Category: TTSAO News

Jan 22 2024

TTSAO, WTFC and Cupid’s Sting Partner Up for Important Video!

The TTSAO has partnered with the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada and Cupid’s Sting to create a crucially important video for Truck Drivers. This video teaches strategies that will help keep truck drivers safer by learning to recognize situations that would put them in harms way. Such an important and relevant topic in our industry. […]

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Nov 14 2023

TTSAO in the News

In an informative article from Leo Barros of, Barros discusses caution, awareness keep trucks rolling safely in the dark with TTSAO President Phil Fletcher. See the full article here

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Oct 6 2023

TTSAO Board Announcements – Oct 2023

Boysie Dindyal Carrier Group Chair We would like to introduce the new TTSAO Carrier Group Chair, Boysie Dindyal, Director of Driver Recruiting and Retention, Challenger Motor Freight Inc. Boysie, an industry leader, brings a broad base of experience and knowledge to the TTSAO Board! Jeff McKay Membership Committee We would like to introduce Jeff McKay […]

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Oct 5 2023

Toronto Star Interviews TTSAO President Phil Fletcher

Industry expert, Phil Fletcher, the president of the TTSAO was interviewed by Jeremy Nuttall, a staff reporter with the Toronto Star. The article points out that the shortage of drivers is a risk to Canada’s economy according to a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers for Food, Health & Consumer Products of Canada (FHCP). Read the complete article […]

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Jul 20 2023

Impirica – Best in Class Truck Driver Road Training

The TTSAO continues its mandate to help bring the best trained truck drivers to the trucking industry. Today we are announcing a joint initiative that will take another step down that road.  The TTSAO and Impirica are teaming up to launch ExceleRATE, the industry best in class “Road Test”. ExceleRATE is a proactive driver risk […]

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Jan 3 2023

TTSAO Celebrates 30 Years as an Association

Welcome to 2023 and welcome to our 30th year as an organization. The TTSAO (Truck Training School Association of Ontario) includes a number of Accredited Schools that all perform at a premium level and meet certain criteria to ensure students are getting quality instruction and receiving the proper information to be successful in today’s transportation […]

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