Category: Press Releases


Apr 26 2023

Press Release – Trucking Schools Masquerading as TTSAO Certified SchoolsPress Release –

For Immediate Release From the Office of the TTSAO PresidentApril 14, 2023 Trucking Schools Masquerading as TTSAO Certified Schools Beware of truck training schools suggesting they are a member in good standing of the TTSAO! It has been brought to our attention that there are school operators in Ontario who falsely claim to be members […]

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Aug 3 2022

Philip Fletcher Named President of TTSAO

HAMILTON, ON – August 3, 2022 – The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is pleased toannounce that Philip Fletcher has been named President of the Association. The announcement was officially made at the TTSAO’s 6th Annual Conference that recently took place on July 26-27, 2022. Philip officially stepped into the role on August […]

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Jun 14 2022

TTSAO 6th Annual Conference Right Around the Corner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HAMILTON, ON – June 13, 2022 – The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is pleasedto present its 6th Annual Conference at the Lionhead Golf Club & Conference Centre, located on 8525Mississauga Road, on July 26-27, 2022. The TTSAO Annual Conference is a signature event that hosts industry professionals from across […]

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Oct 22 2021

Kim Richardson Announces Retirement From TTSAO-NEWS RELEASE

HAMILTON, ON – September 27, 2021 – Kim Richardson, President of the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO), has officiallyput a plan in place for his retirement from the Association – as October 31, 2022. The TTSAO Board of Directors unanimously approved Richardson’s one-year retirement plan, where he will help the Board transition and […]

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Jul 22 2021

PMTC and TTSAO disappointed with Ontario’s decision to delay implementation of the Manual Restriction

The Province of Ontario is currently the only jurisdiction in all of Canada and the United Statesthat allows someone to take their class A road test in an automatic or automated manualtransmission, and if passed, provide them with a fully unrestricted license. This allows them todrive a standard truck, with possibly as many as 18 […]

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