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Canadian Cargo Securement Regulations
Regulation 37/2005                                              lized or secured so that it cannot
Registered March 14, 2005                                       (a) leak from, spill from, blow off, fall from, fall through or
                                                                    otherwise be dislodged from the vehicle; or
Definitions                                                     (b) shift in or on the vehicle to such an extent that the vehi-
1 The following definitions apply in this regulation.               cle’s stability or manoeuvrability is adversely affected.

“motor carrier” means a person who operates a public            Cargo securement — certain cargo
service vehicle or a commercial truck;                          5(1) Any portion of a load of
                                                                (a) sand, gravel, crushed stone, ore, slag or salt, or any mix-
“vehicle” means                                                     ture of them, consisting in whole or part of particles 40
(a) a public service vehicle;                                       mm in diameter or smaller;
(b) a truck that has a registered gross weight of 4,500 kg or   (b) waste; or
    more;                                                       (c) shredded scrap metal; that is carried by a vehicle on a
(c) a commercial truck that has a registered gross weight of        highway and not enclosed by the vehicle or a load con-
    4,500 kg or more; or                                            tainer must be covered with a covering that meets the
(d) a farm truck that has a registered gross weight of 4,500        requirements of subsection (2).
    kg or more; and includes any trailer towed by one of
    those vehicles.                                             5(2) The covering must
                                                                (a) be made of tarpaulin, canvas, wire mesh, netting or
“waste” means ordinary waste of the type collected by               another material capable of containing the load within
municipal garbage collection systems, including, but                the vehicle or load container; and
not limited to, ashes, domestic waste, garbage and refuse .     (b) be secured to the vehicle or load container in such a
                                                                    manner that it cannot separate from the vehicle or load
 Adoption of NSC Standard 10                                        container.
2(1) Except as provided in subsection (2), National Safety
Code for Motor Carriers Standard 10 — Cargo Securement          5(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to a vehicle used
of the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administra-          (a) to collect waste for a municipality while the vehicle is
tors, as approved September 23, 2004, and as amended or              being loaded or being moved during loading;
replaced after that date, is adopted and forms part of this     (b) to carry sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, salt or a mix-
regulation.                                                          ture of them to a location where the load will be applied
                                                                     to the road surface in winter highway maintenance by or
2(2) The definition “vehicle” set out in section 1 of the            on behalf of a traffic authority;
National Safety Code for Motor Carriers Standard 10             (c) to apply sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, salt or a
— Cargo Securement is not adopted and does not form part             mixture of them to the road surface in winter highway
of this regulation.                                                  maintenance by or on behalf of a traffic authority; or
                                                                (d) for construction work within a construction site on a
Safety responsibility                                                highway.
3(1) A person who owns a vehicle or a motor carrier that
operates a vehicle must not permit a driver to drive the        Non-application to emergency vehicles
vehicle if                                                      6 This regulation does not apply to emergency vehicles.
(a) the vehicle does not comply with this regulation;
(b) the cargo transported by the vehicle is not contained,      Repeal
     covered, immobilized or secured in accordance with this    7 The Securement of Vehicle Loads Regulation, Manitoba
     regulation; or                                             Regulation 157/91, is repealed. Abrogation
(c) the driver does not take any action that this regulation
     requires the driver to take.                               Coming into force
                                                                8 This regulation comes into force on April 1, 2005, or on the
3(2) A driver must not drive a vehicle if                       day it is registered under The
(a) the vehicle does not comply with this regulation;           Regulations Act, whichever is later.
(b) the cargo transported by the vehicle is not contained,
     covered, immobilized or secured in accordance with this    Source: The Queen’s Printer for the Province of Manitoba
     regulation; or
(c) the driver does not take any action that this regulation    Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators
     requires the driver to take.                               www.ccmta.ca/
                                                                NSC Standard 10: Cargo Securement – September 2004
Cargo securement generally                                      A standard which outlines the specific requirements for
4 Without limiting the application of any provision adopted     securing loads to commercial vehicles to ensure they do not
by section 2 or the application of section 3, cargo trans-      shift, move or spill onto the roadway.
ported by a vehicle must be contained, covered, immobi-         http://ccmta.ca/english/pdf/Standard%2010.pdf




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Canada/US Customs Border Information
Border Information Service (BIS) Online
                                                                From within Canada, call:
   Effective June 1, 2005, the name of the Automated Cus-       1 800 461-9999 (toll free)
   toms Information Service (ACIS) system was changed           From outside Canada, call:
   to Border Information Service (BIS), in order to better      (204) 983-3500 or (506) 636-5064
   reflect the business lines of the Canada Border Services     (long-distance charges apply)
   Agency (CBSA).
   The name change will be reflected on the Internet, in-       Choose from the following:
   tranet, and in CBSA publications, as they are updated.         Personal Traveller
                                                                   Information on personal exemptions, vehicle Imports,
    The Border Information Service Online, or BIS Online,         postal importations, CANPASS, NEXUS and more
gives you access to all the recorded phone information from       Business importation/exportation
the BIS telephone system in a convenient navigable format.        Information on commercial importation/exportation, free
Simply choose one of the categories below and follow the          trade agreements, currency and monetary instrument
links to answer many of your basic border services ques-          reporting, CSA, FAST, AMPS
tions.                                                            Exchange rates
    For in-depth inquiries, call the BIS phone service during     View exchange rates and convert foreign currencies to
regular business hours - Monday to Friday (except holidays)       Canadian dollars
from 8:00-16:00 local time, and press 0 to speak to an agent
                                                                http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/eservices/bis/bis-e.html




Customs-Related Website addresses
Canada                                                          United States of America
Customs and Border Security Agency                              U.S. Customs and Border Security
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca                                             www.customs.ustreas.gov

Border Information Service (BIS) Online                         Automated Commercial Environment (ACE)
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/eservices/bis                               www.customs.treas.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/about/moderniza-
                                                                tion/
Border Wait Times (Canada)
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/general/times                               Border Wait Times (US)
                                                                apps.cbp.gov/bwt/
Customs Self Assessment (CSA) Program
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/csa                                  Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
                                                                www.customs.treas.gov/xp/cgov/import/commercial_en-
Commercial Driver Registration (CDRP) Program                   forcement/ctpat
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/programs-e.html
                                                                Free and Secure Trade (FAST) Program (US)
Free and Secure Trade (FAST) Program - Canada                   www.customs.treas.gov/xp/cgov/import/commercial_
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/fast                                 enforcement/ctpat/fast/
                                                                www.customs.treas.gov/xp/cgov/import/commercial_
Importers Information                                           enforcement/ctpat/fast/us_canada/
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import
                                                                Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC)
Partners in Protection (PIP)                                    www.nmfta.org/
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/general/enforcement/partners/
menu-e.html

Small and Medium Size Enterprise (SME) Information Centre
www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sme




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What is ACE and why should I care?
Every trucking company that operates into the U.S. should         to comply with ACE in the near future. Signing up now means
know about ACE (Automated Commercial Environment). ACE,           that you will avoid delays in account processing and will have
which includes a requirement for electronic manifests (e-mani-    an opportunity to learn about electronic manifests and the
fests) for trucks, is the next step in U.S. Customs and Border    options available to your company to comply.
Protection’s (CBP’s) efforts to “modernize” the border.Today,
trucking companies transporting goods into the U.S. may               In order to apply for an ACE account, you must provide the
voluntarily comply with the CBP advance notification rule by      following information:
supplying an electronic manifest. Carriers will be required to    • carrier name
do so in the near future.                                         • Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC)
   The electronic manifest capability in ACE was introduced       • statement certifying capability of connecting to the Inter-
as a “pilot project” at BC-WA ports beginning in December              net
2004, at Pembina in September 2005 and in Detroit-Windsor         • name, address, and e-mail of point of contact to receive
in October 2005. While CBP has never specifically announced            further information (i.e., the person who will actually be
when electronic manifests will become mandatory, they have             doing the work in establishing the account)
said “within 18 to 24 months” of the pilot project beginning.     This information should be e-mailed to Thomas.Fitzpatrick@
The issue facing carriers is that legislation already exists      dhs.gov.
that will allow CBP to simply publish an announcement and
require trucking companies to comply with the electronic              CBP will respond to your request and direct you to docu-
manifest program within 90 days of the announcement.              ments (Power of Attorney and Terms and Conditions) that you
                                                                  must print, sign and return by mail to the ACE Secure Data
   There are/will be three ways for carriers to comply with the   Portal - ACE Application, U.S. Customs and Border Protec-
electronic manifest requirement:                                  tion, 7681 Boston Blvd., Springfield, VA 22153.
• submit the information via the ACE Secure Data Portal, an           Once these documents have been received by U.S.CBP,
    Internet website                                              you will receive an ACE-generated e-mail message containing
• contract with a “service provider” that will submit elec-       a link to obtain a temporary password. You will be assigned a
    tronic manifests on your company’s behalf                     CBP Account Manager who will call you with information that
• contract with a CBP-approved software development               you will need to log onto the ACE Secure Data Portal. You
    company that will supply you with “off the shelf” software    will also be provided with a computer-based training CD and
    or write a software program specific to your company to       instructions on how to enter ACE account data.CBP’s elec-
    send electronic manifests by “electronic data interchange”    tronic manifest requirement will require you to provide more
    to CBP                                                        information than is presently being required for “pre-notifica-
                                                                  tion” at the border, including details about the vehicle, the
    In essence, companies that have not thought about how         driver (and passenger, if any), the trailer and the load.
they are going to comply with an electronic manifest require-         All member companies transporting goods into the U.S.
ment will have to make a major business decision and imple-       who have not yet signed up for an ACE account are strongly
ment it, including testing and training your staff, within 90     urged to do so as soon as possible to avoid problems once
days of the announcement. Regardless of what method of            CBP announces mandatory compliance with ACE in the near
compliance you choose in the end, members are strongly            future. Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has also
urged to, at a minimum, sign up for an ACE account as soon        announced that it will be introducing an electronic manifest
as possible. This is a relatively simple procedure and will buy   requirement on the heels of the U.S. electronic manifest pro-
you some time to consider other options in the future.            gram becoming mandatory. Compliance details for the Cana-
    At present, fewer than 200 trucking companies have ACE        dian electronic manifest have not yet been finalized.
accounts. However, only approximately 10 have ever actu-
ally used their accounts to file electronic manifests. CBP        ACE website www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/about/modern-
estimates that 100,000 trucking companies will be required        ization/




The Free and Secure Trade (FAST) program
The Free and Secure Trade (FAST) program is a joint               ers. Shipments for approved companies, transported by
Canada-U.S. initiative involving the Canada Border Services       approved carriers using registered drivers, will be cleared
Agency, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the United            into either country with greater speed and certainty, and at a
States Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP).             reduced cost of compliance.
FAST supports moving pre-approved eligible goods across              In Canada, FAST builds on the Customs Self-Assess-
the border quickly and verifying trade compliance away from       ment (CSA) program and the Partners in Protection (PIP)
the border. It is a harmonized commercial process offered         program. In the United States, FAST requires participation in
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TPAT) program. Both PIP and C-TPAT require companies to          Applicants identified as low risk will report to an enrolment
adopt and implement security procedures to be compatible         centre where they will be interviewed, have their original
with guidelines set by both customs agencies.                    identification and citizenship documents reviewed, be finger-
                                                                 printed and have a digital photo taken. Low-risk applicants
Benefits of the FAST program                                     will then be issued a FAST – Commercial Driver Identification
FAST, based on sound risk management techniques,                 Card.
focuses on greater speed and certainty at the border and         Driver Information Guide www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pub/cp/
reduces the cost of compliance by:                               rc4317/README.html
• Reducing the information requirements for customs              Driver Application form www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pbg/cf/
   clearance                                                     e673/README.html
• Eliminating the need for importers to transmit data for        Currently, there are ten FAST commercial driver enrolment
   each transaction                                              centres including:
• Dedicating lanes for FAST clearances                           • Emerson, MB / Pembina, ND
• Reducing the rate of border examinations                       • North Portal, SK / Portal, ND
• Verifying trade compliance away from the border                • Windsor, ON / Detroit, MI
• Streamlining accounting and payment processes for all          • Pacific Highway, BC / Blaine, WA
   goods imported by approved importers (Canada only)            The enrolment centres are physically located at the bolded
                                                                 location.
    Because FAST is a harmonized clearance process for
shipments of known compliant importer, any truck using           Cargo Release Methods
FAST lane processing must be a FAST approved carrier,            FAST is the first completely paperless cargo release mecha-
carrying qualifying goods from a FAST approved importer,         nism put into place by Customs and Border Protection. This
and the driver must possess a valid FAST-Commercial Driver       paperless processing is achieved through electronic data
Card. FAST processing is based upon advanced electronic          transmissions and transponder technology. FAST is highly
transmission of information.                                     automated and allows for the expedited release of highly
    FAST will be available to those applicant Importers, Car-    compliant cargo from major importers, reducing congestion
riers and Drivers who have a demonstrated history of com-        at our land borders. The system being used is Pre-Arrival
pliance with all relevant legislation and regulations, and, in   Processing System (PAPS). PAPS is a Customs Automated
Canada, have acceptable books, records and audit trails.         Commercial System (ACS) border cargo release mechanism
                                                                 that utilizes barcode technology to expedite the release of
Importer Registration: Importers will complete separate          commercial shipments while processing each shipment
applications to both Canadian and US Customs admin-              through Border Cargo Selectivity (BCS) and the Automated
istrations. Importers authorized to use the FAST program         Targeting System (ATS).
for clearance into Canada or into the US, will have made a
commitment to security enhancing business practices as           FAST expedited Customs clearance processes for pre-
required by PIP or C-TPAT. For application information, go to    authorized drivers, carriers and importers is available at
www.cbsasfc.gc.ca/E/pub/cp/rc4316/README.html                    nineteen Canada/US border crossings, including:
                                                                 • St-Bernard-de-Lacolle – Highway 15, QC / Champlain,
Carrier Registration: Carriers will complete the FAST U.S./         NY **Dedicated FAST Lane Southbound only**
Canada Border Highway Carrier Application Process require-       • Windsor, ON / Detroit, MI ** Dedicated FAST Lane **
ments that include corporate information, a security profile,    • Sarnia, ON / Port Huron, MI **Dedicated FAST Lane**
and a written U.S./Canada Border Highway Carrier Agree-          • Emerson, MB / Pembina, ND
ment. In order to qualify for FAST Highway Carrier member-       • North Portal, SK / Portal, ND
ship into the U.S. and Canada, two separate applications         • Pacific Highway, BC / Blaine, WA
must be submitted to each country’s respective FAST Pro-
cessing Centres. Each country will perform an independent        For more information:
risk assessment and each country will issue independent          FAST into Canada
approvals for participation. For the United States, a FAST       Email: fast-expres@ccra-adrc.gc.ca
approved carrier will have met all aspects of C-TPAT through     Website: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/fast/menu-
the FAST registration process. For application information,      e.html
go to www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pub/cp/rc4299/README.html
                                                                 FAST into the United States
Commercial Driver Application: Drivers will complete a           Email: industry.partnership@customs.treasdhs.gov
U.S./Canada FAST Commercial Driver Application for the           Website: http://www.customs.treas.gov/xp/cgov/import/
U.S. and Canada. The application will be risk assessed by        commercial_enforcement/ctpat/fast/us_canada/
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Wood Packaging Materials
International regulations for Wood Packaging Materials came          Treatment Requirements
into effect September 16, 2005 for the uniform regulatory            •	 	all	wood	packaging	materials	must	be	heat	treated	or	
control of wood packaging moving in international trade.                 fumigated using methyl bromide at rates specified in
   Canada has joined with the United States and Mexico in                Canadian policy D-98-08;
the staged implementation of the regulation of wood pack-            •	 	the	treated	packaging	must	be	marked	with	a	universally	
aging. As of September 16, 2005, any regulated wood pack-                recognized symbol prior to any shipments being received,
aging materials found to be non-compliant with Canadian                  or accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate with treat-
import requirements may be ordered removed from Canada.                  ment declarations as per Appendix 1 of D-98-08.
Likewise, any regulated wood packaging materials found to            •	 	the	mark	must	at	minimum	include:
be non-compliant with U.S. import requirements may be                    the IPPC symbol for treated wood packaging as repro-
ordered removed from the U.S.                                            duced here.

As of July 5, 2006 all non-compliant wood packaging will be
refused entry.

    All costs incurred in removing non-compliant wood
packaging materials from Canada or the U.S., will be the
responsibility of the person or entity in care and control
at the time of entry to Canada or the U.S. respectively.
    The import requirements cover solid wood (excluding manu-        •	 	where	XX represents the International Standards Organi-
factured wood and paper products) used in packaging, support-            zation two letter country code for the country in which
ing, protecting, bracing or carrying a commodity, including ships’       the wood packaging is produced and 000 represents the
dunnage, lumber dunnage and wooden reinforcing in cardboard              official certification number issued to the facility produc-
cartons. Wood pieces under 6 mm thickness are exempt.                    ing the compliant wood packaging by the National Plant
    Wood packaging materials manufactured from wood of                   Protection Organization and YY represents the treatment
Canadian or continental U.S. origin that have not moved                  carried out (e.g. HT for heat treated wood or MB for
internationally are exempt from the treatment and mark-                  methyl bromide treated wood).
ing requirements, when moving only between Canada and                •	 	markings	should	be	legible,	permanent	and	not	transfer-
the U.S.. However, Canadian or U.S. untreated wood that                  able (tags are not allowed), placed in a visible location on
has moved overseas is not eligible to re-enter Canada or the             at least two opposite sides of the article being certified.
United States without treatment.                                         The colors red or orange should be avoided.
    Shipments moving from Canada to the U.S. must be
accompanied by a declaration on the shipping or customs                 Any costs associated with the inspection or with
documents stating that “the wood packaging is derived from           bringing a shipment into compliance with Canadian or
trees harvested in the U.S. or Canada.”                              U.S. import requirements are the responsibility of the
    Reconditioned wood packaging materials must be treated           importer or person in care and control of the regulated
and contain the marks of the facility approved to perform the        article(s).
re-treatment.
                                                                         All	modes	of	transport	are	subject	to	the	regulations:	air,	
                                                                     rail, ship, or road.

