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Dave brings 42 years of valuable and interesting experience in transportation, management, safety, business and compliance. Dave has driven in every condition across North America and overseas as Military, Police, Company Driver to an Owner Operator to transportation management. Now our Celebrity Editor Publisher of Canadian Trucking Magazine bringing you articles and entertainment in print and on the web. Join Dave on Face Book for real time updates and meet at your favorite stop or truck show! Be Happy to say Hi and maybe get a picture or two. See you down the road.

Front Cover my good friends Steph & Jim out at Events together. Jim Campbell as you know from First Class Training Centre a strong supporter of your magazine and the Canadian Trucking Show coming at us fast September 15th. Jim will again have the driving simulator there for all to try the mobile training unit, the only one I know of in Canada of that calibre. This months magazine is full of great articles, stories and people. My good friend Brian Murphy has an AD in the mag this month with the company Global HR a great way to find the right job for the right person. You just contact Brian and tell him what you are looking for and he connects the dots! Check it out and if you know someone looking for a new future, pass on Brians number. Brian will be at the Canadian trucking Show too! Speaking of great friends Murr “Murray Draper� at AYR motor has an AD in this month too looking for drivers. Again known Murr for years and thank him for supporting our magazine with an AD.

I Truck, as I can also report on Truck Stops, Alerts, Road & weather Conditions were I am at. I am a real Trucker out there delivering real loads, I walk the Talk. See more in the digital magazine and the next few pages, digital does not limit the amount of good stuff we can provide you! So every month we print you a 48 page hold in your hand glossy magazine and then add to it on the Web Edition up to 100+ pages of entertainment and detail, built for you, by you! If you have any ideas, this being your magazine, please let us know. Watch for LIVE VIDEO notifications and set your FaceBook up so you see Canadian Trucking Magazine first. Look forward to meeting up with you Over the Road, looking forward to hear from you, than about you. Read on ,,,,,

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Hey everyone how many of you have ever experienced the Red Barn Restaurant & Dano’sLounge in Moosomin Saskatchewan Canada? I have for years the old place and this awesome new one and can tell you the kids and I love the Pizza here and the chicken has a secret recipe the colonel would kill for. Bottom left corner of page 5 is the pizza, made from scratch! Yummy!! Say Hi to the awesome people there and tell them you are part of the Canadian Trucking Magazine Family! Speaking of Family,, who is that Bear to the right,, none other than Barry LaFrance at Gastrak Pembina ND,, Do you know who gave me this pic BEAR,,, BEAR is in the centerfold this month again for the Truck Show Edition as he has supported the Canadian trucking show since the beginning as well as Keystone Western the Company he has Big Mamma on with for the last 15 years and counting. Thanks Keystone Western for your Support for the magazine, Cancer Convoy & Canadian Trucking Show. To the right is the awesome people from Pilot Flying J that were at GATS “Great American Truck Show”, Dallas TX. Pilot Flying J for the month of September giving away something everyday to Truckers with the Pilot app. I have to say i Love Pilot Flying J and the way they look after us. At GATS of course we hit the ToughTested Booth to find our friend Jacinda Lady Truck’n and do a Live video with her!!!


You Work Hard,,Play Hard,, Slick the Kids & Dave in Mexico for Dinner! Here above on a Texas trip we Wondering how does Dave get around to all these awesome went across to Progresso MX for some dinner haircuts and good times places? Well we wheel that Pretty with our good friend Slick, this is one Freaking Marvelous Truck “PFM�, that of our favorite places the Canada is Professional Freight Management Store. Below at GATS were my good Truck around North America like a real friend Tony Justice was performing we truck driver. PFM also supports your had a chance to catch up and have Magazine here on the back cover some fun back stage. I love giving tips on great stops and pages 14 & 15 looking for drivers and owner operators that want and places to eat economically with to have fun, make miles, and make great people and great food. Watch my LIVE Videos on the money driving like I do Canada & CTM FB page and follow along please. USA. I like to say again thanks for reading I had some of my kids with me CTM and I look forward to hearing from you, this summer and it was a blast! You have to have fun Trucking than about you. See you Over the Road..... or it becomes work and a famous perBe safe my friends! son once said, if you love your Job, you Keep On Trucking, All the Best!!!!!! will never work a day in your life. I Love my Job! I can say I especially appreci- Happy Trails..... ate our Canadian Trucking Magazine Family that on Facebook has 30,000+ likes with No Drama and No Hate allowed and a reach of over 800,000+.



