal Logistics, Inc. (Jennifer Behnke, President) amongst others.
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TTSAO Announces 2020 Conference Lineup

The TTSAO Has announced the initial conference lineup for 2020 5th annual conference. Check out the agenda for the conference and make sure reserve the date. .

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Concrete Ontario Joins the TTSAO Membership

The TTSAO would like to welcome Concrete Ontario as a new Associate Member with the association.

Concrete Ontario (Ready Mixed Concrete Association of Ontario) was formed in 1959 to act in the best interest of Ontario’s ready mixed concrete producers and the industry in general. It is fully funded by the membership (Active and Associate) and provides a broad range of services designed to benefit its members and the industry in general.

Concrete Ontario provides a world class plant certification to all its members. The Association is active in a number of areas of the industry including new concrete and admixture technologies, education and training of our clients, environmental stewardship and ongoing partnerships with many industry partners.

Concrete Ontario

Contact: Bart Kanters – President

Email: bkanters@concreteontario.org

Address: 1 Prologis Blvd – Suite 102B Mississauga ON L5W 0G2

Phone: 905-564-2726

Fax: 905-564-5680

Website: www.rmcao.org

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Robert Wallace Barclay September 11th, 1955 – June 12th, 2019

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our dear friend Robert “Rob” Barclay. Rob was a very passionate member of the TTSAO and served various positions on the board throughout the years including 3 three 2 year terms president. Rob’s commitment to safer roads saw him lobby for the now implemented MELT program in Ontario. Rob proudly sat as co- founder of Crossroads Truck Training Academy where he delighted in molding new drivers into the very best that they could be. Rob’s reach was far and wide in the industry and he will be sorely missed. 

Ken Adams
Chairman of the Board TTSAO

Robert Barclay

Rob passed away Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 at the age of 63, peacefully, at home, with his loving wife by his side.
Rob was born on September 11th, 1955 in Toronto, Ontario. He is predeceased by his parents, Martha (Nimmo) and Robert Barclay. Rob was a beloved brother of Brenda (Trevor) Eugent, Gord (Karen) Barclay, and Doreen (Andy) Harris. He will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Rob was a cherished friend, for 50 years, and beloved husband to Pamela Livingston. He was a loving Step-Father to Mackenzie (Krystal) Mercer, and Jay Mercer.
Rob lived an exciting life. He lived in Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia and Scotland, making many friendships, memories, and having great adventures, all throughout his life. He was an extraordinary person, who led an exciting and multifaceted life – he was a Master Yachtsman, a business person, a guitar pickin’ cowboy, and a musician. He lived a well-loved life and will be missed by many friends and family.
For those wishing, donations may be made to the Canadian Lung Association or the Canadian Heart and Stroke Association in Rob’s memory.

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