                                                                     For more information please call 1 800 442-2342
                                                                     Or
                                                                     Canada www.inspection.gc.ca/english/plaveg/for/cwpc
                                                                     U.S.   www.cbp.gov/linkhandler/cgov/import/
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Food Safety And Trucking
Trucks transport 80%-90% of all consumer products and              2. Identifies critical control points (CCPs).These are points in
foodstuffs that move within Canada and North America.                 the food’s production from its raw state through process-
Industry forecasts point to a continued or an even greater            ing and shipping to consumption by the consumer, at
reliance on truck transportation in the future. As has been           which the identified hazards can be controlled or elimi-
mentioned, with the transportation of food comes associ-              nated.
ated hazards and handling concerns.                                3. Establishes preventive measures with critical limits for
    Although the trucking industry has not been identified as         each critical control point.
a significant source of contamination or food borne illness,       4. Establishes procedures to monitor the critical control
the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is taking a proactive            points. These procedures include determining what
approach to ensure this continues. The CTA is responding              should be monitored, how and when it will be monitored
positively to the requirements of food industry shippers that         and by whom.
have implemented food safety systems into their operations,        5. Establishes corrective actions (CAs) to be taken when
and use the services of “for-hire” trucking.                          monitoring shows that the critical limit has not been met.
                                                                   6. Establishes procedures to verify that the system is work-
HACCP                                                                 ing properly.
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points, commonly known as         7. Establishes effective record keeping to document the
HACCP (pronounced ha-sip), is a food safety self-auditing             HACCP system.
system. HACCP is a system that is preventive, not reactive,
that is identifying potential hazards associated with food that       HACCP is an internationally recognized and recom-
are most likely to cause illness and controlling or preventing     mended approach to ensure food safety, endorsed by the
those hazards. It combines up-to-date technical and scien-         Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), the National
tific information with step-by-step procedures to evaluate         Academy of Sciences, the CODEX Alimentarius Commis-
and monitor the safety of food products.                           sion (of the World Trade Organization), and the US National
                                                                   Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Food
HACCP involves seven (7) principles that:                          (NACMCF).
1. Identify potential hazards and establishes measures to
   control those hazards.                                          For more information: www.kasarcanada.com and click on
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Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Training Requirements
Guidelines for training criteria                                   of the specific categories for which training has been identi-
The following guidelines are meant to help understand the          fied as being required, yet some training may still be neces-
training requirements in Part 6 of the Transportation of Dan-      sary. For example, the classification of a company’s goods
gerous Goods Regulations, and not replace them.                    and products may be a job function in which the employee
These guidelines recognize that it is the employer who must        does not handle, offer for transport, or transport dangerous
determine if training is required in order for an employee to be   goods, but merely works with hard data that has been gath-
a trained person.                                                  ered on dangerous goods. Training on classification would be
    The guidelines indicate what Parts of the regulations          required in this case.
should be included in a person’s specific training.                    How to train employees is not mentioned in the Regula-
    Employers must give a Training Certificate to employees        tions. Training may be done through a combination of formal
who are adequately trained.                                        “in-class” training, on-the-job training, and extensive work
    Self-employed individuals must also determine if they are      experience. It is up to the employer to decide.
adequately trained and issue themselves a training certificate.    Using the Guidelines
                                                                   The guidelines are identified as A, B, C and D. Training for
Things to Remember:                                                all persons involved in the handling, offering for transport
Employees who are not trained can handle, offer for transport,     and/or transporting of dangerous goods are described in
and transport dangerous goods as long as they are doing so         Guideline”A”. This basic training is needed before moving on
under the direct supervision of a trained person.                  to the other specific groups as described in Guidelines “B”,
    Some employees may only need training in the aspects           “C”, and “D”.
of the regulations that are directly related to their work. A
tank truck driver who only transports Class 3 products, for        Training Required:
example, may only need specific training in relation to the        1. Definition of the nine classes of dangerous goods and their
transportation of Class 3 dangerous goods. In this situation, it      associated hazards;
is the employer’s responsibility to determine what constitutes     2. Shipping names, classes, UN numbers and packing
adequate training for their employees.                                groups for the dangerous goods that are normally encoun-
    There may be some job functions that do not fall into any         tered on the job;


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3. Safety marks such as labels and placards that are used to      GUIDELINE “C”: Additional training for all persons
    identify the different classes of dangerous goods that are    involved in the offering for transport of dangerous goods
    normally encountered on the job;                              Offering for Transport means:
4. Knowledge of the information that must be on a shipping        For dangerous goods not in transport, to select or to allow
    document;                                                     the selection of a carrier to transport dangerous goods; to
5. The requirements regarding mixed loads and the need for        prepare or allow the preparation of dangerous goods so that a
    segregation of incompatible dangerous goods;                  carrier can take possession of them for transport.
6. How to choose the proper means of containment for dan-
    gerous goods;                                                 Examples of Those Who Offer For Transport:
7. What to do if the shipping documents, placards, labels,        • Dispatcher
    other safety marks or means of containment seem inad-         • Clerical personnel(i.e.preparation of documents)
    equate or incorrect;                                          • Shipper
8. What constitutes an accidental release and the reporting       • Freight Forwarder
    requirements if an accident happens;                          • Biller
9. Proper use of all equipment that is used in the handling,      Training Required:
    offering for transport and/or transportation of dangerous     1. All of the requirements required for documentation except
    goods;                                                           for the location and the rail consist;
10. Dangerous goods requiring Emergency Response Assis-           2. How to communicate the special instructions and pre-
    tance Plans (ERAP).                                              cautions for the handling and/or transporting of specific
                                                                     dangerous goods while on the job;
GUIDELINE “B”: Additional training for all persons                3. Types of placards, labels, signs, numbers and other safety
involved in the handling of dangerous goods                          marks, what they mean, and when and where to display
Handling Means:                                                      them;
Loading, unloading, packing or unpacking dangerous goods          4. The proper selection and use of means of containment for
in a means of containment or transport for the purposes of, in       the dangerous goods.
the course of or following transportation, and includes storing   5. The Emergency Response Assistance Plan requirements if
them in the course of transportation.                                a plan is required.

Examples of a Person Handling Dangerous Goods:                    GUIDELINE “D”: Additional training for all persons
• Cargo Handler                                                   involved in the transporting of dangerous goods
• Lift Truck Operator                                             A person Who is Transporting Dangerous Goods means:
• Dock Worker                                                     The person who has possession of the dangerous goods
• Loader/Unloader                                                 while they are in transport.
• Receiver/Shipper
• Towmotor Operator                                               Training Required:
• Freight Handler                                                 1. Types of placards, labels, signs, numbers and other safety
• Warehouse Operator                                                 marks, what they mean, and when and where to display
• Shipper                                                            them;
                                                                  2. The location of the shipping documents and the impor-
Training Required:                                                   tance of keeping them accurate;
1. Types of placards, labels, signs, numbers and other safety     3. All parking or load and vehicle inspection regulations which
   marks, what they mean, and when and where to display              may apply.
   them;
2. A thorough knowledge of the control and emergency              This advisory notice provides a general outline of the
   features for all handling equipment used in the day-to-day     training requirements. For specific information, the Act
   activities of the job;                                         and Regulations must be consulted.
3. Safe practices on the loading and stowage of dangerous
   goods;                                                                 The Manitoba Trucking Association offers
4. When to remove placards, UN numbers and other safety                  Transportation of Dangerous Goods training
   marks;                                                                      for Employees and Instructors.
5. The proper selection and use of means of containment for
   the dangerous goods.




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Manitoba Trucking Association Specialized Training
Manitoba Trucking Association delivers a variety of specialized training for companies who ship goods,
receive goods, store goods or transport goods. Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) and Cargo
Securement are two areas of specific concern to shippers.


TRANSPORTATION of DANGEROUS GOODS (TDG) by Road
Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Certificate course (1 day)
Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations require anyone who handles, offers for transport or transports dan-
gerous goods be trained and certified to do so.
This course provides the core information required to enable employers to issue TDG certificates to their employees, whether
dock workers, supervisors, driver, dispatchers – anyone handling dangerous goods including shipping, receiving, install-
ing, transporting and more or anyone who directs the activities of those who must be certified. Certificates are valid for 36
months, subject to certain restrictions. Classes are offered by regular schedule throughout the year. In addition, classes tai-
lored to your company’s specific requirements are available.

2009 schedule                        January 8            February 5                  March 19
                                     April 9              April 28                    May 7
                                     June 4               September 17                October 15
                                     November 5           December 3



TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS - IN-HOUSE INSTRUCTOR COURSE (3 days)
This course is for new instructors of Transportation of Dangerous Goods. Participants must already have a valid TDG certifi-
cate.

2009 schedule                        March 30 - April 1   September 28 – September 30


CARGO SECUREMENT (3 hours)
Anyone responsible for the secure loading of cargo needs to be up-to-date with proper securement methods – what works
and what doesn’t! And that person must be knowledgeable about cargo securement regulations in Canada and the USA.
This course is for shippers, dock workers and drivers. Commodity specific courses are also available.

2009 schedule                        April 3              September 25                December 4




Visit our website for more training opportunities www.trucking.mb.ca
In addition to the regular schedule, many of our courses can be delivered specifically for your company, either at your site or
at the MTA office. For more information telephone (204) 632-6600 or email magibson@trucking.mb.ca




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US FDA - Prior Notice of Imported Food Shipments
When food is imported into the United States, prior notice informa-              address, and firm name and address
tion must be provided to FDA in advance of the imported food’s              •   Transmitter information (if different from the submitter): name,
arrival to the United States. Prior notice must be received and con-             telephone and fax numbers, email address, and firm name and
firmed electronically by FDA no more than 5 days before arrival and,             address
in the case of arrival by land by road, no fewer than 2 hours before        •   Entry type and CBP identifier
arrival. Prior notice must be submitted electronically.                     •   Article of Food identification, including complete FDA product
     Any individual with knowledge of the required information may               code, common or usual name or market name, estimated
submit the prior notice, including, but not limited to, brokers, import-         quantity described from the smallest package size to the larg-
ers, and U.S. agents. Prior notice applies to food for humans and                est container, and the lot or code numbers or other identifier (if
other animals that is imported or offered for import into the United             applicable)
States. “Food” is defined as articles used for food or drink for            •    Manufacturer identification
humans or animals, chewing gum, and articles used for components            •    Grower identification, if known
of any such articles.                                                       •    FDA Country of Production
                                                                            •    Shipper identification
Foods that are excluded from the prior notice requirement are:              •    Country from which the article of food is shipped
• food carried by or accompanying an individual arriving in the             •    Anticipated arrival information (location, date, and time)
   United States for that individual's personal use (i.e., for con-         •    Importer, owner, and ultimate consignee identification, except
   sumption by themselves and not for sale or other distribution);               for food trans-shipped through the United States
• food that is exported without leaving the port of arrival until           •    Carrier and mode of transportation identification
   export;                                                                  •    Planned shipment information
• meat food products, poultry products and egg products that are
   subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of              It is prudent for the Carrier to have the confirmation. To make it
   Agriculture (USDA) under the Federal Meat Inspection Act, the            easier for the carrier or individual at the port, the carrier should have
   Poultry Products Inspection Act, or the Egg Products Inspection          a copy of the confirmation, which includes a prior notice confirma-
   Act.                                                                     tion number in his/her possession. If any of the submitted required
                                                                            information changes after confirmation, then a new prior notice
FDA will issue a confirmation of prior notice to the transmitter upon       must be submitted. Food that is imported or offered for import with
successful receipt of the prior notice information. The prior notice must   inadequate prior notice is subject to refusal and holding at the port
be submitted electronically and contain the following information:          or in secure storage.
• Submitter information: name, telephone and fax numbers, email                 For more information: www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/fsbtac13.html




Bills of Lading and Rules of Carriage Regulation
Regulation 182/91 and 126/2001
Manitoba Regulation 182/91 amended                                          (a) received by the carrier at one shipping point at one time;
1 The Bills of Lading Rules of Carriage Regulation, Manitoba                (b) addressed to one consignee at one location; and
Regulation 182/91, is amended by this regulation                            (c) for which the carrier issues one bill of lading, bus bill, express
Application of regulation                                                   receipt, waybill or shipping document.
2(1) This regulation does not apply to                                      5.1(2) Unless a higher value is declared by the consignor at the time
(a) inter-municipal liveries; or                                            of shipment, the liability of a motor carrier for loss or damage to a
(b) the carriage of used household goods under the Used House-              shipment of goods during transportation is the lesser of
holds Goods                                                                 (a) the value of the goods damaged or lost; and
2(2) This regulation, except section 5.1, does not apply to passen-         (b) $50.
ger and express buses.                                                      5.1(3) A motor carrier is not be required to accept liability in excess
2(3) Section 5.1 applies only in respect of goods that are shipped          of $1,000. for loss or damage to a shipment of goods.
via passenger and express buses.                                            5.1(4) When the actual value of the loss or damage to goods in a ship-
Bill of Lading and Conditions of Carriage                                   ment exceeds its declared value of the shipment or the motor carrier’s
3 The Bill of Lading and Conditions of Carriage for the movement of         limit of liability under subsection (3), the carrier shall adjust a claim for
freight, other than live stock, within the Province of Manitoba by Public   partial loss or damage on the basis of the following formula: (Pl / Av) x L
Service Vehicles are as set out in Schedules A and B to this regulation.    In this formula,
Bill of Lading and Conditions of Carriage for livestock                     Pl is the value of partial loss;
4 The Bill of Lading and Conditions of Carriage for the movement of         Av is the actual value of the shipment; and
live stock within the Province of Manitoba by Public Service Vehicles       L is the larger of
are as set out in Schedules E and F to this regulation.                     (a) the declared value of the shipment, and
Rules of Carriage                                                           (b) the limit of liability under subsection (3).
5 The Rules of Carriage governing the movement of freight within            Repealed.
the Province of Manitoba by Public Service Vehicles are as set out in       Repeal
Schedule G.                                                                 Manitoba Regulation 179/89 is repealed.
Carrier’s limitation of liability                                           Coming into force
5.1(1) In this section, “shipment” means a consignment of up to five        8 This regulation came into force August 1, 2001.
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Conditions of Carriage: General Freight
Regulation 182/91, Schedule B. Legislation was passed effective January 2, 1996 which repealed the Manitoba Tariff of Maximum Tolls, and
the Schedule of Miscellaneous Charges.

I Application
The following provisions shall apply to all transportation of goods by                 in time for any particular market or otherwise than with due dispatch,
for-hire highway carriers licenced under the Motor Vehicle Transport Act               unless by agreement specifically endorsed on the Bill of Lading and
1987 (S.C.C 35) or under provincial statutes with the exception of the                 signed by the parties thereto.
transportation of:                                                                7. Routing by Carrier
(a) used household goods,                                                             In case of physical necessity where the carrier forwards the goods
(b) livestock,                                                                         by a conveyance that is not a licensed for-hire vehicle, the liability
(c) bus parcel express shipments,                                                      of the carrier is the same as though the entire carriage were by
(d) the personal luggage of bus passengers,                                            licensed for-hire vehicle.
(e) such other specific commodities as may be specified by provincial             8. Stoppage in Transit
     law.                                                                             Where goods are stopped and held in transit at the request of the
                                                                                       party entitled to so request, the goods are held at the risk of that
II Bill of Lading                                                                      party.
1. A Bill of Lading shall be completed as provided herein for each ship-          9. Valuation
     ment.                                                                            Subject to article 10, the amount of any loss or damage for which
2. On each article covered by the Bill of Lading, there shall be plainly               the carrier is liable, whether or not the loss or damage results from
     marked thereon by the consignor, the name of the consignee and                    negligence, shall be computed on the basis of:
     the destination thereof. This requirement does not apply in cases               (a) the value of the goods at the place and time of shipment
     where the shipment is from one consignor to one consignee and                         including the freight and other charges it paid; or
     constitutes a truckload shipment.                                               (b) where a value lower than that referred to in paragraph (a)
3. The Bill of Lading shall be signed in full (not initialled), by the con-                has been represented in writing by the consignor or has been
     signor and the carrier as an acceptance of all items and conditions                   agreed upon, such lower value shall be the maximum liability.
     contained therein.                                                           10.Maximum Liability
4. At the Option of the carrier a waybill may be prepared by the carrier              The amount of any loss or damage computed under paragraph
     and the waybill shall bear the same number or other positive means                (a) or (b) of article 9, shall not exceed $4.41 per kilogram or $2.00
     of identification as the original Bill of Lading. Under no circum-                per pound (computed on the total weight of the shipment) unless
     stances shall the waybill replace the original Bill of Lading.                    a higher value is declared on the face of the Bill of Lading by the
                                                                                       consignor.
III Conditions of Carriage                                                        11.Consignor’s Risk
1. Liability of Carrier                                                               Where it is agreed that the goods are carried at the risk of the
     The carrier of the goods herein described is liable for any loss of or            consignor of the goods, such agreement covers only risks as are
     damage to goods accepted by him or his agent except as hereinaf-                  necessarily incidental to transportation and the agreement shall not
     ter provided.                                                                     relieve the carrier from liability for loss or damage or delay which may
2. Liability of Originating and Delivering Carriers                                    result from any negligent act or omission of the carrier, his agents or
     Where a shipment is accepted for carriage by more than one carrier,               employees and the burden of proving absence from negligence shall
     the carrier issuing the Bill of Lading (hereinafter called the originating        be on the carrier.
     carrier) and the carrier who assumes responsibility for delivery to the      12.Notice of Claim
     consignee, (hereinafter called the delivering carrier), in addition to          (a) No carrier is liable for loss, damage or delay to any goods
     any other liability hereunder, are liable for any loss of or damage to                carried under the Bill of Lading unless notice thereof setting
     the goods while they are in the custody of any other carrier to whom                  out particulars of the origin. destination and date of shipment
     the goods are or have been delivered and from which liability the                     of the goods and the estimated amount claimed in respect of
     other carrier is not relieved.                                                        such loss, damage or delay is given in writing to the originat-
3. Recovery from Connecting Carrier                                                        ing carrier or the delivering carrier within sixty (60) days after
     The originating carrier or the delivering carrier, as the case may be,                the delivery of the goods, or, in the case of failure to make
     is entitled to recover from any other carrier to whom the goods are                   delivery, within nine (9) months from the date of shipment
     or have been delivered the amount of the loss or damage that the                (b) The final statement of the claim must be filed within nine (9)
     originating carrier or delivering carrier, as the case may be, may be                 months from the date of shipment together with a copy of the
     required to pay hereunder resulting from loss of or damage to the                     paid freight bill.
     goods while they were in the custody of such other carrier.                  13.Articles of Extraordinary Value
     When shipments are interlined between carriers, settlement of con-               No carrier is bound to carry any documents, specie or any articles of
     cealed damage claims shall be prorated on the basis of revenues                   extraordinary value unless by a special agreement to do so If such
     received.                                                                         goods are carried without a special agreement and the nature of
4. Remedy by Consignor or Consignee                                                    the goods is not disclosed hereon, the carrier shall not be liable for
     Nothing in articles 2 or 3 deprives a consignor or consignee of any               any loss or damage in excess of the maximum liability stipulated in
     rights he may have against any carrier.                                           article 10 above.
5. Exceptions from Liability                                                      14.Freight Charges
     The carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay to any of             (a) If required by the carrier the freight and all other charges accru-
     the goods described in the Bill of Lading caused by an Act of                         ing on the goods shall be paid before delivery and if upon
     God, the Queen’s or public enemies, riots, strikes, a defect or                       inspection it is ascertained that the goods shipped are not
     inherent vice in the goods, the act or default of the consignor,                      those described in the Bill of Lading the freight charges must
     owner or consignee, authority of law, quarantine or difference in                     be paid upon the goods actually shipped, with any additional
     weights of grain, seed, or other commodities caused by natural                        charges payable thereon.
     shrinkage.                                                                      (b) Should a consignor fail to indicate that a shipment is to move
6. Delay                                                                                   prepaid, or fail to indicate how the shipment is to move, it will
     No carrier is bound to transport the goods by any particular vehicle or               automatically move on a collect basis.