Things you can see at a Convoy! Champion Towing always puts on a great Display Check them out September 15th Assiniboia Downs Canadian Trucking Show & Convoy 10am to 6pm Saturday



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Wanted by the CBSA

By Dave MacKENZIE over 30 years LawEnforcement Canada Border Serv- ders are not used for illegal activities.” ices Agency / Royal Tamara Allard, District Director, Canadian Mounted Po- Ambassador Bridge Operations, Southern Ontario Region, CBSA lice The Canada Inspector Kevin Keane, of the WindBorder Services Agency (CBSA) and sor Detachment RCMP stated, “The inter-operability of police agenthe Royal Canadian Mounted Police cies is fundamental to community safety. The activity of this investigation (RCMP) announced the seizure of 38.952 kilograms of suspected marijuana at the Am- demonstrates how the RCMP and its partner agencies work effectively together to secure the bassador Bridge in Windsor, Ontario. On July 27, 2018, a lone commercial border." truck driver was sent for a secondary examination. During the inspection, suspected marijuana Quick facts • Despite the fact that cannabis (marwas discovered in the cab of his truck. The subject was placed under arrest ijuana) will become legal and regulated in and, along with the suspected marijuana, was Canada in the near future, it will remain illegal to take cannabis across international bortransferred to RCMP custody. The RCMP are investigating the 40 ders, whether you are entering or leaving year old male truck driver, of Markham, Ontario, Canada. For more information, consult for Importation offenses under the Controlled cannabis (marijuana) legalization. • If you have information about susDrugs and Substances Act. picious cross-border activity, please contact The investigation is on-going the CBSA Border Watch Toll free Line at 1. 888-502-9060. Quotes If you have information on suspi“This marijuana seizure demonstrates • the CBSA’s efforts to stop the smuggling of illicit cious or criminal activities please contact your local police, the Ontario RCMP at 1-800drugs and keep contraband off our streets. I am proud of the work of our officers 387-0020 or anonymously through Crime who are vigilant in their efforts to ensure our bor- Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

CALL BORDER WATCH~ 1.888.502.9060

Note from Dave!

If you see suspicious activity, persons asking you for a ride across the border in your vehicle, a loose lipped driver talking about smuggling loads of weapons or drugs, do us all a big favour and contact authorities. Try to get as much information as possible without becoming involved and shut these bad guys down. They are bad for our business. 10





PFM Professional Freight Management By Dave MacKENZIE

PFM 3909973 Manitoba Inc. or Professional Freight Management was formed in 1998 by Sheldon Koslovsky. Sheldon recognized that the Winnipeg area was lacking in a specialized premium Refrigerated Linehaul Service company. By the year 2000 Mark Koslovsky joined his brother Sheldon in the business. They then formed their linehaul operation, currently known as PFM International. Over the next 17 years they grew from the 1 truck and 2 trailers to 32 trucks and 35 trailers, including 6 team units. PFMs’ success in the industry is as a result of staffing with long time experienced people; currently we have 3 dispatch and 2 administration staff. Each of our staff members come with a minimum of 20+ years’ experience. PFM strives for results for our customers, providing unique solutions where necessary. Our operations are fully automated, with satellites and scanning within our trucks, to ensure that the documents needed by our customers are available at the earliest possible time.

Being able to provide our customers with live information on the status of their load is our standard. Our professional drivers all carry with them many years of reefer experience; they know the shippers and consignees very well and work with each group to keep the freight on-time. PFM is able to provide linehaul services for fresh, frozen, heated and dry products. Over the years we have gained synergies for our customers utilizing our warehouse facilities to move goods and provide a full service sortation and local p&d for the product in Winnipeg. I PFM Freight and Distribution and PFM International customers appreciate working with a well-established solution provider managed by very experienced people. There is no logistics problem that we at PFM cannot solve. Just like any new advertiser we at CTM like to check them out by me (Dave) taking a ride in thier truck and doing a full tour on the road. PFM passed in spades,, as one of the Best Trucking Companies I have had the pleasure to turn a wheel with. Come check them out!