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15.Dangerous Goods                                                                18.Alterations
    Every person, whether principal or agent, shipping explosives or                  Subject to article 19, any limitation on the carrier’s liability on the
    dangerous goods without previous full disclosure to the carrier as                 Bill of Lading, and any alteration, or addition or erasure in the
    required by law, shall indemnify the carrier against all loss, damage              Bill of Lading shall be signed or initialled by the consignor or
    or delay caused thereby, and such goods may be warehoused at the                   his agent and the originating carrier or his agent and unless so
    consignor’s risk and expense.                                                      acknowledged shall be without effect.
16.Undelivered Goods                                                              19.Weights
   (a) Where, through no fault of the carrier the goods cannot be                     It shall be the responsibility of the consignor to show correct
        delivered, the carrier shall immediately give notice to the                    shipping weights of the shipment on the Bill of Lading. Where
        consignor and consignee that delivery has not been made, and                   the actual weight of the shipment does not agree with the weight
        shall request disposal instructions.                                           shown on the Bill of Lading, the weight shown thereon is subject to
   (b) Pending receipt of such disposal instructions,                                  correction by the carrier.
       (i) The goods may be stored in the warehouse of the carrier,               20.C.O.D. Shipments
            subject to a reasonable charge for storage, or                        (a) A carrier shall not deliver a C.O.D. shipment unless payment is
       (ii) Provided that the carrier has notified the consignor of his inten-         received in full.
            tion, the goods may be removed to, and stored in, a public or         (b) The charge for collecting and remitting the amount of C.O.D. bills
            licensed warehouse at the expense of the consignor, without                for C.O.D. shipments, must be collected from the consignee
            liability on the part of the carrier, and subject to a lien for all        unless the consignor has otherwise so indicated and instructed
            freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge            on the Bill of Lading.
            for storage.                                                          (c) A carrier shall remit all C.O.D. monies to the consignor or person
17.Return of Goods                                                                     designated by him within 15 days after collection.
    Where notice has been given by the carrier pursuant to article 16a,           (d) A carrier shall keep all C.O.D. monies separate from other rev-
    and no disposal instructions have been received within 10 days from                enues/funds of his business in a separate trust fund or account.
    the day of such notice, the carrier may return to the consignor at            (e) A carrier shall include as a separate item in his schedule of rates the
    the consignor’s expense, all undelivered shipments for which such                  charges for collecting and remitting money paid by consignees.
    notice has been given.




Conditions of Carriage (Livestock Bill of Lading)
Schedule “F” of Regulation 182/91

Section 1. The Carrier of any of the goods herein described shall be                 shall be computed on the basis of the value of the goods at the
   liable for any loss thereof or damage thereto except as hereinaf-                 place and time of shipment under this bill of lading (including the
   ter provided.                                                                     freight and other charges if paid) unless a lower value has been
Section 2. In the case of shipments from one point in Manitoba to                    represented in writing by the shipper or has been agreed upon,
   another point in Manitoba, the Carrier issuing this bill of lading,               in any of which events such lower value shall be the amount to
   in addition to its other liability hereunder, shall be liable for any             govern such computation whether or not such loss or damage
   loss, damage or injury to such goods from which the other Car-                    occurs from negligence.
   rier is not by the terms of this bill of lading relieved, caused by               When the goods are carried at owner’s risk such conditions are
   or resulting from the act, neglect or default of any other Carrier                intended to cover only such risks as are necessarily incidental
   to which such goods may be delivered in Manitoba, or over                         to transportation and shall not relieve the Carrier from liability for
   whose motor vehicle route or routes such goods may pass in                        any loss, damage or delay which may result from any negligence
   Manitoba, the onus of proving that such loss was not so caused                    or omission of the Carrier, its agents or employees and the
   or did not so result being upon the Carrier issuing this bill of                  burden of proving freedom from such negligence or omission
   lading. The Carrier issuing this bill of lading shall be entitled to              shall be on the Carrier.
   recover from the other Carrier on whose motor vehicle route or                    Notice of loss, damage or delay must be made in writing to the
   routes the loss, damage or injury to the said goods shall have                    Carrier at point of delivery, or to the Carrier at the point of origin,
   been sustained the amount of such loss, damage or injury as it                    within two months after delivery of the goods or in case of
   may be required to pay hereunder as may be evidenced by any                       failure to make delivery, then within two months after all reason-
   receipt, judgement or transcript thereof. Nothing in this section                 able time for delivery has elapsed. Unless notice is so given the
   shall deprive the holder of this bill of lading or party entitled to              Carrier shall not be liable.
   the goods of any remedy or right of action which he may have                      Any Carrier or party liable on account of loss or damage to any
   against the Carrier issuing this bill of lading or any other Carrier.             of said goods, on reimbursing to the insured the premium paid
Section 3. The Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay                 in respect thereof, shall have the full benefit of any insurance
   to any of the goods herein described, caused by the Act of God,                   that may have been effected upon or on account of said goods,
   the King’s or public enemies, riots, strikes, defect or inherent                  so far as this shall not avoid the policies or contracts of Insur-
   vice in the goods, or the act or default of the shipper or owner,                 ance.
   the authority of law, or by quarantine.                                        Section 5. No Carrier shall be bound to carry any documents,
Section 4. No Carrier is bound to transport said goods by any                        specie or any article of extraordinary value unless a special
   particular motor vehicle or in time for any particular market or                  agreement to do so (the duty of obtaining such special agree-
   otherwise than with due dispatch, unless by specific agreement                    ment to be on the Carrier when the nature of goods is disclosed
   endorsed hereon. Every Carrier in case of physical necessity,                     herein) and a stipulated value of the articles is endorsed hereon
   shall have the right to forward said goods by any conveyance or                   If such goods are carried without a special agreement and the
   route between the point of shipment and the point of destina-                     nature of the goods is not disclosed hereon the Carrier shall not
   tion; but if such diversion be from a motor vehicle to any other                  be liable for any loss or damage thereto.
   conveyance the liability of the Carrier shall be the same as                   Section 6. The owner or consignee shall pay the freight and all other
   though the entire carriage were by motor vehicle.                                 charges accruing on said goods, and, if required, shall pay the
   The amount of any loss or damage for which any Carrier is liable                  same before delivery. If upon inspection it is ascertained that the


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Conditions of Carriage (Livestock Bill of Lading) continued
   goods shipped are not those described in this bill of lading, the          warehoused at owner’s risk and exposure, or destroyed without
   freight charges must be paid upon the goods actually shipped,              compensation.
   with any additional penalties payable thereon.                          Section 8. Any alteration, addition or erasure in this bill of lading
Section 7. Every party, whether principal or agent, shipping explo-           shall be signed or initialed in the margin by an agent of the
   sives or dangerous articles without previous full written disclo-          Carrier issuing the same, and if not so signed or initialed shall
   sure to the Carrier or its agent of their nature, shall be liable for      be without effect, and this bill of lading shall be enforceable
   all loss or damage caused thereby, and such goods may be                   according to its original tenor.




Transporting Livestock by Truck
You must not                                                                   If you truck livestock within, out of, or into Canada, you must
• transport a sick or injured animal where undue suffering will            follow the Regulations of the Animal Disease and Protection Act.
  result, or when the animal is liable to give birth.                      This pamphlet is a convenient summary of the Regulations that you
• continue to transport an animal that is injured, becomes ill, or is      can keep in your vehicle at all times. It is not an official document.
  otherwise unfit to travel.
• beat an animal on loading or unloading, except with an approved          You must
  goad or prod.                                                            • segregate animals of different species, of substantially different
• load or unload animals in a way that would cause injury or undue            weights and ages, or if incompatible by nature.
  suffering.                                                               • allow animals to stand in a natural position.
• crowd animals to such an extent as to cause injury or undue suf-         • provide for drainage and absorption of urine.
  fering.                                                                  • either strew the vehicle with sand or have the vehicle fitted with
• transport animals if injury or suffering is likely to be caused by          safe footholds in addition to adequate bedding.
  inadequate construction of the vehicle, insecure fittings, undue         • ensure that animals unloaded for feed, water and rest remain at
  exposure to the weather or inadequate ventilation.                          least 5 hours.
• use ramps, gangplanks or chutes that are inadequately con-               • ensure that transported calves too young to exist on hay and
  structed or maintained and would be likely to cause injury or               grain are provided with suitable food and water at intervals of not
  undue suffering to the animals.                                             more than 18 hours.
• confine horses, poultry or swine in a motor vehicle for longer than      • keep the following record, if engaged in extra-provincial or inter-
  36 hours.                                                                   national transportation: name and address of shipper; name and
• confine cattle, sheep, goats, or other ruminants in a motor vehicle         address of driver; name and address of consignee; number and
  for longer than 48 hours unless they can reach their final destina-         description of livestock; registration number of motor vehicle; time
  tion in 52 hours.                                                           and place loaded; time and place of feed, water and rest; time
• load an animal for a trip of more than 24 hours without 5 hours of          unloaded at destination.
  rest with food and water available.                                      • keep these records for 2 years, and make them available to an
                                                                              inspector on demand.
The Regulations require that you keep your vehicle reasonably clean            If you would like more information, contact the local office under
and sanitary at all times. You must also clean and disinfect it when-      Government of Canada, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, or visit
ever a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) inspector asks you           the MTA office to view the Government Guidelines in their “Recom-
to.                                                                        mended code of practice for the care and handling of farm animals
    Remember, every animal transported by motor vehicle may be             – Transportation”, or refer to the Canadian Agri-Food Research
inspected at any time by a CFIA inspector.                                 Council’s web site: www.carc.crac.ca




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Manitoba Bill of Lading




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Livestock Bill of Lading
  Schedule “E” of Regulation 182/91

  Form of Livestock Bill of Lading approved by The Highway Traffic and Motor Transport Board. To be issued in Triplicate




  Livestock Bill of Lading No. _____________________________________
  Not Negotiable
     Place __________________________________________________________ Date ___________________________ 20 _________

           Received at the address shown, from the shipper mentioned below on the above date, the livestock herein
           described in apparent good condition (except as may be noted) to be delivered at the point designated to the said
           consignee. SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS ON THE BACK HEREOF




             FROM:               Shipper’s Name ___________________________________________________
                                 Address __________________________________________________________


             TO:                 Consignee _______________________________________________________
                                 Destination ______________________________________________________


                                 Owner’s livestock marking should be placed below.



             No. Head:           CATTLE __________________________________________________________
                                 CALVES __________________________________________________________
                                 HOGS ___________________________________________________________
                                 SHEEP___________________________________________________________


             Rate per 45.35 kilograms (100 pounds) ________________ Total Charges_______________



             Signed by Shipper ____________________________________________________________
             Signed by Receiver ____________________________________________________________


             Signed by Trucker _____________________________________________________________
             Address              ________________________________________________________________
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Canadian Trucking Association National Freight Claims Manual
Table of contents
Introduction .................................................................................107     Investigation and settlement of claims .......................................109
                                                                                                      Loss and damage claim apportionment ....................................109
Principles and practices ............................................................107              Recording and reporting exceptions developed
                                                                                                        by checking ............................................................................110
General claims procedures .......................................................107                  Handling of astray and over freight ...........................................110
 Receipt & acknowledgement of claims ......................................108                        Reporting refused freight at destination ....................................110
 Investigation of cargo claims .....................................................108               Apportionment of claims where equipment interchanges ............ 110
   a. O.S. & D ..............................................................................108
   b. Inspection reports...............................................................108          Appendices
   c. Photographs .......................................................................108        ‘A’ Standard Bill of Lading ............................................................111
                                                                                                    ‘B-1’ Inspection Report for Loss or Damage ................................114
Loss and damage freight claims rules .....................................109                       ‘B’ Standard Form for Presentation of Loss and Damage
 Required delivery procedure ......................................................109                  Claims .....................................................................................115
 Papers and documents in support of claims .............................109                         ‘C’ Litigation Procedures ..............................................................116
                                                                                                    ‘D’ Arbitration Procedures .............................................................117



Introduction
The intention of this manual is to provide a uniform guide for consist-                                 Nobody profits from a claim! This makes it increasingly essential
ent investigation and settlement of cargo claims on motor carrier                                   that efforts at voluntary settlements between carriers and claimants
shipments anywhere within canada.                                                                   proceed from the practical rules contained in this manual. By adopt-
    Cargo claims constitute a difficult and expensive problem for                                   ing these procedures and principles, it can be anticipated that the
everyone involved. Claims generally represent lost sales, customer                                  cost, delay and annoyance of litigation will be reduced.
dissatisfaction, additional administrative cost, loss of profit, and
more often than not, much inconvenience and frustration for both
shippers and carriers. It is in everyone’s interest to control the fre-                             Principles and practices
quency and cost of claims. It is essential that carriers who have not                               The purpose of these principles and practices are, insofar as may
done so develop an effective claims prevention program.                                             lawfully be accomplished:
    However, when a freight claim does develop, it must be dealt                                    — To obtain uniformity on the part of all carriers and uniform treat-
with by the carrier and the claimant together as quickly, justly, and as                                 ment of all claimants in the disposition of claims;
reasonably as possible in a spirit of mutual understanding and coop-                                — To secure and preserve harmonious relationships in claims matters
eration .                                                                                                between carriers, and between carriers and their customers;
    While the information contained in this manual may be used as                                   — To maintain a prompt and efficient service to the public in the
a basis for decision on the part of cargo claims personnel, there are                                    investigation and disposition of freight claims.
two other factors which also play a vital role in the efficient resolu-                                 It is recommended that the principles and practices contained in
tion of cargo claims. These very important factors are discretion and                               this manual be observed by all carriers in the investigation and dispo-
common sense.                                                                                       sition of freight claims.
                                                                                                        No claim should be paid contrary to these principles and practices
What is a claim?                                                                                    except on the written advice of the carrier’s solicitor to the effect
A claim is a demand for compensation by a claimant to a carrier for                                 that, for the reasons stated therein, the claim cannot be successfully
the loss, damage or delay to goods which is alleged to have been                                    defended, or as the result of a judgement by a court of competent
caused by that carrier. The carrier, however, shall not be liable for loss,                         jurisdiction.
damage or delay unless notice to this effect is given, in writing, either                               When a claim which involves payment is in conflict with any of
                                                                                                    the following principles and practices and is referred to a solicitor for
at the point of origin of the shipment or at the point of delivery.
                                                                                                    ruling on a carrier’s legal liability, the letter of transmittal should quote,
    There are two other requirements lawfully prescribed in Canada                                  for the benefit of counsel, the principle or practice involveded, and
which must be observed by claimants in order to validate a notice                                   indicate that the payment of the claim would be in conflict with such
in writing. First, the written notice must contain the particulars of the                           principle or practice. In the adjustment of claims with claimants, where
origin, destination, date of shipment, and the estimated amount of the                              any of the principles and practices are a factor in the adjustment, any
claim with respect to the loss, damage or delay. Second, the notice                                 settlement made must be a full and final settlement, and in complete
must be given to the origin or destination carrier within 60 days after                             satisfaction of the claim, or claims, in question.
delivery, or, in the case of failure to make delivery, within nine months
of the date of shipment.
    An exception notation on a delivery receipt does not constitute                                 General claims procedure
                                                                                                    1. Receipt and acknowledgement of claims:
notice of claim. Notice of loss, damage, or delay, shall be given in writ-
                                                                                                    Receipt of claims should be acknowledged by the carrier immedi-
ing on-other than the carrier’s own documents.                                                      ately. Claim acknowledgements should include:
    It is important to appreciate that notice conditions, with their time                           1. The date of receipt of the claim.
limitations and other requirements, are not designed to frustrate the                               2. The name and address of the claimant.
efforts of the parties to reach an amicable solution. On the contrary,                              3. The amount of the claim (or an estimate).
time and effort are saved by adhering to regulatory procedures devel-                               4. The carrier’s claim number.
oped from long experience in the construction of the law.                                           5. The claimant’s claim or file number (if available).


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6. A request for any supporting documentation which may have been                       damage would have been evident at the time of delivery. If it
   omitted by the claimant in the claim presentation.                                   is the inspector’s opinion that the damage would have been
   eg. — A paid pro bill                                                                evident upon delivery, the consignee must provide a reason why
        — A copy of the original bill of lading                                         the proof of delivery was signed clear. If no satisfactory reason
        — A copy of the original proof of                                               is given, then it is reasonable for the carrier to assume that the
              delivery                                                                  damage occurred after delivery, in which case the claim should
        — A certified copy of the original                                              not be honoured. The carrier’s reluctance to participate in the
              invoice or photocopy                                                      adjustment of a concealed damage claim is understandable
        — Etc.                                                                          when the inspection has shown that the damage was apparent.
7. A specific request that any supporting information required by the           (iv) the inspector should indicate whether or not the packing mate-
   carrier on the acknowledgement be forwarded immediately.                             rial is available for examination. Without it, there is usually no
8. Some indication that the claim is undergoing investigation.                          evidence that the damage occurred while the shipment was in
                                                                                        the carrier’s possession. Shipping containers should be exam-
    At the same time the claim is acknowledged, it should be recorded                   ined very carefully for such things as proper compliance with
in a “claim register”. The “claim register” should include:                             box manufacturers’ load specifications, crease marks, and cuts
    1.     The name of the claimant.                                                    in the container which correspond to the area of damage on the
    2.     The amount of the claim.                                                     goods, etc. Information regarding packing requirements is avail-
    3.     The claimant’s claim number.                                                 able in the applicable freight tariff classification.
    4.     The carrier’s pro number.                                            (v) the inspector should ensure that he indicates the type of item
    5.     The carrier’s claim number.                                                  or items which are damaged, in the appropriate space on the
                                                                                        inspection report.
     It is also recommended that a separate file be opened on each new          (vi) the inspector should be very explicit in reporting both the nature
claim and assigned a “claim number”. The claim number on the particular                 and extent of the damage. Photographs are invaluable for
file should then be recorded on the carrier’s delivery report, or proof of              recording such information.
delivery, in order to avoid duplication.                                        (vii) serial numbers, part numbers, waybill or invoice numbers, or any
                                                                                        other information which clearly identifies the particular damaged
2. Investigation of cargo claims:                                                       item(s) as part of the shipment, should definitely be recorded.
A) Overage, Shortage and Damage reports (O.S.&D.)                               (viii) any information relating to the handling of the shipment after deliv-
These are internal documents widely used by carriers of our industry                    ery by the carrier should be recorded since this type of informa-
and are most helpful in the investigation of a claim. The purpose of O.S.               tion is vital to the person who will ultimately make the decision on
& D. Reports is to record any O.S.&D., in either count or condition, at                 liability for the carrier.
a particular stage in the transportation of a shipment from its origin to       (ix) the inspector should determine and record whether or not the
its ultimate destination. These O.S. & D. Reports should contain such                   shipment moved under “released valuation”; he should also
information as:                                                                         record the actual weight of the damaged goods.
— The name of the shipper and point of origin.                                  (x) it is important to determine whether the goods had prior trans-
— The name of the consignee and point of destination.                                   portation or warehousing, or were manufactured at a point other
— The description of the commodity.                                                     than the point of shipment. It should be determined whether or
— The nature of the exception (i.e. The number of pieces short or                       not the damaged item(s) is (are) repairable and, if so, at what
     damaged and description of the damage).                                            estimated cost.
— The point at which the exception was first noticed.                           (xi) the potential salvage value of an item(s) should be estimated
— Etc.                                                                                  since this gives the claims department some idea of the cost of
    At least one copy of the O.S. & D. Report should be forwarded to the                the potential claim. Regardless of responsibility, it is desirable
claims department and filed for easy retrieval in the event of a claim. Obvi-           that the consignee concern himself with salvage considerations
ously, the existence of an O.S. & D. Report on a shipment in which a claim              particularly where such action would prevent further deteriora-
is submitted, will make the decision on liability that much easier. O.S. & D.           tion .
Reports are beneficial during a tracing operation as well as in any claim       (xii) all claims inspections should be made within one week of the ini-
prevention program.                                                                     tial notification from the consignee. Any employee or representa-
                                                                                        tive of a carrier, who performs a claims inspection on behalf of the
B) Inspection reports:                                                                  claims department, should be well cautioned:
Inspections for concealed damage are very important. Inspections can            a) to answer all of the questions on the “inspection report” as
also be made for pilferage or noted loss and damage. What is needed is                  objectively as possible; and
reliable, factual evidence, regardless of category. On this basis, it will be   b) to make no commitments on liability since these decisions
understood that while the emphasis is placed upon the determination                     should be the sole responsibility and prerogative of the claims
of responsibility for concealed damage, the methods and procedures                      department.
recommended have an overall application. Ultimately, the carrier must           (xiii)the request for, or completion of, the inspection report does not
look to the inspection report for information leading to the assignment of              constitute a notice of claim by the claimant, or acceptance of
responsibility, in the majority of cases.                                               liability by the carrier. The carrier’s inspection form should clearly
(i)   the date of shipment, when compared to the date of delivery,                      state this to avoid confusion by the claimant.
      can be an indication as to whether or not the shipment might              (xiv) the inspection may be waived by the carrier in view of the amount
      have been exposed to “unusual handling”. A shipment which is                      involved, the remoteness of the terminal, the type of commodity,
      delivered weeks after it originated may not have been handled                     or the carrier’s familiarity with the customer. It should be noted,
      in the proper manner; it may have been mistreated as a result of                  however, that the decision to waive the inspection may be con-
      unnecessary handling before delivery was ultimately made.                         sidered justifiable reason for refusal, by the connecting carrier, to
(ii) the date on which the consignee requested an inspection should                     prorate the claim.
      always be compared with the date of delivery of the shipment. A           C) Photographs:
      delay on the part of the consignee in reporting concealed dam-            One of the most important pieces of evidence may be photos of the dam-
      ages may be a good indication that the shipment was subjected             aged item and/or its shipping container. Of course, this would not neces-
      to additional handling after delivery; the damage may have                sarily be recommended procedure for the general “run of the mill” type
      resulted from mishandling by the employees of the consignee.              of cargo claim; however, on anything unusual or potentially expensive,
(iii) much care must be taken in determining whether or not the                 photographs can be invaluable.


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Loss and Damage Freight Claims Rules                                                   Connecting carriers will respond to, or furnish the specific informa-
                                                                                   tion requested by the investigating carrier within thirty days.
Required delivery procedures                                                           No carrier shall pay a claim, or otherwise prejudice a connecting
Rule 1 — the carrier who delivers freight to a consignee must require that         carrier’s position with respect to the exemptions from the carrier’s
the consignee sign the delivery receipt acknowledging that the freight was         liability on the bill of lading.
received in good order, except as noted. The consignee must check the                  When a participating carrier gives notice over the personal signature
freight and note on the delivery receipt any exceptions. The carrier should        of an officer that it will defend suit rather than concur in settlement of a
instruct its drivers to refuse to permit consignees imprinting or writing on       claim, such notice will be respected (see litigation procedures).
the delivery receipt any exception not of a specific nature (eg. Subject to            Carriers are not permitted to adjust freight interline accounts to offset
inspection, etc.)                                                                  a claim (i.e. Contras) until an investigation of the claim has been com-
Rule 2 — when a package appears to have been pilfered, a joint inven-              pleted and respective liability has been established.
tory shall be made by the carrier and the consignee immediately in order           Rule 10 — when a claim investigation is completed and responsibility
to determine the remaining contents and weight of the package.                     has been established, the carrier which has investigated and paid the
Rule 3 — when damage to contents of a shipping container is discovered             claim shall apportion amounts due from other connecting carriers in
by the consignee, which could not have been determined at the time of              accordance with the appropriate rule or rules.
delivery, it must be reported by the consignee to the delivering carrier           Rule 11 — in the disposition of a pro-ratable claim no charge shall be
upon discovery and a request for inspection by the carrier’s representative        made against another carrier whose proportion after allowance of any
made. Notice of loss or damage and a request for inspection may be given           salvage credits is less than $10.00.
by telephone or in person, but, in either event, must be confirmed in writ-        Rule 12 — all carriers shall, in disposing of damaged merchandise or
ing. If more than fifteen days pass (or as the original bill of lading or tariff   granting allowances therefor, exercise all reasonable effort in the best
indicates) between delivery of the shipment by the carrier and the report          judgement possible under the circumstances, to secure the maximum
of loss or damage, it is incumbent upon the consignee to offer reasonable          amount obtainable for the damaged merchandise in order to mitigate
evidence to the carrier’s representative when inspection is made that the          the loss of all concerned. The salvaging carrier will be expected to
loss or damage was not incurred through some error or omission on the              reveal the amount realized from the disposition or sale of the salvage.
part of the consignee after delivery of the shipment by the carrier. While         Rule 13(a) — when the paying carrier has completed settlement of a pro-
awaiting an inspection by the carrier, the consignee must hold the shipping        ratable claim arising out of a shipment handled jointly by three or more
container and its contents in the same condition as they were in when the          carriers, the following procedure shall be used:
damage was discovered, insofar as it is possible to do so.                             The paying carrier shall deduct from the amount of payment of the
Rule 4 — shortage from a package delivered to the consignee without                claim its share of the liability and shall bill its immediate connection in
exception, when based only upon the consignee’s failure to find the entire         the route of movement for the remaining balance of the amount of the
invoice quantity in the package or packages, shall not be regarded as a            claim payment, including the proportions of all other connecting carri-
responsibility of the carrier, unless subsequent investigation develops that       ers.
the loss occurred with the carrier.                                                    The connecting carrier, when thus billed, shall promptly remit to
Rule 5 — when a package bears evidence of damage an inventory of                   the paying carrier the full amount so charged, deduct its proportion of
the contents shall be made jointly before delivery or immediately upon             the liability and pass the balance on to the next carrier in the route of
receipt by the consignee and carrier. Similarly, on an interchange of              movement.
freight between carriers an examination shall be performed.                        Rule 13(b) — when responsibility for a claim not pro-ratable is definitely
Rule 6 — the failure of the consignee to comply with the foregoing                 attributable to a carrier other than the immediate connecting carrier,
rules shall be regarded as indicating complete delivery of freight by              the paying carrier shall bill the responsible carrier directly, and the claim
carrier in good order.                                                             documentation shall not pass through the hands of any intermediate
Rule 7 — the consignee shall retain containers and damaged mer-                    carriers which are not participating in the payment of the claim.
chandise on shipments found to have damage until liability has been
established. When liability is established and settlement arranged,                Loss and damage claim apportionment
carriers may take possession of the salvage or require appropriate                 Rule 14(a) — when a pro-rata settlement is indicated between motor
adjustments in lieu.                                                               carriers, or between motor carriers and other modes of transport, the
                                                                                   settlement shall be apportioned on the basis of revenue.
Papers and documents in support of claims                                          Rule 14(b) — claims shall be pro-rated on the basis of revenue from
Rule 8(a) — prior to paying a claim the carrier shall, unless otherwise            the last point where the shipment checked in complete and in good
provided for in these rules, require that it be supported by one or more           order to the point at which the loss or damage was discovered. No
of the following:                                                                  investigation, other than the development of the above record, shall be
(i) the original bill of lading                                                    permitted.
(ii) the original paid freight bill                                                Rule 14(c) — a prerequisite to the payment of claims for concealed loss
(iii) the consignee’s copy of the freight bill                                     or concealed damage, except when recovered by legal process, shall
(iv) any other carrier document bearing record of loss or damage if the            be complete evidence from the claimant indicating when and where
      loss or damage notation is not shown on the freight bill                     the goods were packed, that the goods were packed in the manner
(v) the original invoice, certified copy thereof or photocopy                      claimed, was complete and in an undamaged condition at the time of
(vi) the statement of claim                                                        delivery to the carrier at the point of the shipment, that it was prop-
Rule 8(b) — to facilitate handling, it is required that each claim file            erly safeguarded at destination by the consignee or his agent against
be given a claim number by the carrier to which the claim has been                 damage or pilferage, and that no such loss or damage occurred while
presented, and the same procedure shall be followed by other carriers              the property was in the possession or control of the con signee or his
to which the claim may be referred. Carriers shall quote each other’s              agent.
claim number, if it is known, in all claims communications.                        Rule 14(d) — claims for concealed loss or damage to freight identified
                                                                                   as having been imported from outside continental north america, and
Investigation and settlement of claims                                             not opened until after final delivery, shall be settled on the basis of the
Rule 9 — the carrier to which the claim is presented shall acknowl-                pro-rated mileage. Said mileage shall be computed on the basis of the
edge receipt of the claim to the claimant quoting his claim number, if             overseas point of origin to the ultimate destination. The highway car-
known, or the date and the amount of the claim, as well as the carrier’s           rier’s share so determined shall be pro-rated on a revenue basis. Claims
assigned claim number under which the investigation will be conducted.             for shortage from a properly sealed overseas shipping container should
   Claims properly presented by the claimant shall be investigated,                not be accepted.
and the carrier liability established by the carrier to which the claim has        Rule 14(e) — if liability is accepted on claims for concealed loss or
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dling and which has not been opened for inspection prior to final trans-            shall make reasonable efforts to determine ownership.
portation by the motor carrier, the claim should be settled on , the basis          Rule 26 — when a shipment of which the “over” freight is a part has
of a handling pro-rate from the first shipping point to final destination           been identified, the “over” freight shall be forwarded to the proper
(including shipper, motor carriers, intermediate warehouse, and con-                destination on an “astray” bill. Delivery shall only be effected upon the
signee). The total portion allocated to the motor carriers in this manner           presentation of the original bill of lading or other proof of ownership.
will be divided among the carriers on the basis of a revenue pro-rate.                   If the “over” freight cannot be otherwise identified, it shall be
Rule 14(f) — vague, general exceptions such as “rattling”, “bad order”              opened and inventoried for description and quantity for possible trac-
or other indefinite exceptions shall not be given at the time freight is            ing by the shipper and/or consignee and held for proof of ownership.
interchanged between connecting carriers. If any apparent basis for an                   ”Over” freight shall be forwarded “free astray” to the carrier whose
exception exists, an exact inventory of the exception portion shall be              records disclose a shortage. Before the overage is forwarded, however,
taken at the time of interchange and exact existing conditions endorsed             the carrier reporting the shortage shall furnish a certified copy of its
on the delivery receipt. If the original or intermediate carrier accepts            billing as proof of ownership. Connecting lines should accept any such
a vague, general notation on its delivery receipt at the time freight is            “astray” freight and forward it by the most direct route via the carrier
interchanged, it shall be liable for the full amount of the loss or damage          designated in the billing, even though its records may not show how
found to exist at the time of ultimate delivery to the consignee, unless by         the shipment was originally handled.
some clear evidence the loss or damage subsequent to interchange can                     Carriers who are dealing with an overage shall ensure that, when-
be clearly charged to the receiving carrier.                                        ever practical, it bears the full name and address of the shipper and
Rule 15 — when the amount paid in settlement of a claim for loss or                 consignee as revealed by the foregoing investigation before tendering it
damage includes the freight revenue accruing on the loss, or damaged                to another carrier. All confusing marks shall be erased. The carrier who
portion of the shipment, a carrier receiving unearned revenue may be                effects delivery of “over” freight to a consignee is expected to assume
charged such unearned revenue. The balance of the amount of the rev-                the responsibility for collecting sufficient charges to protect all other
enue shall be pro-rated between interested carriers on the same basis               interested carriers. This may be necessary to maintain the integrity of
as the loss or damaged portion of the claim is pro-rated.                           any applicable rates and charges. It is necessary to conform to customs
Rule 16 — on intermodal shipments the liability of carriers for loss or             regulations prior to the implementation of this rule.
damage, other than concealed, shall be determined by the transfer
record between carriers.                                                            Reporting refused freight at destination
Rule 17 — deleted.                                                                  Rule 27(a) — when non-perishable freight is refused at destination,
Rule 18 — loss or damage resulting from the error of an employee or neg-            such refusal shall be reported within five days (sundays and legal holi-
ligence on the part of a carrier, shall be charged to the carrier which is at       days not included) to the shipper, consignee and connecting carriers.
fault, unless contributory negligence is established, in which case the loss        Rule 27(b) — a “notice of refusal” shall show the reason for nondeliv-
or damage shall be apportioned between the carriers at fault in accordance          ery.
with rule 14(a).                                                                    Failure to comply with rule 27(a) and 27(b) may render the delinquent
Rule 19 — loss or damage attributable to a cartage company when                     carrier negligent and responsible for the payment of a subsequent
acting as an agent of the carrier shall be charged to such carrier. Carrier         claim by another carrier under its legal liability.
has right to recovery from the cartage company.                                     Rule 28 — explosives and other dangerous goods which may be
Rule 20 — at the option of the paying carrier, on an interline claim for            subject to special regulations must be handled accordingly, but for the
loss of an entire package(s), except when recovered by legal process, a             general purpose of freight claims adjustment, rule 27 shall govern.
statement may be required from the destination carrier and consignee                Rule 29 — in the event of litigation involving one or more carriers and a
confirming that the goods have not been received from any source.                   claimant, refer to appendix “c”.

Recording and reporting exceptions developed by checking                            Apportionment of claims where equipment interchanges
Rule 21 — package freight must be checked during transfer and a                     Rule 30(a) — in the absence of a specific agreement between all
record of any exception placed on the freight bill or, by agreement                 highway carriers, claims arising out of the interchange of trailers shall
between carriers, a record maintained at point of such exception. This              be apportioned under this section.
record must show the date, name of the carrier and all exceptions and               Rule 30(b) — when carrier liability has been established, and when
will be the evidence which establishes the point at which the shortage or           the records show that the freight on an interchanged vehicle was
damage was discovered. Failure to show such exceptions shall render                 checked and loaded in full and in good order by the loading carrier and
the receiving carrier liable for any loss or damage developed by the next           unloaded by destination carrier, or loaded by shipper and unloaded
subsequent check, unless it is shown that such loss or damage existed               by destination carrier, or loaded by carrier and unloaded by consignee
prior to such failure. Overages must be reported within two days of                 and moved under perfect seal record, claim for shortage of a package
discovery to the loading point, or to the general office of the carrier from        or visible shortage from a package, responsibility for which cannot be
which the freight is received.                                                      located, shall adjust on the basis of 50°/O to the loading carrier and
Rule 22 — a notation of shortage or damage which has been made on a                 50°/O to the unloading carrier. Intermediate carriers having clear seal
freight bill at an intermediate, transfer or checking point shall not be carried    records will not participate in the claim.
forward on the bill of subsequent interline carriers. However, if the short-        Rule 30(c) — when one or more participating carriers have an imper-
age or damage is confirmed at the time of delivery, it is permissible for the       fect seal record they should assume full responsibility for the loss on an
delivering carrier’s agent to endorse the delivery copies of the bill. All of the   equal basis.
above is subject to customs regulations governing international traffic.            Rule 30(d) — claims for concealed loss or damage or for visible
Rule 23 — the provisions of rule 21 as regards reporting do not                     damage, where responsibility cannot be determined, should be pro-
apply to perishable freight checking “over”. Such shipments shall be                rated under rule 14(a).
immediately, reported to the shipper, consignee and connecting car-                 Rule 30(e) — equipment should be inspected while empty before load-
riers requesting disposal instructions. Meanwhile, the goods should                 ing by the carrier furnishing the equipment and, if necessary, properly
be placed in a protective environment at the risk and expense of the                cleaned and placed in good condition so loss of, or damage to, freight
owner immediately in order to minimize any loss or damage.                          will not result from any defects in the equipment, or by filth, waste, oil,
Rule 24 — when destination addresses on freight are found to differ                 grease, or anything else liable to cause loss of or damage to freight.
from those on the bill of lading, the property shall be held and imme-              This inspection shall be governed by the kind of freight to be loaded
diate notice given to the shipper in an effort to ascertain the correct             and its susceptibility to loss or damage. Inspection shall be carried out
destination.                                                                        at the point of loading, but if operating conditions render this impracti-
                                                                                    cal, equipment may be inspected at the yard or terminal from which
Handling of astray and over freight                                                 the equipment is dispatched for loading, provided that the movement
Rule 25 — a carrier holding freight for which documentation is missing              from such dispatch point to the point of loading is without intermedi-

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ate loading or use. The carrier furnishing the equipment should keep          loss or damage, the apparent cause, whether the defects are old, and
a permanent record showing that the equipment was inspected,                  when the equipment was last loaded.
the name of the person making the inspection, and the condition of            Rule 30(h) — when the cargo is shipped under protective services,
the equipment. Loss or damage resulting from a failure to properly            claims for shortage shall be adjusted between participating carri-
inspect, clean and repair equipment shall be charged to the carrier at        ers under paragraphs (b) and (c). Claims for damage due to delay, or
fault. When the physical facts developed by inspection at destination         resulting from a failure in the protective service, shall be adjusted on
or enroute proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the equipment was            the basis of negligence as revealed by investigation, unless otherwise
not so inspected, repaired or cleaned, such facts shall govern.               agreed, in writing, by the interested carriers.
Rule 30(f) — where damage to freight results from leakage of the              Rule 30(i) — when a check at the point where the unit breaks bulk
vehicle, claims for such damage shall be pro-rated on a revenue               reveals “over”, short or damaged freight, such exception shall be
basis, unless the facts indicate that the loading carrier knew, or by a       reported promptly in writing to the loading carrier, if known, otherwise
reasonable inspection could have ascertained, that the vehicle was            to the unloading carrier’s immediate connection. In the event the
defective.                                                                    carrier notified is an intermediate carrier, or is other than the carrier
Rule 30(g) — if the loss or damage is alleged to have occurred due            actually performing the loading, the carrier who is notified shall assume
to causes outlined in section (e) of this rule, the carrier at destination,   the unloading carrier’s responsibility of promptly notifying the actual
after having been notified of such loss or damage, shall inspect both         loading carrier, if known, otherwise its immediate connection.
the freight and equipment and shall keep a permanent record show-                 After having been reported to the loading carrier as outlined above,
ing the name of the person making the inspection, the extent of the           overages should only be handled in accordance with rules 25 and 26.