Women In Trucking Announces its 2018 August Member of the Month Plover, WI – August 1, 2018 – Women In Trucking Association (WIT) has announced Erika Bernard as its August Member of the Month. Erika has worked at International Trucking School (ITS) for the past five years. When Erika earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a Teaching Certificate, she did not anticipate working in the trucking industry. However, when she heard ITS was looking for help in the office, she jumped at the opportunity and wouldn’t have it any other way. “The trucking industry is more important than most know.


By; Ellen Voie CAE, President/CEO Women in Trucking Without trucks, America stops! Being a part of this industry makes me feel like my job truly matters and International Trucking School is making a difference in our economy,” she said. Throughout her time at ITS, Erika has witnessed hundreds of students, including a variety of women, graduate and start a new career in trucking. Student success and filling the driver shortage is what motivates Erika and her co-workers at ITS. As a volunteer for The National Association of Show Trucks (NAST), Erika had the honor to be Miss NAST 2015. She attends truck shows, sells NAST merchandise and occasionally participates as a judge. One of her favorite things to do for NAST is design marketing material. Erika also volunteers with The Richard Crane Memorial Foundation. With this non-profit organization, she co-organizes the Silent Auction for the Richard Crane Memorial Truck Show in St. Ignace, MI. Erika invites you to attend the Richard Crane Memorial Truck Show September 13-16, 2018. About Women in Trucking: Women In Trucking Association, Inc. is a nonprofit association established to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the trucking industry. Membership is not limited to women, as 17 percent of its members are men who support the mission. Follow WIT on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn. For more information, visit http://www.womenintrucking.org.



Keystone Western Now Hiring

Keystone Western Inc is expand ing into the Kitchener - Waterloo Ontario region!

Keystone is looking for 10 Owner Operators for van freight movements from Ontario to the Eastern Seaboard in the U.S., and to the Maritime region of Canada.

Keystone is a well established, transport company who cares about customer service, and you, the driver! At Keystone, we know you by name, not by num ber!

We offer a competitive pay pack age, benefits, paid picks/drops, and practical route miles.

We require you to pass a drivers’ road test and pre-employment drug test., have a truck no older than model year 2007, a mini mum of 1 year verifiable over the road experience as a class 1.0 (AZ) professional driver, valid passport and/or Fast Card, clear criminal record check, and no more than 2 moving violations on your drivers abstract.

If you meet that criteria, then we want to talk to you!

Call Keystone Western Driver Services - 1-800-256-6460 ext. 264 for more information! We want to be your partner in suc cess!

Norm Curtis, Keystone Western Message

We are very enthusiastic about the outlook for 2018 regarding our com pany's role with our new and existing clients. The success of Keystone Western over the years has directed us away from being a basic provider of trucks and rates, to becoming a logistics consultant and business partner, bringing new ideas to the table and operating as an extension of our customers supply-chain management group. Our Third Party Logistics Division utilizes the "Blue-Ocean" logistics philos ophy and goes deeper into our client's supply chain. Our "Blue-Ocean" logistics philosophy creates out-of-the-box strate gies allowing your business to sail into markets with less competition and greater profitability. Our mandate for 2018 is to elelevate our exposure to the marketplace re garding our consultative "Blue-Ocean" logistics solutions. I would like to thank Keystone Western's current customers for their loy alty over the years and also invite any new customers to contact us to learn more about our services and to see if there is a fit for your future success. Regards,

Norm Curtis, CEO/Owner


Rescue dogs and lost pets who need a ride home have a new group of allies in Canada: truck drivers. A group based in Thunder Bay, Ont., will help coordinate rides for animals who are heading from one part of the country to another. Furry Hobos and Hiway Heroes is the creation of Margaret Foster. A former truck driver, she took it upon herself to help coordinate rides for those with four legs. "It actually gives them something they feel good about. I mean, you go up and down the road here, you see the accidents and everything else that happens," said Foster. She said nearly 300 dogs have been transported through the group to their new homes, anywhere in Canada. She said some trucks in the United States are also now part of her 'network', allowing


for international movement of the animals in need. Foster said drivers are not compensated, but she asks for a donation of home baking, or a gift card for coffee. Help from the community Foster said many of the drivers have their own animals in their trucks, that they refer to as 'An Ambassador.' The one ambassador cat of the group, named Turtle, recently got out of a truck in Granby, QC. Foster said she's overwhelmed, as it seems the whole community wants to find the cat. She said the Ambassador animals are a key part of the program. "The dogs are so relaxed, they introduce them before they come into the truck." " They show them the bunk, like 'this is where we can lay and