Appendix “A”
Standard Bill of Lading

The following provisions shall apply to all transportation of goods by        carrier is not relieved.”
for-hire highway carriers licensed under the motor vehicle transport          The originating and destination carriers are thus responsible to the
act (Canada, R.S.C. 1970, M-14) or under provincial statutes with the         claimant for loss or damage caused by the intermediate carriers.
exception of the transportation of:
A) used household goods,                                                      3. Recovery from connecting carrier
B) livestock,                                                                 “The originating carrier or the delivering carrier, as the case may be,
C) bus parcel express shipments,                                              is entitled to recover from any other carrier to whom the goods are
D) the personal luggage of bus passengers,                                    or have been delivered the amount of the loss or damage that the
E) such other specific commodities as may be specified by provincial          originating carrier or delivering carrier, as the case may be, may be
    law.                                                                      required to pay hereunder resulting from loss of or damage to the
                                                                              goods while they were in the custody of such other carrier. When
II. Bill of lading                                                            shipments are interlined between carriers, settlement of concealed
1. A bill of lading shall be completed as provided herein for each            damage claims shall be pro-rated on the basis of revenues received.”
     shipment.                                                                     If a carrier has reimbursed the claimant up to the full extent of
2. On each article covered by the bill of lading, there shall be plainly      its liability, this condition gives that carrier the right to recover the
     marked thereon by the consignor, the name of the consignee and           amount paid from the carrier with whom the actual loss occurred.
     the destination thereof. This regulation does not apply in cases         When liability for concealed damage has been accepted by a carrier,
     where the shipment is from one consignor to one consignee and            the claims between carriers shall be pro-rated on the basis of rev-
     constitutes a truck-load shipment.                                       enues earned.
3. The bill of lading shall be signed in full (not initialled) by the
     consignor and by the carrier as an acceptance of all terms and           4. Remedy by consignor or consignee
     conditions contained thereon.                                            “Nothing in articles 2 or 3 deprives a consignor or consignee of any
4. At the option of the carrier, a waybill may be prepared by the car-        rights he may have against any carrier.”
     rier and the waybill shall bear the same number or other positive        This section simply indicates that there is no intent in sections 2 and
     means of identification as the original bill of lading. Under no         3 above to prevent the claimant from recovering or taking action
     circumstances shall the waybill replace the original bill of lading.     against any or all of the carriers involved in any particular shipment.

III. Conditions of carriage                                                   5. Exceptions from liability
1. Liability of carriers                                                      “The carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay to any of the
“The carrier of the goods herein described is liable for any loss of or       goods described in the bill of lading caused by an act of god, the
damage to goods accepted by him or his agents except as hereinaf-             queen’s or public enemies, riots, strikes, a defect or inherent vice in the
ter provided.”                                                                goods, the act or default of the consignor, owner or consignee, authority
In effect, this condition indicates that the carrier who enters into an       of law, quarantine or differences in weights of grain, seed, or other com-
agreement with a shipper by means of the bill of lading is responsible        modities caused by natural shrinkage.”
and liable for everything and anything that might happen to the ship-             The intent of this section is to remove liability from a carrier for
ment while it is in transit to the consignee. The only means by which         loss, damage and delay resulting directly from an event or occurrence
that carrier’s responsibility or liability is limited, therefore, are the     over which the carrier can exert no control.
conditions which follow on the bill of lading.                                    Lightning, tempests, unusually low temperatures, heavy falls of snow
                                                                              out of season, etc., are “acts of god”. The carrier is not liable in cases
2. Liability of originating and delivering carriers                           where it was impossible for him to have protected against such acts.
“Where a shipment is accepted for carriage by more than one carrier,          But, notwithstanding this, a carrier could be held liable if he failed to take
the carrier issuing the bill of lading (hereinafter called the originating    reasonable precautions. Sometimes the consignees forget that speed
carrier) and the carrier who assumes responsibility for delivery to the       of service is not every thing; a carrier’s first duty is to carry safely. Some
consignee (hereinafter called the delivering carrier), in addition to any     occurrences such as hurricanes, earthquakes or floods could easily
other liability hereunder, are liable for any loss of or damage to the        be interpreted as “acts of god”. On occasion, there may be an unusual
goods while they are in the custody of any other carrier to whom the          occurrence that is more subtle over which there could be disagreement
goods are or have been delivered and from which liability the other           as to whether or not it would fall into this category. There is, however, a

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substantial number of court decisions on this topic. When involved in a        endorsed and delivered to the carrier. At this time we know that own-
disagreement of this nature, we recommend that you seek the advice of a        ership has passed to the buyer.
solicitor for clarification of your position.
     The reference to “queen’s or public enemies” means enemies                9. Valuation
against the duly constituted government.                                       “Subject to article 10, the amount of any loss or damage for which the
     “Defect or inherent vice” relates to articles that, due to their physi-   carrier is liable, whether or not the loss or damage results from negli-
cal properties, have a high damage susceptibility beyond the control           gence, shall be computed on the basis of:
of the carrier, and regardless of the manner of handling and/or packag-        a) the value of the goods at the place and time of shipment including
ing, become damaged. The clue to look for is the cause of damage,                   the freight and other charges if paid, or
loss or delay that is completely beyond the control of the carrier. We         b) where a value lower than that referred to in paragraph (a) has been
emphasize that the intent of this section is not to provide an avenue               represented in writing by the consignor or has been agreed upon,
of escape from a claim which the carrier could have prevented but,                  such lower value shall be the maximum liability.”
rather, to exclude liability for conditions completely beyond the car-              This condition defines the extent of dollar value for which a carrier
rier’s control. The “act or default of the consignor, owner or consignee”      may become liable in the event of loss or damage to all, or any part of,
clause is intended to cover such areas as “shipper’s load and-count”,          the shipment. The limit is the value of the goods when they were sit-
improper interior or exterior packaging, etc. “Shipper’s load and count”       ting on the shipper’s dock waiting to be picked up by the carrier. Over
is of particular importance; here the carrier would not be responsible         and above the claim for the actual value of the goods, the carrier may
for damages or shortages caused by improper loading by the shipper,            also be liable for any freight or other charges that have actually been
or non-receipt or misdescription of the goods described in the bill of         paid on the goods. Examples of other charges would include: Duty
lading.                                                                        and brokerage fees on an import shipment, storage fees, etc.
     The carrier is not liable when a shipment is lost, damaged or                  The value of the goods for which a carrier is liable may also be
delayed by “authority of law”. This would include shipments held by law        lower than “the value of the goods at the place and time of shipment”.
enforcement agencies, departments of agriculture, pure food inspec-            If a shipper declares a value on the bill of lading which is actually
tors or other government agencies.                                             lower than the real value of the goods, the liability of the carrier would
     Article 5 also removes carrier liability for loss, damage or delay        be limited to the lower value.
resulting from riots, strikes, quarantine, and differences in weights of
grain, seed, livestock or any other commodities caused by natural              10. Maximum liability
shrinkage.                                                                     “The amount of any loss or damage computed under paragraph (a) or
                                                                               (b) of article 9, shall not exceed $2.00 per pound unless a higher value
6. Delay                                                                       is declared on the face of the bill of lading by the consignor.”
“No carrier is bound to transport the goods by any particular vehicle or           This condition limits the carrier’s maximum liability to $4.41 per
in time for any particular market or otherwise than with due dispatch,         kilogram times the weight of the total shipment (see article 9), unless
unless by agreement specifically endorsed on the bill of lading and            the shipper specifies a higher value on the bill of lading.
signed by the parties thereto.”                                                    The intent of this section is to protect the carrier against exposure
     The onus is on the carrier to deliver freight as quickly as is reason-    to claims for items of high value, unless the shipper has indicated
ably practical. However, there is no responsibility on the part of the         the value of the shipment in the appropriate space on the bill of
carrier to get the goods to their destination within a specific period         lading. When a higher value is shown on the bill of lading, the carrier
of time, by a specific date, or in time for a particular market. The only      is afforded the opportunity of knowing what it is dealing with, so that
exception to this would occur when a shipper and carrier agree on              special precautions may be taken to protect that shipment.
a specific date and time for delivery of a shipment, and both parties              It is important to note that the extent of a carier’s liability is not
endorse the bill of lading accordingly.                                        determined by the carrier; it is the shipper who determines the extent
                                                                               of the carrier’s liability by declaring a value less than, equal to, or
7. Routing by carrier                                                          greater than $4.41 per kilogram.
“In case of physical necessity where the carrier forwards the goods
by a conveyance that is not a licensed for-hire vehicle, the liability of      11. Consignor’s risk
the carrier is the same as though the entire carriage were by licensed         “Where it is agreed that the goods are carried at the risk of the con-
for-hire vehicle. “                                                            signor of the goods, such agreement covers only such risks as are
    This article gives the carrier the right to use any route or type of       necessarily incidental to transportation and the agreement shall not
conveyance it deems necessary between the point of origin and the              relieve the carrier from liability for any loss or damage or delay which
destination. However, the carrier is not relieved of liability.                may result from any negligent act or omission of the carrier, his agents
                                                                               or employees and the burden of proving absence from negligence
8. Stoppage in transit                                                         shall be on the carrier. “
“Where goods are stopped and held in transit at the request of the                 On occasion, a shipper will ask a carrier to transport a commod-
party entitled to so request, the goods are held at risk of that party.”       ity which is unusually susceptible to loss or damage and the carrier
    This article applies to stoppage in transit and the possibility of         accepts the shipment with the understanding that it moves “at the risk
reconsignment. In either case the original transit is at an end and the        of the consignor of the goods”.
carrier assumes the role of a warehouseman. As a warehouseman,                     The carrier must accept liability for loss or damage if the loss or
the carrier is no longer the absolute insurer but it is liable only for        damage occurred as a result of the carrier’s negligence. The shipper,
negligence. The carrier is not responsible for forced entry, fire or other     or claimant does not have to prove that the loss or damage occurred
circumstances over which he has no control.                                    as a result of the carrier’s negligence; rather, the onus is on the carrier
    The bill of lading does not establish ownership, regardless of             to prove that the loss did not occur as a result of its own negligence.
whether the freight charges are prepaid or collect.. It is difficult for the
carrier to establish when title passes from the seller (usually the ship-      12. Notice of claim
per) to the buyer. It is a matter of the intention of the parties and is       a) “no carrier is liable for loss, damage or delay to any goods carried
often set out in an agreement between the seller and the buyer. The                under the bill of lading unless notice thereof setting out particulars
carrier cannot be presumed to know details of any such agreement.                  of the origin, destination and date of shipment of the goods and
Unless it is expressly notified the title remains with the shipper except          the estimated amount claimed in respect of such loss, damage or
under stoppage in transit. If the shipper gives an improper notice of              delay is given in writing to the originating carrier or the delivering
stoppage he would then be liable.                                                  carrier within sixty (60) days after the delivery of the goods, or, in
    Order bills of lading are a different matter. Here the ownership               the case of failure to make delivery, within nine (9) months from
is the shipper’s until the order of bill of lading has been properly               the date of shipment.

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b) the final statement of the claim must be filed withinnine (9) months             disposal instructions.
    from the date of shipment together with a copy of the paid freight         b) pending receipt of such disposal instructions
    bill.”                                                                         i)     the goods may be stored in the warehouse of the carrier, subject
a) under this condition, liability on the part of the carrier is completely               to a reasonable charge for storage, or
    eliminated unless certain conditions are met by the company sub-               ii)    provided that the carrier notified the consignor of his inten-
    mitting the claim. Written notice of an intent to claim, or an actual                 tion, the goods may be removed to, and stored in, a public or
    claim submission, must be mailed to the carrier within 60 days after                  licensed warehouse, at the expense of the consignor, without
    the date of shipment was delivered, or, in the event of non-delivery                  liability on the part of the carrier, and subject to a lien for all
    of the entire shipment, within nine months from date of shipment.                     freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge
    Even though the shipper, consignee and carrier may be involved in                     for storage.”
    tracing part or all of the shipment, and the shipper is “holding off”          This condition is intended to allow a carrier some scope in dealing
    a claim submission to see if the items will be located, a notice of        with freight which for some reason cannot be delivered or has been
    claim should be filed with the carrier within the prescribed periods .     refused by the consignee. In most general freight operations, goods
   An exception for loss or damage on the delivery receipt does not            which have been refused for delivery pose problems.
constitute notice of claim. An exception on a delivery receipt cannot              Before anything can be done with refused freight, the carrier must
be construed as either an actual claim submission or a notice of intent.       notify the consignor and the consignee of the carrier’s inability to deliver
Unless a written notice of claim includes:                                     the goods.
   — Origin of shipment                                                            The goods may be stored at the carrier’s warehouse or, after notifi-
   — Destination of shipment                                                   cation to the consignor, stored in a public warehouse at which time the
   — Date of shipment                                                          carrier’s liability ceases. The goods may be returned to the consignor if
   — Estimated or actual amount of the claim the carrier is not liable.        disposal instructions are not received within 10 days.
b) the final statement of the claim must be filed within nine (9 months
    from the date of shipment together with a copy of the paid freight         17. Return of goods
    bill .                                                                     “Where notice has been given by the carrier pursuant to article 16a and
                                                                               no disposal instructions have been received within 10 days from the date
13. Articles of extraordinary value                                            of such notice the carrier may return to the consignor at the consign-
“No carrier is bound to carry any documents, specie! Or any articles           or’s expense all undelivered shipments for which such notice has been
of extraordinary value unless by a special agreement to do so. If such         given.”
goods are carried without a special agreement and the nature of the                The goods may be returned to the consignor, at his expense, if disposal
goods is not disclosed hereon, the carrier shall not be liable for any loss    instructions are not received within 10 days.
or damage in excess of the maximum liability stipulated in article 10
above.”                                                                        18. Alterations
    The shipper must notify the carrier in advance of any shipment that        “Subject to article 19, any limitation on the carrier’s liability on the bill of
includes documents, specie (coins), rare stamps, antiques, etc., or any        lading, and any alteration, or addition or erasure in the bill of lading shall
other item of extraordinary value. On receipt of notification, the carrier     be signed or initialled by the consignor or his agent and the originating
must develop a special agreement, or endorsement, on the bill of lading        carrier or his agent and unless so acknowledged shall be without effect.”
stipulating the value of the items along with the special agreement to              Since the bill of lading, which includes all of the above terms and
transport the items. If no special agreement exists between the ship-          conditions, is evidence of a contract between the shipper and the car-
per and the carrier on items of this nature, then the carrier’s liability is   rier, no charge can be made without agreement between the two parties.
restricted to $2.00 per pound.                                                 Neither the shipper nor the carrier may add to, delete or modify any of
                                                                               the terms or conditions on the bill of lading unless the addition, deleting
14. Freight charges                                                            or modification is agreed to by both the shipper and carrier by means of
a) “if required by the carrier the freight and all other lawful charges        their signatures or initials on the bill of lading endorsing the change.
     accruing on the goods shall be paid before delivery and if upon
     inspection it is ascertained that the goods shipped are not those         19. Weights
     described in the bill of lading the freight charges must be paid upon     “It shall be the responsibility of the consignor to show correct shipping
     the goods actually shipped, with any additional charges lawfully          weights of the shipment on the bill of lading. Where the actual weight of
     payable thereon.                                                          the shipment does not agree with the weight shown on the bill of lading,
b) should a consignor fail to indicate that a shipment is to move              the weight shown thereon us subject to correction by the carrier.
     prepaid, or fail to indicate how the shipment is to move, it will auto-   It is the responsibility of the shipper to show the correct weights on the
     matically move on a collect basis.”                                       bill of lading.
    The owner or consignor of the goods is responsible for all lawful               It is the responsibility of the shipper to show the correct weights on
freight charges . The carrier may demand charges before final delivery.        the bill of lading.

15. Dangerous goods                                                            20. C.O.D. Shipments
“Every person, whether as principal or agent, shipping explosives              a) “a carrier shall not deliver a C.O.D. Shipment unless payment is
or dangerous goods without previous full disclosure to the carrier as              received in full.
required by law, shall indemnify the carrier against all loss, damage          b) the charge for collecting and remitting the amount of c.o.d. Bills for
or delay caused thereby, and such goods may be warehoused at the                   C.O.D. Shipments must be collected from the consignee unless the
consignor’s risk and expense.”                                                     consignor has otherwise so indicated and instructed on the bill of
    Anyone shipping explosives or other dangerous goods such as cor-               lading.
rosive or lethal chemicals, or any other harmful material, without previ-      c) a carrier shall remit all C.O.D. Monies to the consignor or person
ously disclosing the nature of the goods, will be liable to the carrier for        designated by him within 15 days after collection.
any cost suffered by the carrier as a result of problems caused by those       d) a carrier shall keep all C.O.D. Monies separate from the other rev-
goods during transportation. This applies even though the shipper may              enues and funds of his business in a separate trust fund or account.
not have been aware of the dangerous nature of those goods.                    e) a carrier shall include as a separate item in his schedule of rates the
                                                                                   charges for collecting and remitting money paid by consignees.
16. Undelivered goods                                                              C.O.D. Means “cash on delivery”. The carrier must maintain a
a) “where, through no fault of the carrier, the goods cannot be deliv-         separate C.O.D. Account and remit collections to the consignor within
    ered, the carrier shall immediately give notice to the consignor           15 days.
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Appendix “C”
Litigation Procedure

(a) When in the course of investigation and settlement of           (f) When carrier or carriers sued prefer that suit be defended,
    a claim, interested carrier or carriers are sued, or suit            or concur in a like preference expressed by other inter-
    is instituted without claim having been filed, carrier or            ested carriers, and such defense is unsuccessful, the
    carriers sued shall advise each interested carrier of the            costs shall be assumed by the carrier desiring suit
    plaintiff’s allegations, amount involved, where action               defended or divided equally among such carriers when
    is pending, appearance or trial date if known, name of               there are more than one; except, that if all carriers concur
    plaintiff, and other information necessary for each carrier          in defending suit then the costs shall be apportioned as
    to determine its interest in the case. The carrier or car-           provided in Section (c), subject to Section (h).
    riers sued shall be without cause of action against such        (g) When carrier or carriers sued and other interested car-
    carrier or carriers as it or they fail to notify.                    rier or carriers fail to agree upon settlement and suit is
        Carriers advised of suit must notify carrier or carri-           defended by carrier or carriers sued the carrier or carri-
    ers sued, amply in advance of appearance or trial date,              ers objecting to settlement recommended by counsel for
    whether they desire to defend suit rather than concur in             carrier or carriers sued must assume all costs, interest, if
    settlement. Failure to reply within the prescribed time will         any, and total judgment rendered. Among carriers prefer-
    be considered acquiescence that suit may be disposed                 ring that suit be defended the expense of litigation shall
    of at discretion of carrier or carriers sued, and if any pay-        be divided equally and the judgment apportioned under
    ment is made such amount and costs shall be distributed              appropriate rule subject to Section (h).
    under appropriate rules. When two or more carriers are          (h) When suit is defended as provided in Sections (e), (f), (9)
    sued such carriers may promptly agree among them-                    judgment is issued in favor of plaintiff, carrier or carriers
    selves whether separate defense shall be conducted by                favoring settlement out of court shall pay to the carrier or
    each or one carrier shall defend for account of all, after           carriers preferring that suit be defended, an amount equal
    which all carriers must be so notified.                              to their proportion of the sum of the settlement offer plus
(b) When suit has been instituted, investigation may be made             court costs and attorney fees accruing prior to prepara-
    through interested carriers to develop information as                tion for defense. At no time shall the payment by carrier
    to names of witnesses and other evidence to be used                  or carriers favoring settlement exceed the amount of
    in defense of suit. All previously developed records of              judgment rendered by the court.
    carriers from which information is requested shall be           (i) Notice provided for in the preceding sections of this rule
    produced to prevent duplicate investigations, the specific           must be over the personal signature of an official of car-
    information desired being clearly stated.                            rier or its attorney.
(c) When an amount is recovered, either by judgment or              (j) In the event defense of suit has been tendered to carrier
    settlement, such amount, plus costs, except as sub-                  or carriers serving notice of its or their desire to take over
    sequently provided in this rule, shall be apportioned                the defense and such carrier or carriers fail to defend,
    among interested carriers under the appropriate rule, or             judgment being rendered against carrier or carriers sued,
    in accordance with the court’s decision should the court             then carrier or carriers failing to defend in accordance
    rule on individual carrier responsibility.                           with its or their notice. When two or more carriers were
(d) Settlement on recommendation of counsel for carrier                  delinquent the amount shall be charged to the most dis-
    or carriers sued must not be consummated without                     tant delinquent road-haul carrier. The carrier charged shall
    the concurrence of carriers that have previously served              take the place of settling carrier and distribute the amount
    notice that they prefer to defend the suit. If suit is               paid in accordance with the appropriate rules, except that
    adjusted over the protest of one or more carriers, the               all costs and interest, if any, shall divide equally among
    carrier or carriers adjusting same shall be without cause            the delinquent carriers.
    of action, except, under appropriate rule or rules, against     (k) When suit is successfully defended, i.e., judgment
    such carrier or carriers as may have agreed to join in set-          rendered in favor of defendant, or suit is withdrawn or
    tlement or have failed to reply to notice of suit as pro-            dismissed, all costs shall be apportioned on revenue
    vided in Section (a).                                                basis between all carriers participating in the haul. This
(e) When carrier or carriers sued favor settlement but one or            will apply regardless of provisions of preceding sections
    more other interested carriers give notice to the carrier or         of this rule.
    carriers sued that they will defend suit, such notice shall
    be respected. If the defense is unsuccessful, the expense
    of litigation (including all costs) shall be assumed by the
    carrier taking over the defense, or divided equally among
    carriers preferring that suit be defended. Subject to Sec-
    tion (h).




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Appendix “D”
Arbitration Procedures

A number of provincial trucking associations presently oper-           - in arranging for the appointment of an arbitration panel,
ate claim arbitration panels. The following procedure is                  the Secretary is authorized to select three persons, one
recommended: When carriers and/or carriers and claimants                  of whom shall be the Chairman. The Chairman shall be
are unable to agree upon responsibility for loss, damage,                 qualified by business and/or professional experience
injury or delay arising from the transportation of goods or               but must not be representative of the interests of either
upon the, measure of damages and apportionment thereof,                   the organized carrier or shipper industries. The two
the following arbitration procedure may be invoked:                       other persons appointed to the arbitration panel shall be
- all participants in the transportation out of which the                 selected on the following basis:
    claim arose shall execute the “Agreement Submitting                  (1 ) a person designated as “the carrier representa-
    Claim File to Arbitration” form. This form is available from              tive” shall be selected from the membership of the
    the Secretary of the Freight Claims Bureau of the appro-                  provincial trucking association. He shall not have
    priate provincial trucking association. The carrier initially             beneficial or consequential interest in the outcome of
    desiring arbitration, or who has been requested to arbi-                  the proceedings.
    trate by a claimant, and concurs, shall have the duty of             (2) a person designated as “the shipper representative”
    securing assent from all interested parties as evidenced                  shall be selected from the membership ranks of the
    by the executed “Agreement Submitting Claim File to                       Canadian Industrial Traffic League or the Canadian
    Arbitration” form.                                                        Manufacturers’ Association, or the Chambers of
- a written request for arbitration must be submitted to the                  Commerce, or similar organizations. He shall have no
    Secretary of the provincial Freight Claims Bureau. The                    beneficial or consequential interest in the outcome of
    Secretary will reply by enclosing a copy of the “Agree-                   the proceedings.
    ment Submitting Claim File to Arbitration” form together
    with a request for the submission of a concise summa-              Each person so appointed and so designated as in (l) and
    tion of the facts and an outline of the positions adopted          (2) above shall ensure the parties in interest are accorded
    by the interested parties.                                         adequate notice, proper hearing and due process in the pro-
- the Secretary of the provincial Claims Bureau will                   ceedings convened to deliberate the issues in dispute. Other
    acknowledge receipt of the papers filed as above and               than this, it is expected that each of them shall adjudicate
    will assign an official arbitration file number, or title of the   impartially upon the evidence presented.
    claim to be arbitrated. The Secretary will then arrange
    for the appointment of an arbitration panel to hear and
    decide upon the issue in dispute in each case where a
    file number or title has been assigned.




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WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0S8                                                                                                      139 DOMINION BAY
                                            4332963 MANITOBA LTD.                   5198071 MANITOBA LTD.                 THOMPSON, MB R8N 1L2
3112837 MANITOBA LTD.                       308 SUTHERLAND AVE                      83 FLEETWOOD RD
SE4-11-19W                                  SELKIRK, MB R1A 0M3                     WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1N1                  A-1 MOVING & STORAGE LTD.
BRANDON, MB R7A 5Y2                                                                                                       11-601 BOWMAN AVE
                                            4355491 MANITOBA INC.                   5273910 MANITOBA LTD.                 WINNIPEG, MB R2K 1P7
3193099 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 1146, STE. ANNE, MB R5H 1C1         UNIT 2 - 549 REGENT W
BOX 1033, SOURIS, MB R0K 2C0                                                        WINNIPEG, MB R2C 1R9                  ABE B REIMER & SONS
                                            4371683 MANITOBA LTD.                                                          hOuSE MOVERS INC.
3203930 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 223, WINNIPEGOSIS, MB R0L 2G0       5280819 MANITOBA LTD.                 BOX 508, ARBORG, MB R0C 0A0
160 ADELAIDE STREET                                                                 37 BALSAM CR
WINNIPEG, MB R3A 0W6                        4405714 MANITOBA LTD.                   BRANDON, MB R7B 0Z6                   ABLE MOVERS LTD.
                                            SUITE 2 - 3303 PORTAGE AVE                                                    21 DAWSON RD N, WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0S6
3242510 MANITOBA LTD.                       WINNIPEG, MB R3K 0W7                    5332231 MANITOBA LTD.
2190 NOTRE DAME AVE                                                                 6 NORTH ORCHARD PLACE                 ACCESS TRANSPORTATION LTD.
WINNIPEG, MB R3H 0K2                        4429169 MANITOBA LTD.                   EAST ST. PAUL, MB R2E 0L3             UNIT 1 45 BEGHIN AVE
                                            2190 NOTRE DAME AVENUE                                                        WINNIPEG, MB R2J 4B9
3250296 MANITOBA LTD.                       WINNIPEG, MB R3H 0K2                    60494 MANITOBA LTD.
398 PARK AVE E, BRANDON, MB R7A 5Z4                                                 BOX 999, VIRDEN, MB R0M 2C0           AGRI-TEL TRANSPORTATION INC.
                                            4441044 MANITOBA LTD.                                                         BOX 354, BEAUSEJOUR, MB R0E 0C0
3521702 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 4, LOWE FARM, MB R0G 1E0            65548 MANITOBA LTD.
BOX 80 RR1, WINKLER, MB R6W 4A1                                                     BOX 758, ROBLIN, MB R0L 1P0           AL hILDEBRAND TRuCKING LTD.
                                            4470380 MANITOBA LTD.                                                         BOX 1741, MORDEN, MB R6M 1B5
3572405 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 457, ILE DES CHENES, MB R0A 0T0     67238 MANITOBA LTD.
BOX 3366, THE PAS, MB R9A 1R8                                                       BOX 196, WASKADA, MB R0M 2E0          ALEXANDER, ROBERT R
                                            4486413 MANITOBA LTD.                                                         BOX 370, ST. PIERRE JOLYS, MB R0A 1V0
3714241 MANITOBA LIMITED                    BOX 8 GRP 30 RR 1                       67575 MANITOBA LTD.
1916 BROOKSIDE BLVD                         DUFRESNE, MB R0A 0J0                    BOX 1060, LYNN LAKE, MB R0B 0W0       ALEXANDERS AuTO RANCh LTD.
WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6                                                                                                      HWY 10, FLIN FLON, MB R8A 1M9
                                            4541856 MANITOBA LTD.                   79250 MANITOBA CORP
3728936 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 23, SELKIRK, MB R1A 2B1             350 DUPUY AVE, WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0T4   ALLPRO MOVING SYSTEMS LTD.
620 MAIN ST. S, DAUPHIN, MB R7N 1L4                                                                                       BOX 80 GRP 336 RR 3
                                            4557337 MANITOBA LTD.                   994747 ONTARIO INC.                   WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E7
3763456 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 160, NIVERVILLE, MB R0A 1E0         60 EAGLE DR
67 ORKNEY PL., WINNIPEG, MB R2E 0G9                                                 WINNIPEG, MB R2R 1V5                  ALLRIG TOWING SERVICE LTD.
                                            4618221 MANITOBA LTD.                                                         120 PONEIDA ROAD
3822835 MANITOBA INC.                       BOX 40022 RPO NAIRN                     #                                     WEST ST PAUL, MB R4A 5A9
12-1333 NIAKWA RD E                         WINNIPEG, MB R2L 2G2                    2004 PLAYER LOGISTICS INC.
WINNIPEG, MB R2J 3T5                                                                BOX 394, ELIE, MB R0H 0H0             ALTOBA fREIGhT SYSTEMS INC.
                                            4645295 MANITOBA LTD.                                                         67 WOODCOTT PL, WINNIPEG, MB R3P 2K2
3886604 MANITOBA LTD.                       BOX 233, WASKADA, MB R0M 2E0            4 - WAY TRANSPORTATION INC.
BOX 571, HAMIOTA, MB R0M 0T0                                                        8 - 2061 LOGAN AVE.                   ANDERSON R M C hOLDINGS LTD.
                                            4885814 MANITOBA LTD.                   WINNIPEG, MB R2R 0J1                  BOX 131, GLADSTONE, MB R0J 0T0
3889557 MANITOBA LTD.                       23 NELTNER DRIVE
47 KIRKHAM BAY, WINNIPEG, MB R2V 4J4        ST. ANDREWS, MB R1A 3A4                 4 REfuEL CANADA LTD.                  ANDERSON, ALLAN B
                                                                                    PO BOX 39001, RPO INKSTER PARK        BOX 1054, THE PAS, MB R9A 1L1
3909973 MANITOBA INC.                       4940262 MANITOBA LTD.                   WINNIPEG, MB R2X 3B3
1655 INKSTER BLVD                           SITE 405, BOX 22, RR 4                                                        ANDREWS MCVAGh LTD.
WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2W7                        BRANDON, MB R7A 5Y4                     83 NORTh INC.                         BOX 129, SELKIRK, MB R1A 2B1
                                                                                    BOX 1388 - 515 MAIN STREET
4002059 MANITOBA LTD.                       4TRACKS LTD.                            SWAN RIVER, MB R0L 1Z0                ANDREWS, ERROL C
829 INKSTER BLVD                            2040 LOGAN AVE                                                                BOX 1494, VIRDEN, MB R0M 2C0
WINNIPEG, MB R2X 1N6                        WINNIPEG, MB R2R 0H9
                                                                                                                          ANDY & SONS TRuCKING LTD.
4024141 MANITOBA INC.                       5048177 MANITOBA LTD.                                                         BOX 72, THE PAS, MB R9A 1K3
58 KINSLEY CRES, WINNIPEG, MB R2C 4J1       BOX 1260, MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0
                                                                                                                          ANGERS, KELLY SCOTT
                                                                                                                          BOX 57, MIAMI, MB R0G 1H0