Margaret Foster, the founder of Furry Hobos and Hiway Heroes, along with her Ambassador Dog, Pickles pose outside of Thunder Bay, Ont. (Jeff Walters/CBC)

sleep' and it just keeps them really really calm and collected. And, they enjoy it." As for continuing to help ferry rescue animals, or those who are lost and found to their proper homes, Foster said most drivers can't get enough of it. "[One driver], he gets a hold of me all the time and says, 'Margaret, I'm getting tired of laughing at my own jokes, you'd better give me a dog.'" Visit on FaceBook; Furry Hobos N Hiway Hero"s. Dog gone Truckin! Thanks Margaret!!


RED SHIRT FRIDAY What does that mean to you! On Friday Dave wears Red!

What Red Shirt Friday means to me,, By Dave,,,, Once a week I make sure I wear Red to not only thank those who bled but to thank all our Heroes who put on a Uniform to serve and protect us. Not just our brave veterans and current Military but our homefront heroes too. The Police, Fire, Rescue, Paramedics, Law enforcement,

Border Protection, MOT and DOT. All these persons go to work each day with a mandate to keep us safe either through enforcement or rescue. At times putting thier life and wellbeing in danger. One Day a week at least let’s wear Red and say Thank you for your service when we come in contact with them.


Down Home Cooking by the Kewley Team By Dave MacKenzie

Down Home Cooking is a family team with Rob Kewley ( who is a long haul truck driver), his wife, and 14 year old daughter; who is the youngest sous chef on Team Canada. Kewley’s are part of Team Canada for the last 3 years. Currently hold 2nd of Canada for the last 2 years and this year are 17 th in the World for Chili. They compete in Canada and the USA and just finished competing in Alabama at the World Food Championships in November. They do events and fundraisers across Canada, so be on the lookout for them and their award winning chili. Big Thank-you to the sponsors and everyone who has supported them for getting the Kewley’s to where they are: John Russell Honey, Earl’s Meats,

PBX,TTI, Source for Sports, The Oyster Bed and many more that has helped.

Follow them at Down Home Cooking@kewleycanada on Facebook. If you would like more info or bookings contact

204 -377-9297 or rjkewley@yahoo.ca



Something New at AYR Motor Express

Murray Draper | Driver Recruitment Specialist has joined the AYR Motor Express team based out of Wpg. Murr is focused on putting AYR WPG on the map! Murr needs Wpg City drivers different shifts. Needs CDN only drivers out of Wpg. Needs CDN/USA drivers out of Wpg. AYR Motor Expres are also expanding out to Calgary where they need full time and part time drivers for CDN and CDN /USA. Looking for O/OP for CDN/ USA! The goal is to grow in the west and focus on long term drivers wanting a long term career. Trucks are all newer. Great benefits and you never have to wait for your pay. AYR Motor Express as a truck load freight services company is a diverse freight shipping carrier, operating in heavy volumes to, and from, all destinations across Canada, as well as most States in the United States.

"We live our mission statement every day with every customer",says Keenan. The current company profile of AYR Motor Express is something that everyone at AYR is proud of, because we got to where we are now, by focusing on one customer and one truckload at a time, says President Keenan. The customer does not call us to comment on service failures, only to praise us, and request for more of our service! We stand for excellence and dedication, which is why "The Best Is The Least We Can Do!" Where ever you travel across the US Inter-States and the highways of Canada, you can easily see our very large slogan on the side of trailers. "The Best is the Least We Can Do". It's our promise to every customer and we would like to have you join our roster of clients & Team and experience our best.

Ready to make a change ? Start with Ayr Motor Express






Mike Murchison Truckdriver, Songwriter and Musican.

Mike Murchison Truckdriver, songwriter and musician. Recently released cd "Long Journey Home" ...cd available at cdbaby.com, a volunteer and a best foot forward for Trucking. Mike with his betterhalf Donna has been there for many organizations including Furry Hobos N Hiway Hero”s. His recent support for Wounded Warriors Canada where his own trailer is wrapped to spread awareness to this great cause! Wounded Warriors Canada. To honour and support Canada's ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders and their families. Thanks to the generous support of people like Mike & Donna and caring Canadians and Canadian businesses from across the country, they are able to deliver a national slate of mental health programs and services that are adaptive, innovative and evidence-informed.