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ANGUS, WILLIAM                               BELL TRANSPORT LTD.                     BRAR, RUPINDER SINGH                     CHARETTE, THOMAS S
6 - 1455 WAVErLEY ST                         6 - 1525 DUGALD rD                      1327 SCUrFIELD BLVD                      SE22-4-12W, MArIApOLIS, MB r0K 1K0
WINNIpEG, MB r3T 0p7                         WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0H3                    WINNIpEG, MB r3Y 1Y4
                                                                                                                              CHEVAL TRANSPORT LTD.
ARGYLE TRANSFER LTD.                         BERG, JOHAN L                           BRINK’S CANADA LTD.                      BOx 840, MOrDEN, MB r6M 1A7
BOx 296, WArrEN, MB r0C 3E0                  BOx 511, MOrrIS, MB r0G 1K0             222 YOrK AVE
                                                                                     WINNIpEG, MB r3C 0N5                     CHIPELSKI TRANSPORT LTD.
ARL TRUCKING LTD.                            BERNIER, EDWARD L                                                                BOx 114, rUSSELL, MB r0J 1W0
1047 MArCHAND rD                             NW31-24-1W                              BRUCE ROCHE TRANSPORT INC.
HOWDEN, MB r5A 1J6                           FISHEr BrANCH, MB r0C 0Z0               BOx 32005 rpO DICKENS                    CHOICE REEFER SYSTEMS LTD.
                                                                                     WINNIpEG, MB r3E 3M7                     BOx 39053 rpO INKSTEr pArK
ARNOLD BROS. TRANSPORT LTD.                  BEST BUY HOUSING INC.                                                            WINNIpEG, MB r2x 3B3
739 LAGIMODIErE BLVD.                        4250 pOrTAGE AVENUE                     BRUCE W. BROWN ENTERPRISES INC.
WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0T8                         HEADINGLEY, MB r4H 1Z6                  BOx 1443                                 CHRISP, GRANT E
                                                                                     pOrTAGE LA prAIrIE, MB r1N 3N9           BOx 288, LUNDAr, MB r0C 1Y0
ATKINSON, SIMON A                            BETKE TRUCKING INC.
BOx 214, NEEpAWA, MB r0J 1H0                 BOx 128, MINNEDOSA, MB r0J 1E0          BRUNGER INDUSTRIES LTD.                  CLARK, CLAIRE
                                                                                     BOx 81, TEULON, MB r0C 3B0               BOx 807, MELITA, MB r0M 1L0
AUDLEY CARTAGE                               BICKERTON, WILLIAM D
51 ArGATE Dr, WINNIpEG, MB r2p 1V3           BOx 156, ELKHOrN, MB r0M 0N0            BUECKERT, VICTOR A                       CLEANR DUCTS INC.
                                                                                     BOx 3, LAVENHAM, MB r0H 0p0              1286 pATErSON ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 1H1
B                                            BIG FREIGHT SYSTEMS INC.
B & B RENTALS INC.                           360 HWY 12 NOrTH                        BURDETT, RICKEY L                        CLINT MOFFAT & SONS LTD.
1322 WAVErLEY ST                             STEINBACH, MB r5G 1A6                   BOx 302, LUNDAr, MB r0C 1Y0              BOx 1639, MINNEDOSA, MB r0J 1E0
WINNIpEG, MB r3T 0p5
                                             BING LAKE FARMS LTD.                    BUZTYNSKI, DAVID F                       COLBECO CO LTD.
B B WIEBE & SONS LTD.                        SE 5-19-13 W1, GLENELLA, MB r0J 0V0     BOx 136, MOOSEHOrN, MB r0C 2E0           pO BOx 1673, SWAN rIVEr, MB r0L 1Z0
rr1 BOx 377, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4A1
                                             BIRKETT FREIGHT SOLUTIONS INC.          BWG TRANSPORT LTD.                       CON - WAY FREIGHT - CANADA
B F I CANADA INC.                            BOx 248, OAKBANK, MB r0E 1J0            BOx 436, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4A6             85 ST. pAUL ST.
375 OAK pOINT HIGHWAY                                                                                                         WEST ST pAUL, MB r2p 2W5
WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2Z6                         BISON TRANSPORT INC.                    BYLE, DAVID KENT
                                             1001 SHErWIN rOAD                       20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                     CONSOLIDATED FASTFRATE INC.
B.A. HAULING LTD.                            WINNIpEG, MB r3H 0T8                    WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                     477 KEEWATIN ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2S1
BOx 13 Grp 30 rr 2
LOrETTE, MB r0A 0Y0                          B-LINE TRUCKING LTD.                    BY’S TRANSPORT INC.                      COOK TRANSPORT INC.
                                             96 GrEENWAY CrES                        BOx 369, ST. ADOLpHE, MB r5A 1A2         BOx 2158, CArMAN, MB r0G 0J0
B.A. STENGEL TRUCKING INC.                   THOMpSON, MB r8N 0r4
BOx 8 Grp 25 rr 1, ANOLA, MB r0E 0A0                                                 C                                        COOPER’S TRUCKING INC.
                                             BLUE OX INC.                            C.G.S. TRANSPORT LTD.                    BOx 26 Grp 1 rr 1
B.C.D. CLARKE FARMS LTD.                     BOx 39, CrANBErrY pOrTAGE, MB r0B 0H0   rr 3, GILBErT pLAINS, MB r0L 0x0         DUGALD, MB r0E 0K0
BOx 101, HArTNEY, MB r0M 0x0
                                             BOB PERFANICK TRUCKING INC.             CAMTRANS INC.                            CORDITE TRANSPORT LTD.
BALLINGALL BROTHERS LTD.                     483 BLUECHEr AVE                        BOx 216, TEULON, MB r0C 3B0              BOx 26 Grp 30 rr 1
18 ELDErWOOD Dr                              WINNIpEG, MB r3W 1S2                                                             DUGALD, MB r0E 0K0
BrANDON, MB r7A 2J5                                                                  CAN - AM WEST CARRIERS
                                             BOISSEVAIN TRANSPORT LIMITED            BOx 58, Grp. 200, rr#2                   COUGAR TRANSPORT INC.
BANMAN, HENRY W                              BOx 579, BOISSEVAIN, MB r0K 0E0         WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                     BOx 1654, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4B5
270 WENZEL ST
SprINGFIELD, MB r2E 1E7                      BOON, ELDEN BRUCE                       CANADA MOVING                            COURCHENE, DINELLE S
                                             BOx 351, VIrDEN, MB r0M 2C0             47 GOMEZ ST.                             BOx 156, pINE FALLS, MB r0E 1M0
BARKMAN TRANSPORT (2006) INC.                                                        WINNIpEG, MB r3B 0G4
BOx 298, WHITEMOUTH, MB r0E 2G0              BORDER CHEMICAL CO LTD.                                                          COUTTS COURIER COMPANY LTD.
                                             104 rEGENT AVE E, BOx 62037             CANADIAN FREIGHTWAYS LIMITED             21 KEITH rD, WINNIpEG, MB r3H 0H7
BARKMAN, KEVIN W                             WINNIpEG, MB r2C 5G2                    BOx 61, Grp 200, rr# 2
BOx 84, CrOMEr, MB r0M 0J0                                                           WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                     CROSS-STREAM CARRIERS INC.
                                             BOYD TRUCKING                                                                    243 COCHLAN DrIVE
BARKMAN, RONALD                              BOx 1621, MINNEDOSA, MB r0J 1E0         CARLEY PUMPING CO. LTD.                  MOrDEN, MB r6M 1G5
BOx 1284, STEINBACH, MB r5G 1M9                                                      78 GLENTHOrNE CrECENT
                                             BOYD, RAYMOND GARY                      WINNIpEG, MB r2M 2r4                     CRUMB’S TRANSFER
BARNHART TRANSPORT LTD.                      20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                                                             BOx 202, ANOLA, MB r0E 0A0
BOx 38003, BIrDS HILL, MB r2E 1H3            WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                    CARPIT DELIVERY LTD.
                                                                                     UNIT 11-915 MCLEOD AVENUE                CULLETON, WILLIAM J
BARTEL BULK FREIGHT INC.                     BP & SONS GRAIN AND STORAGE INC.        WINNIpEG, MB r2G 0Y4                     BOx 40003 1131 NAIrN AVENUE
BOx 7 rr 1, MOrrIS, MB r0G 1K0               BOx 2277, MOrDEN, MB r6M 1B9                                                     WINNIpEG, MB r2L 2G2
                                                                                     CENTENNIAL TRANSPORT
BAUDRY, DANIEL G                             BRADFORD, KENNETH A                      & LEASING LTD.                          CUMMING & DOBBIE 1986 LTD.
BOx 198, STE. AGATHE, MB r0G 1Y0             BOx 1612, MOrDEN, MB r6M 1B4            341 HOLDEN ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 3W3      3000 VICTOrIA AVENUE E
                                                                                                                              BrANDON, MB r7A 7L2
BEAN TRAIN LTD.                              BRAHMA TRANSPORT INC.                   CENTRAL METAL RECOVERY INC.
BOx 387, GrETNA, MB r0G 0V0                  BOx 89 Grp 200 rr 2                     BOx 82, ZHODA, MB r0A 2p0                CUSTOM TRANSPORT LTD.
                                             WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                                                             65 LOWSON CrESC.
BEAR, DARRYL E                                                                       CHAHAL, GURPREET S                       WINNIpEG, MB r3p 0T3
BOx 459, pEGUIS, MB r0C 3J0                                                          26 MANOr VIEW CLOSE
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D                                           DEFOORT, GORDON                         EARLE’S TRANSFER                       FEHR, ISAAC
D & D EXCAVATING & HAULING LTD.             BOX 385, ASHERN, MB R0C 0E0             BOX 125, TREHERNE, MB R0G 2V0          BOX 597, WINKLER, MB R6W 4A7
2853 GATEWAY ROAD
WINNIPEG, MB R2E 0J6                        DELEURME TRUCKING LTD.                  EDSON CAPITAL LTD.                     FINGAS, KENT A
                                            BOX 35, NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES,          11 KOOTENAY CRES                       20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST
D G L VENTURES LTD.                         MB R0G 1M0                              WINNIPEG, MB R2C 2X7                   WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3
758 2ND STREET NW
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB R1N 2B4              DEN-LYN TRUCKING LTD.                   ELLTIN ENTERPRISES INC.                FIRSTBUS CANADA LIMITED
                                            GEN DEL, VISTA, MB R0J 2E0              245 MELNICK RD, WINNIPEG, MB R3X 1V5   3051 ST MARYS RD
D L M WIENS CARTAGE CO LTD.                                                                                                WINNIPEG, MB R2N 4E1
62 INKSTER BLVD, WINNIPEG, MB R2W 0J2       DERKSEN, DAVID                          ELMINGTON TRANSPORT LTD.
                                            SW18-6-6W, STEPHENFIELD, MB R0G 2R0     BOX 8, ELM CREEK, MB R0G 0N0           FISHER BRANCH HODGSON
D. STEINKE TRANSPORT INC.                                                                                                    TRANSPORT LTD.
20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                        DEROO, DAVID                            ELT TRANSPORT LTD.                     BOX 239, FISHER BRANCH, MB R0C 0Z0
WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3                        BOX 128, SWAN LAKE, MB R0G 2S0          39 MATTINEE BAY
                                                                                    WINNIPEG, MB R2G 1X9                   FLEURY, ERIC F
D.M. KRENKEVICH INC.                        DESERT GOLD XPRESS LTD.                                                        20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST
BOX 49085 RPO GARDEN CITY                   BOX 554, ST. ADOLPHE, MB R5A 1A2        EMERSON TRANSFER LTD.                  WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3
WINNIPEG, MB R2V 4G8                                                                BOX 142, EMERSON, MB R0A 0L0
                                            DESROCHERS, NORMAN G                                                           FLYING EAGLE TRANSPORT LTD.
DALLAS TRANSPORT LIMITED                    NE32-3-14W, BALDUR, MB R0K 0B0          ERIKSDALE FREIGHT LINES LTD.           BOX 208, NIVERVILLE, MB R0A 1E0
BOX 1087                                                                            BOX 91, ERIKSDALE, MB R0C 0W0
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB R1N 3C5              DEVA JATT-TRANSPORT LTD.                                                       FONTAINE, GUY A
                                            569 BEAVERBROOK ST                      ERLENDSON, LEN HAROLD                  303 QUEEN AVE, SELKIRK, MB R1A 1E9
DANIEL B INC.                               WINNIPEG, MB R3N 1N5                    BOX 429
450 OAK POINT HWY                                                                   STE. ROSE DU LAC, MB R0L 1S0           FONTANA’S TRUCKING (2006) LTD.
WINNIPEG, MB R2R 1V3                        DHL EXPRESS (CANADA) LTD.                                                      BOX 2639, VIRDEN, MB R0M 2C0
                                            3-130 MIDLAND ST                        ERLENDSON, STEINI
DARCO ENTERPRISES LTD.                      WINNIPEG, MB R3E 3R3                    GEN DEL, EDDYSTONE, MB R0L 0S0         FORSYTH HAULING LTD.
1037 DUGALD RD                                                                                                             BOX 67, PIERSON, MB R0M 1S0
WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0G8                        DIRECT GENERAL                          ESSEN TRANSPORT LTD.
                                              PARTNER CORPORATION                   BOX 2229, 300 AIRPORT DR.              FORT WHYTE LOWBEDDING LTD.
DARCOL INTERNATIONAL INC.                   25 ROTHWELL ROAD                        WINKLER, MB R6W 4B9                    BOX 185 R.R. 5, WINNIPEG, MB R2C 2Z2
20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                        WINNIPEG, MB R3P 2M5
WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3                                                                EVANS, KELLY J                         FRIESEN, DAVID A
                                            DOUBLE NN TRANSPORT LTD.                BOX 71, BROOKDALE, MB R0K 0G0          NW27-1-1E
DAVE CAMERON TRUCKING LTD.                  74 HEALY CRESCENT                                                              HALBSTADT, MB R0A 0S0
BOX 1171, NEEPAWA, MB R0J 1H0               WINNIPEG, MB R2N 2S1                    EZEE MOVERS INC.
                                                                                    BOX 124, WINKLER, MB R6W 4A4           FRIESEN, MICHAEL C
DAVE WOLFE ENTERPRISES INC.                 DR. HOOK TOWING                                                                NW 33 3 3E, ARNAUD, MB R0A 0B0
310 SOUTH RAILWAY STREET                     SERVICES LIMITED                       F
MORDEN, MB R6M 1G7                          BOX 3882, STATION B                     FARM BOY INC.                          FRIESEN, PETER F
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R2W 5H9                    BOX 311, OAKVILLE, MB R0H 0Y0          BOX 1447, STEINBACH, MB R5G 1N2
DAVIDSEN TRUCKING INC.
UNIT 2 - 549 REGENT AVE W                   DRB LOGISTICS INC.                      FARR NORTH TRANSPORT LTD.              FRIESEN, RODNEY J
WINNIPEG, MB R0A 0J0                        20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                    BOX 1106, GIMLI, MB R0C 1B0            BOX 207, MIAMI, MB R0G 1H0
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3
DAVIDUIK TRUCKING LTD.                                                              FARR NORTH TRANSPORT LTD.              FRIESENS CORPORATION
BOX 134, SWAN RIVER, MB R0L 1Z0             DU - VALL TRANSPORT INC.                BOX 1106, GIMLI MB                     BOX 720, ALTONA, MB R0G 0B0
                                            44 KINLOCK LANE, WINNIPEG, MB R3T 6A6
DAWN LEE TRUCKING LTD.                                                              FAST LANE FREIGHT SERVICES INC.        FRONTLINE FRIGHT SYSTEMS
369 ARCHIBALD ST                            DUFAULT, ADRIEN M                       PO BOX 8, GRP 587, RR 5                7777 WILKES AVENUE
WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0W6                        BOX 47, ST. PIERRE, MB R0A 1V0          WINNIPEG, MB R2C 2Z2                   HEADINGLY MB R4H 1B8

DAWSON ROAD TRANSFER                        DWAYNE MAJOR TRUCKING                   FAVORITE TRANSPORT LTD.                FS LIVESTOCK CARRIERS LTD.
21 CLEARSPRING RD E                         55 LESLIE DRIVE, MORDEN, MB R6M 1P7     111 CORDITE RD                         PO BOX 16, HORNDEAN, MB R0G 0Z0
STEINBACH, MB R5G 1V2                                                               WINNIPEG, MB R3W 1S1
                                            DYNAMEX CANADA CORP                                                            FUNK’S LIVESTOCK TRANSPORT LTD.
DAY & ROSS INCORPORATED                     610 - 2630 SKYMARK AVE                  FEARNLEY, THOMAS WM                    122 PTH 52 WEST
398 MAIN ST, HARTLAND, NB E7P 1C6           MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 5A4                 BOX 1423, MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0        STEINBACH, MB R5G 1Y1

DAYLA TRANSPORT INC.                        E                                       FEDERAL EXPRESS CANADA LTD.            G
391 OAK POINT HWY                           E J R RELOAD INC.                       305-5985 EXPLORER DR                   G & P SABOURIN TRUCKING LTD.
WINNIPEG, MB R2R 1T9                        250 SUTHERLAND AVE                      MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 5K6                BOX 342, ST. JEAN BAPTISTE, MB R0G 2B0
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R2W 5M2
DECKX TRANSPORT INC.                                                                FEDEX FREIGHT CANADA, CORP             G & R TRANSPORT LTD.
2595 INKSTER BLVD                           E T TRUCKING SERVICES INC.              1011 WILSON AVE, TORONTO, ON M3K 1G4   BOX 202, GLENBORO, MB R0K 0X0
WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6                        BOX 308, GRAND RAPIDS, MB R0C 1E0
                                                                                    FEDEX GROUND PACKAGE                   G D T ENTERPRISES LTD.
DECOR CABINETS LTD.                         E. B. D. ENTERPRISES INC.                 SYSTEM LTD.                          BOX 220, NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES,
BOX 2110, #200 - ROUTE 100                  2535 INKSTER BLVD.                      560 CAMIEL SYS ST                      MB R0G 1M0
MORDEN, MB R6M 1B8                          WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6                    WINNIPEG, MB R2J 4J2
                                                                                                                           G E EYJOLFSON TRANSPORT LTD.
                                                                                                                           266 RIVERTON AVE
                                                                                                                           RIVERTON, MB R0C 2R0


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G V T INC.                                    GOODWAY EXPRESS CO LTD.                    HIEBERT, ALAN D                           JANISCH, JOSEPH H
pO BOx 869, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4A9               20-360 KEEWATIN STrEET                     BOx 39 Grp 326 rr 3                       BOx 294, pETErSFIELD, MB r0C 2L0
                                              WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                       SELKIrK, MB r1A 2A8
G. L. THURSTON TRUCKING LTD.                                                                                                       JARVIS TRUCKING LTD.
BOx 7, MACDONALD, MB r0H 0S0                  GOUDY, ALLAN KEITH                         HIEBERT, DONALD                           BOx 5, GLADSTONE, MB r0J 0T0
                                              BOx 13, BALMOrAL, MB r0C 0H0               B0x 663, MACGrEGOr, MB r0H 0r0
G2 LOGISTICS TRANSPORT                                                                                                             JAY EM HAULING LTD.
1586 WALL STrEET                              GRAHAM GROUP LTD.                          HILDEBRAND, RICHARD G                     BOx 296, LAC DU BONNET, MB r0E 1A0
WINNIpEG, MB r3E 2S4                          BOx 99, STATION ‘T’, CALGArY, AB T2Z 3V9   SW 34-4-3, rOLAND, MB r0G 1T0
                                                                                                                                   JERRY PERFANICK TRANSPORT LTD.
G4S CASH SERVICES (CANADA) LTD.               GRAYS TRANSFER LTD.                        HIRD, STEWART W                           592 rIVEr Dr, LOrETTE, MB r0A 0Y0
994 WALL ST, WINNIpEG, MB r3G 2V3             BOx 68, rESTON, MB r0M 1x0                 BOx 4, rOSSENDALE, MB r0H 1T0
                                                                                                                                   JOHN EICHEL TRUCKING LTD.
GAGNON, CHRISTIAN L                           GREEN VALLEY BULK                          HIRT, KEN                                 BOx 70, GrOSSE ISLE, MB r0C 1G0
BOx 640, THOMpSON, MB r8N 1N4                  MILK TRANSFER CO.                         982 DUGAS ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 1A1
                                              BOx 93, LA BrOQUErIE, MB r0A 0W0                                                     JOHNSON AGRO DUGALD MB LTD.
GARDEWINE NORTH LTD.                                                                     HORIZON INTERNATIONAL DIST                NE8-10-6E, DUGALD, MB r0E 0K0
60 EAGLE DrIVE, WINNIpEG, MB r2r 1V5          GRIZZLY TRANSPORT LTD.                     350 DUpUY AVE., WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0T4
                                              BOx 84, HADASHVILLE, MB r0E 0x0                                                      JONES, EVERETT
GARELAN TRANSPORT LTD.                                                                                                             BOx 74, TILSTON, MB r0M 2B0
BOx 29, NIVErVILLE, MB r0A 1E0                GROUND LEVEL TRANSPORT INC.                HOWARD’S VAN & STORAGE LTD.
                                              4301 - 662 KENASTON BLVD                   BOx 20064, SOUTH pO                       JONES, SCOTT K
GEBHARDT, GARY S                              WINNIpEG, MB r3N 2A1                       BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y8                       BOx 700, MELITA, MB r0M 1L0
BOx 48, Grp. 364, r.r. 3
WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2C7                          GRUNTHAL CARTAGE                           HUMISKI, DANNY E                          JORDAN, ROBERT W
                                              pO BOx 433, GrUNTHAL MB r0A 0r0            BOx 129, HIGH BLUFF, MB r0H 0K0           BOx 148, INGLIS, MB r0J 0x0
GEE TEE HOLDINGS INC.
BOx 400, OAKBANK, MB r0E 1J0                  GSE VENTURES INC.                          HUMMER VENTURES LTD.                      JOY-MAC SERVICES INC.
                                              BOx 7, Grp 200, rr. 2                      BOx 23, HIGH BLUFF, MB r0H 0K0            1 - 10 WILLOWDALE CrES
GEORGE KLASSEN                                WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                                                                 BrANDON, MB r7B 1A3
 & SON CARMAN LTD.                                                                       HUNT BROS BUILDING MOVERS LTD.
BOx 852, CArMAN, MB r0G 0J0                   H                                          BOx 926                                   K
                                              H R KLASSEN LTD.                           pOrTAGE LA prAIrIE, MB r1N 3C4            KAIS, FADI
GER-ED TRANSPORT LTD.                         922 DUGALD rD, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 3J9                                                  1040 DAKOTA ST., WINNIpEG, MB r2N 1p2
2800 SASKATCHEWAN AVE.                                                                   HUNTER, R CAMERON
WINNIpEG MB r3J 3Z2                           HAJER, HERBERT W                           BOx 130, KENTON, MB r0M 0Z0               KALEIDA VENTURES
                                              1133 SANFOrD ST                                                                      BOx 5 rr#2, MANITOU MB
GFK LIVESTOCK LTD.                            WINNIpEG, MB r3E 3A1                       I
SITE 335 BOx 2 rr#3                                                                      IAN MUNRO TRANSPORT LTD.                  KCATT TRUCKING LTD.
BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y3                           HANK UNRAU TRUCKING LTD.                   BOx 2700, THE pAS, MB r9A 1M5             BOx 1166, BOISSEVAIN, MB r0K 0E0
                                              BOx 1157, CArMAN, MB r0G 0J0
GJR TRUCKING LTD.                                                                        IMPEL TRANSPORT LTD.                      KEE WEST AUTO CARRIERS INC.
20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                          HARNESS TRUCKING LTD.                      BOx 895, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4A9              676 pOrTAGE AVE.
WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                          BOx 130, BENITO, MB r0L 0C0                                                          BOx 26013, rpO MArYLAND
                                                                                         INTEGRITY MOVERS LTD.                     WINNIpEG MB r3G 3r3
GLADSTONE TRANSFER LTD.                       HARRIS TRANSPORT LTD.                      20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST
BOx 64, GLADSTONE, MB r0J 0T0                 UNIT 15 - 555 HErVO STrEET                 WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                      KELDON LTD.
                                              WINNIpEG, MB r3T 3L6                                                                 245 17TH ST N
GLEN MCLEOD & SON LTD.                                                                   J                                         BrANDON, MB r7A 2V9
944 HENrY AVE, WINNIpEG, MB r3E 3L2           HARROWER ENTERPRISES LTD.                  J D H HIEBERT TRUCKING LTD.
                                              BOx 39, FLIN FLON, MB r8A 1M6              BOx 1527, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4B4             KELSO, KEVIN JAMES
GLENKO ENTERPRISES (1994) LTD.                                                                                                     BOx 233, rApID CITY, MB r0K 1W0
BOx 1000, ArBOrG, MB r0C 0A0                  HARWOOD ENTERPRISES LTD.                   J D MACHINERY MOVERS (2004) LTD.
                                              BOx 1588, VIrDEN, MB r0M 2C0               BOx 6 Grp 256 rr 2                        KESTIRKE TRUCKING LTD.
GLOBE MOVING & STORAGE LTD.                                                              WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                      BOx 430, BIrTLE, MB r0M 0C0
1373 SprUCE ST.                               HAWKER’S HAULING LTD.
WINNIpEG, MB r3E 2V8                          20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST.                      J M W TRANSPORTATION INC.                 KEYSTONE WESTERN INC.
                                              WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                       2160 KING EDWArD ST.                      BOx 460, ILE DES CHENES, MB r0A 0T0
GODDARD TRUCKING LTD.                                                                    WINNIpEG MB r2r 1N2
BOx 54, rATHWELL MB r0G 1S0                   HAZCO TRANSPORTATION                                                                 KGL TRANSPORT LTD.
                                               SERVICES LTD.                             J P TRANSPORT LTD.                        BOx 1236, WINKLEr, MB r6W 4B3
GODDARD, STEVEN ROY                           1199 ST. JAMES ST                          BOx 61, AUBIGNY, MB r0G 0C0
3 MArCOUx pL, WINNIpEG, MB r3x 1J5            WINNIpEG, MB r3H 0K8                                                                 KINDERSLEY TRANSPORT LTD.
                                                                                         J QUINTAINE & SON LTD.                    pO BOx 32099, rpO DICKENS
GOLDEN ROD TRANSPORT INC.                     HEARTLAND TRANSPORT                        BOx 29, r.r. #5                           WINNIpEG, MB r3E 3M9
20 - 360 KEEWATIN STrEET                      BOx 69, FANNYSTELLE, MB r0G OpO            BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y5
WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3                                                                                                               KITTNER, THEODORE A
                                              HI - TECH AGRO LTD.                        J. D. H. HIEBERT TRUCKING                 811 DUGALD rOAD
GOLLSTAR ENTERPRISES LTD.                     51 JEFFErSON ST.                           BOx 1527, WINKLEr, MB r0G 2x0             WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0G7
1920 pArK AVE, BrANDON, MB r7B 0r9            MOrDEN, MB r6M 1V4
                                                                                         JADE TRANSPORT LTD.                       KLEYSEN GROUP LP
GOODBRANDSON’S TRANSFER LTD.                  HICKMOTT, REGINALD E                       963 DUGALD rD., WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0G8      BOx 210 rpO FOrT WHYTE
BOx 18, Grp 202, rr# 2                        1335 VICTOrIA AVENUE                                                                 WINNIpEG, MB r3Y 1N3
SELKIrK, MB r1A 2A7                           BrANDON, MB r7A 1B5