Recently released cd "Long Journey Home" ...cd avail able at cdbaby.com

Wounded Warriors Canada investments are providing life changing and family saving results for our Veterans, First Responders and their families — and they couldn’t do it without you! Together, we are delivering on the guiding ethos of Wounded Warriors Canada to Honour the Fallen and Help the Living. Wounded Warriors Canada a privately funded organization, thier partnerships like with Mike & Donna – through a host of community events and corporate fundraising initiatives – make the programs possible. Donations will be accepted at the Canadian Trucking Show September 15th 2018 at the Assiniboia Downs Winnipeg MB where Mike, Donna the Trailer and representatives of Wounded Warriors Canada will be. Come watch Mike sing LIVE and perform a new song he wrote “In This together” on stage at the show.


MyDenny’s App Adds Value for Frequent Diners

It's all about you. Your preferences, your tastes, your cravings. It's your Denny's, so why not have it all? Make Denny's yours with MyDenny's, the only app that earns you perks with every bite you take. Denny’s Restaurants has been a staple of Canadian dining for the last 45 years, providing classic diner fare, an inviting atmosphere, and great value for all their guests. With 59 locations across the country, many located along major transit routes, Denny’s is a dining staple for drivers, providing a bit of comfort and familiarity when away from home. Denny’s has always placed a high importance on being a good value, but with their recently relaunched Loyalty Program they have found a way to make dining an even better deal, especially for their loyal customers. With a simple download from Google Play or the App store, the free MyDenny’s mobile app allows guests to earn points for every purchase at participating stores. Every purchase also earns a stamp on their digital loyalty card. Once the card has been filled in, members earn a special $5 reward coupon and a new card is started automatically. One of the big questions about the app, has been how hard is it to get enough points to get the rewards? Well the answer is it’s easy, and there are lots of added incentives to sign up! New members automatically get 50 points for registering and there are opportunities to earn bonus points by completing polls on the app and entering promo codes that are posted on social media or emailed to their members. It doesn’t take long to earn enough points to redeem for rewards such discounts on purchases or free food and beverages. Every week Denny’s is giving away one thousand points to a new member, so there is an added incentive to sign up. With over 45,000 members and growing quickly, the app is proving to be highly successful for both Denny’s and their customers. One of the cool new upgrades to the app is the ability to scan a QR code on the bottom of each receipt, making it quick and easy to add the points to your account. Members can also use the app to send invitations to meet up with friends and share points back and forth with other members. For the non-smartphone users, there is a desktop version of the loyalty program available at www.mydennys.ca providing all the perks, promotions, and contests available through the app. If you are a Blackberry user, you can use the mobile web version on your phone’s Internet browser, also at mydennys.ca.



BRISTOL, TN - AUGUST 18: Kurt Busch, driver of the #41 Monster Energy/Haas Automation Ford, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on August 18, 2018 in Bristol, Tennessee.

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Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Genuine Draft Ford, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on September 2, 2018 in Darlington, South Carolina. 36


BRAD JAMES @thesingingtruckdriver

Brad James the singing truck driver you have seen all over FACEBOOK and YouTube! Brad has donated his CD to the Canadian Trucking Show & Convoy for the Silent Auction Prize. A chance to have your own Brad James CD. Brad has a lot of time behind the wheel to practice his singing, and found out that his truck makes the perfect recording studio. Come join Brad as he has a lot of fun doing his job, and belting out a few tunes along the way.

Born in St. Catharines, Ontario, moved to Miami, FL at the age of six, where he grew up and went to school. Brad enjoyed singing in his church youth choir and acappella group. Then moved to the Daytona Beach area when he was in his early 20's, and has called it home ever since. Brad enjoys going out and visiting the local karaoke bars when he has the chance. Is married with a beautiful wife and four sons. Hope to see Brad James at the Canadian Trucking Show some day!


STARTING OR ON THE JOB FCTC HAS THE PROGRAM FOR YOU By Jim Campbell The first thing you need a lot. to know about getting into What kind of wage can I trucking is the age require- get once I have my class 1 liment. cense? To drive a class 1 vehicle Great,, you graduated from in Canada you need to be 18 your 244 hour training program. years of age and 21 years old if Don’t get to excited quit yet. you would like to drive south of You still have a ways to go. You the border into the US. will need to do more training with You will also have to hold the company that hired you on. a valid class 5F and have to This hands on company have a commercial medical done training can be anywhere from two from a doctor so that Manitoba weeks to 13 weeks of further trainPublic Insurance have it on file. ing before that company feels When is a good time of comfortable sending you out on year to learn how to drive your solo trip. truck? It has alDuring this additional trainways been my opinion the best ing that companies will be spendtime to train anyone for truck ing or better terms investing driving is in the dead of winter. approximately $10,000 to $15,000 I know that sounds kind of on your training. So chances are scary but let’s face it, you will run that you will not be earning top into a lot more difficult challenges driving wages. in the winter compared to sumI’ve always told people mer driving. that has asked me that question You will get hands on to go after the experience first training as you train on snow and then the money will follow. covered road and icy intersecEvery companies is differtions. ent when it comes to wages. Your Driving truck you need yearly earnings can be anywhere to be prepared for all seasons. from $40,000 to $70,000 a year or W o r k i n g more. This is all going to depend through your first winter will be on what you are hauling, where so much easier with a profes- you are hauling and what type of sional trainer with you. equipment you are working with. I get asked this question 38

You can make your truck driving license whatever you want it to be. You can be a company driver, owner operator or eventually a fleet operator. There is nothing like sitting behind the wheel of a big rig. The size and the feel of all that horse power. The feel of freedom driving that open road. New scenery and challenges with every day is different. You will have the option of driving local, reginal, winter roads or hitting the highway on long haul. Driving long haul and running North America you will see so much out there. I remember by the time I was 30 I’ve seen more country then most people I knew. You get the chance to meet great people from all over. Trucking has always been a truly fascinating job.

For more information on First Class Training Centre and all that we offer, be sure to check out our website at www.firstclasstrainingcentre.com

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It seems like yesterday but 40 years ago Jack Shields and his 3 sons (Clarence, Jim & John) started their first restaurant an A&W, in a small northern town called Fort McMurray. At that time there were less then 5,000 people living in that community. From there they expanded to include the Fort’s first Smitty’s Pancake House & Diary Queen franchises, the Garden Cafe, Willies and Oriellys & the Stags Head Inn. As Fort McMuuray continued to grow so did the Shields family business. In 1986 after the introduction of the Liberal National Energy Program the family lost all their business and were forced to start all over again. Some 25 years ago Jack and Clarence started all over again by operating a restaurant located the Nisku Truck Stop. From there they continued to grow acquiring the Airways Country Inn and numerous other business interests. Brother Jim and his wife Jody ventured off to start a successful greenhouse operation, while John continued on with an award winning career in radio. Blackjacks Roadhouse and Games Room is a brand new building been created to host Clarence’s latest vision, this outstanding and beautiful building features amazing truss work and a 2nd floor grand stage over- looking our room. They boast the best buffet in the area, as well as a great Canadian & Chinese cuisine menu. Our games room is furnished with 25 V.L.T.s, 5 Minute Keno, Sports Select. Watch and play all the sports from our comfortable lounge. Trucker Friendly Please come by anytime and enjoy our menu and great service. Open 24 hours a day featuring specials daily. Spend some time wandering around looking at one of the largest collection of oilfield, trucking and car racing memorabilia dating back some 100 + years. BLACKJACKS always look forward to the opportunity to be of service.




Bill Weaver Music . Com Win 2 Bill Weaver CD’s @ The Canadian Trucking Show & Convoy

Bill Weaver, if you ask him who he is, a simple “I'm a Truck Drivin', Guitar Slingin', Song Writin', Country Singin' Fool!” Bill has donated two CD’s to the Silent Auction at the Canadian Trucking Show & Convoy. Every Mile I Drive & Burnin’ the old School Down. You can follow Bill on his Facebook pages and on his blog available through his website. billweavermusic.com Canadian trucking has had the honor and privilege to hear and see him sing many times and have enjoyed his LIVE videos on his Facebook. Looking forward to have Bill up to our show someday soon by right now will have to settle with his generous donation of Bill Weaver CD’s! Get yours on his website!





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115th Web Edition of Canadian Trucking Magazine  

2018 115th Web Edition of Canadian Trucking Magazine built for everyone with extra pages for extra entertainment and easy to read.

115th Web Edition of Canadian Trucking Magazine  

2018 115th Web Edition of Canadian Trucking Magazine built for everyone with extra pages for extra entertainment and easy to read.


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