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KLEYSEN TRANSPORT LTD.                      LEGACY LOGISTICS INC.                   MACDONALD, MICHAEL                MIDLAND fREIGHT SYSTEMS INC.
BOX 210 RPO FORT WHYTE                      BOX 642, MACGREGOR, MB R0H 0R0          BOX 95, LA sALLE, MB R0G 1B0      BOX 31 GRP 201 RR 2
WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1N3                                                                                                  WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6
                                            LEN DUBOIS TRUCKING                     MANITOULIN TRANSPORT INC.
KNOX, HUNTLEY                               1001 ELGIN AVE., WINNIPEG, MB R3E 1B5   BOX 30, GRP 200, RR 2             MILLER THE MOVER LIMITED
BOX 194, MIAMI, MB R0G 1H0                                                          WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6              84 BERENs ROAD
                                            LEONARD LEPP LTD.                                                         THOMPsON, MB R8N 1X2
KOLA BUILDING MOVERS LTD.                   BOX 820, RIVERs, MB R0K 1X0             MARCH TRANSPORT LTD.
BOX 99, KOLA, MB R0M 1B0                                                            2800 sAsKATCHEWAN AVE.            MINTY’S MOVING LTD.
                                            LES MOffAT INC.                         WINNIPEG MB R3J 3Z2               BOX 270, ONANOLE, MB R0J 1N0
KOLA fEED MILL LTD.                         BOX 609, MINNEDOsA, MB R0J 1E0
BOX 100, LA BROquERIE, MB R0A 0W0                                                   MARCO POLO MOVING                 MISSION EXPRESS LTD.
                                            LESAGE, JOSEPH L H                       AND STORAGE LTD.                 BOX 17 GRP 25 RR 2
KORSTROM, DAVID W                           BOX 105, NOTRE DAME DE LOuRDEs,         1725 INKsTER BLVD, uNIT C         LORETTE, MB R0A 0Y0
BOX 634, LA sALLE, MB R0G 1B0               MB R0G 1M0                              WINNIPEG, MB R2X 1R3
                                                                                                                      MOELLER, KENNETH H
KOSTAL, MICHAEL WAYNE                       LEVSKI LOGISTIC INC.                    MARION TRUCKING LTD.              NE22-16-2E
RR 2, DARLINGFORD, MB R0G 0L0               351 PERTH AVE, WINNIPEG, MB R2V 0T6     578 MCTAVIsH sT.                  TEuLON, MB R0C 3B0
                                                                                    WINNIPEG, MB R2J 2W5
KOTOWICH, MICHAEL J                         LIBBRECHT, DENNIS                                                         MONKMAN, RICHARD W
BOX 615 RR 1                                BOX 273, CLEARWATER LAKE                MARK BRANDT TRUCKING LTD.         17 RIsquE AVE
PETERsFIELD, MB R0C 2L0                     THE PAs, MB R9A 1K4                     BOX 264, ARBORG, MB R0C 0A0       sPRINGFIELD, MB R2C 2Z0

KROEKER fARMS LIMITED                       LIGHT WAY TRANSPORT INC.                MARTENS, BRADLEY C                MORIN TRANSfER
BOX 1450, WINKLER, MB R6W 4B4               BOX 55, AusTIN, MB R0H 0C0              BOX 623, GLADsTONE, MB R0J 0T0    BOX 312, sT. MALO, MB R0A 1T0

KURTENBACH, LONNY D                         LMJ TOWING LTD.                         MARTENS, ELAINE J                 MORRIS HAULING & ACIDIZING LTD.
BOX 441, sOuRIs, MB R0K 2C0                 2780 sPERRING AVENuE                    BOX 631, GRuNTHAL, MB R0A 0R0     BOX 880. VIRDEN, MB R0M 2C0
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R2E 1H3
L                                                                                   MARTIN-BROWER Of CANADA CO.       MOUND MILK TRANSPORT
L & J BULK MILK TRANSPORT LTD.              LOAD RUNNER LOGISTICS LTD.              1725B INKsTER BLVD                 CO-OP LTD.
BOX 223, sT. CLAuDE, MB R0G 1Z0             3165 MCGILLVRAY BLVD                    WINNIPEG, MB R2X 1R3              BOX 1443, KILLARNEY, MB R0K 1G0
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1G5
L P R SABOURIN TRANSPORT LTD.                                                       MASTER TRANSPORT SERVICES LTD.    MOZEL, JEffREY C
B0X 250, sT. JEAN BAPTIsTE, MB R0G 2B0      LONE STAR TRUCKING LTD.                 20 - 360 KEEWATIN sT              42 WELLWOOD PLACE
                                            sITE 111 COMP 6 RR 1                    WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3              WINNIPEG, MB R2V 4X2
L. HANSEN’S fORWARDING LTD.                 BEAusEJOuR, MB R0E 0C0
434 ARCHIBALD sT                                                                    MATCHETT, TROY J                  MULDER CONSTRUCTION
WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0X5                        LOU-MAR HOLDINGS LTD.                   BOX 247, BELMONT, MB R0K 0C0       & MATERIALS LTD.
                                            20 - 360 KEEWATIN sT                                                      555 KAPELus DRIVE
LA BROqUERIE TRANSfER LTD.                  WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3                    MC & S TRANSPORT LTD.             W. sT. PAuL MB R4A 5A4
BOX 209, LA BROquERIE, MB R0A 0W0                                                   20 - 360 KEEWATIN sTREET
                                            LOYALTY TRANSPORT LTD.                  WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2Y3              MULLIN, BRADLEY K
LABA HOLDINGS LTD.                          BOX 35 sITE 145 RR 1                                                      NE35-37-27W, BOWsMAN, MB R0L 0H0
BOX 263, WHITEMOuTH, MB R0E 2G0             BRANDON, MB R7A 5Y1                     MCAULEY, DOUGLAS B
                                                                                    sW3-13-6W                         MURRAY KOZIE TRUCKING LTD.
LAKE COUNTRY TRANSPORT LTD.                 LUC GAULTIER TRUCKING INC.              PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB R1N 3B7    450 OAK POINT HWY
BOX 691, ARBORG, MB R0C 0A0                 BOX 519, CARMAN, MB R0G 0B0                                               WINNIPEG, MB R2R 1V3
                                                                                    MCCULLAGH, D JAMES
LAKEfRONT ENTERPRISES LTD.                  LUCKHART TRANSPORT LTD.                 BOX 1088, KILLARNEY, MB R0K 1G0   MUSGRAVE HOLDINGS LTD.
BOX 1128, GIMLI, MB R0C 1B0                 BOX 65, sEBRINGVILLE, ON N0K 1X0                                          BOX 369, MCCREARY, MB R0J 1B0
                                                                                    MCCUTCHEON TRANSPORT LTD.
LANDMARK TRANSfER LTD.                      LUKE’S TRUCKING LTD.                    BOX 21, sTRATHCLAIR, MB R0J 2C0   N
BOX 102, LANDMARK MB                        BOX 756, NIVERVILLE, MB R0A 1E0                                           N & J BULK MILK SERVICE LTD.
                                                                                    MCGILL, W MURRAY                  BOX 288, sT. CLAuDE, MB R0G 1Z0
LARK TRANSPORT INC.                         M                                       BOX 104 sITE 30 RR 3
HWY 1A WEsT, BOX 490                        M & M BULK MILK SERVICE LTD.            BRANDON, MB R7A 5Y3               N E W S ENTERPRIZES LTD.
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB R1N 3B9              52 HILL sTREET                                                            BOX 160, BOIssEVAIN, MB R0K 0E0
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R2H 2L2                    MCGINNIS, DAVID K
LARRY PENNER ENTERPRISES INC.                                                       BOX 631, ROBLIN, MB R0L 1P0       NAAYKENS TRANSPORT LTD.
BOX 71 GRP 200 RR 2                         M & M BULK SERVICE LIMITED                                                BOX 872, BEAusEJOuR, MB R0E 0C0
WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6                        BOX 10, RR 2, sTE. ANNE, MB R5H 1R2     MCLEOD TRANSPORTATION LTD.
                                                                                    BOX 8 sITE 315 RR 3               NAISMITH, DAVID
LATIMER TRUCKING COMPANY LTD.               M. CERKOW TRUCKING LTD.                 BRANDON, MB R7A 5Y3               BOX 234, GLENBORO, MB R0K 0X0
NE 17-9-9, TREHERNE, MB R0G 2V0             BOX C 8 GRP 22 RR 2
                                            DuGALD, MB R0E 0K0                      MERIT TRANSPORT LTD.              NEDERHOED TRANSPORT LTD.
LAWRENCE GIESBRECHT                                                                 1579 DuGALD ROAD                  BOX 4, GRP. 10, RR 1
 TRANSPORT INC.                             M. E. L. EXCAVATING & CARTAGE           WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0H3              OAKBANK, MB R0E 1J1
BOX 1017, WINKLER, MB R6W 4B1               961 JARVIs AVE., WINNIPEG, MB R2X 0A1
                                                                                    MEYER BROS. TRUCKING LTD.         NEIL BIRKETT & SONS INC.
LEES, PHILIP H                              MABON, GUY J J                          5 - 2061 LOGAN AVE.               BOX 2 GRP 30 RR 1
BOX 41, MATHER, MB R0K 1L0                  BOX 355, NOTRE DAME DE LOuRDEs,         WINNIPEG, MB R2R 0J1              DuGALD, MB R0E 0K0
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NEUFELD, DANIEL JAMES                        PARAMOUNT TRUCK LINES LTD.              PORTAGE CARTAGE                           R.A.G.(1987) LTD.
BOx 18 Grp 17 rr 2                           1150 FIFE STrEET, WINNIpEG MB r2x 2Z6    & STORAGE (2006) LTD.                    BOx 2190, THE pAS, MB r9A 1L8
DUGALD, MB r0E 0K0                                                                   1680 SArGENT AVE
                                             PATENAUDE TRUCKING INC.                 WINNIpEG, MB r3H 0C2                      R.J.W. TRANSPORTATION
NEW HOPE TRANSPORT LTD.                      pO BOx 103, HOLLAND, MB r0G 0x0                                                     SERVICES INC.
BOx 190, OAK BLUFF, MB r0G 1N0                                                       PORTAGE TRANSPORT (1998) LTD.             20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST
                                             PATENAUDE, P DONALD                     pO BOx 865                                WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3
NORCAL FREIGHT SYSTEMS INC.                  BOx 103, HOLLAND, MB r0G 0x0            pOrTAGE LA prAIrIE MB r1N 3C3
BOx 2582, STEINBACH, MB r5G 1p1                                                                                                RALLY TRANSPORT LTD.
                                             PAUL BRANDT TRUCKING LTD.               POTVIN, GREGORY K                         BOx 5006, MOrDEN, MB r6M 1Y9
NORFOLK TRANSPORT LTD.                       BOx 850, MOrrIS, MB r0G 1K0             BOx 248, CYprESS rIVEr, MB r0K 0p0
BOx 520, AUSTIN, MB r0H 0C0                                                                                                    RANDY’S LIVESTOCK INC.
                                             PAUL’S HAULING LIMITED                  PRAIRIE INTERNATIONAL                     BOx 15, GrETNA, MB r0G 0V0
NORRIE’S HAULING LIMITED                     250 OAK pOINT HIGHWAY                    CONTAINER & DRAY SERVICES
BOx 34, ISABELLA, MB r0M 0Y0                 WINNIpEG, MB r2r 1V1                    135 SAUNDErS rD,                          RAROG, ROBERT S
                                                                                     BOx 28,Grp 514, rr 5                      939 MANITOBA AVE
NORTH 40 TRANSPORT LTD.                      PAYNE TRANSPORTATION LP                 WINNIpEG, MB r2C 2Z2                      WINNIpEG, MB r2x 0J9
NW 23-36-27, SWAN rIVEr, MB r0L 1Z0          BOx 67, Grp 200, rr 2
                                             WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                    PRAIRIE RIDGE TRANSPORT LTD.              RAYWOOD TRANSPORT INC.
NORTH STAR TRANSPORT LTD.                                                            BOx 18, TEULON, MB r0C 3B0                BOx 142, HAYWOOD, MB r0G 0W0
BOx 276, rOSENOrT, MB r0G 1W0                PAYNE, GRAHAM DANIEL
                                             BOx 185, Grp. 327, r.r. 3               PREMIERE VAN LINES                        RAZIR TRANSPORT SERVICES LTD.
NORTHERN BULK HAULING LTD.                   SELKIrK, MB r1A 2A8                     2595 MCGILLIVrAY BLVD, pO BOx 79          977 KENASTON BLVD
60 EAGLE Dr, WINNIpEG, MB r2r 1V5                                                    WINNIpEG, MB r3Y 1S9                      WINNIpEG, MB r3p 1J9
                                             PEARL TRANSPORT INC.
NORTHERN CARTAGE LTD.                        BOx 422, LANDMArK MB                    PRODIGY ENTERPRISES INC.                  RCL BURCO SERVICES, ULC
60 EAGLE Dr, WINNIpEG, MB r2r 1V5                                                    8 - 1635 BUrrOWS AVENUE                   UNIT 2 - 549 rEGENT AVE
                                             PELLACK, BOB                            WINNIpEG, MB r2x 3B5                      WINNIpEG, MB r2C 1r9
NORTON’S TRUCKING LTD.                       507 pLINQUET ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0E9
BOx 100, STArBUCK, MB r0G 2p0                                                        PROVIDER EXPRESS LTD.                     RED RIVER
                                             PENNER INTERNATIONAL INC.               BOx 52, WINNIpEG, MB r2N 1Z0               MESSENGER/COURIER INC.
NUVISION COMMODITIES INC.                    20 pTH 12 NOrTH                                                                   BOx 351, SELKIrK, MB r1A 2B1
BOx 190, ST. JEAN BApTISTE, MB r0G 2B0       STEINBACH, MB r5G 1B7                   PURATONE CORPORATION
                                                                                     BOx 460, NIVErVILLE, MB r0A 1E0           REEVES, NATALIE MAE
O                                            PENNER, DOYLE N                                                                   BOx 131, GYpSUMVILLE, MB r0C 1J0
ODANAH TRUCK LINE INC.                       BOx 66, ArNAUD, MB r0A 0B0              PUROLATOR COURIER LTD.
BOx 20121, BrANDON, MB r7A 6Y8                                                       1935 SArGENT AVE                          REIMER EXPRESS LINES LTD.
                                             PENNER, MICHAEL S                       WINNIpEG, MB r3H 1C9                      1400 INKSTEr BLVD.
ODLUM, GARY F                                BOx 4008                                                                          WINNIpEG, MB r2x 1r1
BOx 295, pILOT MOUND, MB r0G 1p0             BEAUSEJOUr, MB r0E 0C0                  Q
                                                                                     QUAYE’S DELIVERY (1983) INC.              REIMER, JOHNNIE
OJO ENTERPRISES LTD.                         PENNER, WAYNE                           BOx 38136, EAST ST. pAUL, MB r2E 1H3      BOx 1681, CArMAN, MB r0G 0J0
BOx 1807, STONEWALL, MB r0C 2Z0              BOx 21069, STEINBACH, MB r5G 1S4
                                                                                     QUICK TRANSFER LIMITED                    REK EXPRESS INC.
OLMSTEAD, MURRAY IVAN                        PETER KIEWIT SONS CO.                   1680 SArGENT AVENUE                       BOx 218, OAK BLUFF, MB r0G 1N0
BOx 28, CArBErrY, MB r0K 0H0                 4333 GrANDE-ALLEE                       WINNIpEG, MB r3H 0C2
                                             BOISBrIAND, QC J7H 1M7                                                            RELIANCE SERVICES 1994 LTD.
OMER, AHMID                                                                          R                                         BOx 940, FLIN FLON, MB r8A 1N7
1425 NOrTHUMBErLAND rD                       PETKAU BROTHERS EXPRESS INC.            R & N TRUCKING LTD.
WEST ST pAUL, MB r4A 4A1                     BOx 26, BLUMENOrT, MB r0A 0C0           1873 INKSTEr BLVD                         RENAISSANCE TRANSPORT LTD.
                                                                                     WINNIpEG, MB r2r 2A6                      SITE 145 BOx 46 rr1
ORACLE TRANSPORT INC.                        PFUND TRUCKING                                                                    BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y1
BOx 1781 STATION MAIN, WINNIpEG, MB          BOx 73, WANLESS MB r0B 1T0              R LITZ & SONS CO LTD.
r3C 2Z9                                                                              277 MCpHILLIpS ST                         RENEGADE TRANSPORT LTD.
                                             PHIL’S TRANSPORT LTD.                   WINNIpEG, MB r3E 2K7                      BOx 189, pLUMAS, MB r0J 1p0
OSADCHUK, METRO                              BOx 710, MACGrEGOr, MB r0H 0r0
26 JEFFrEY CrES.                                                                     R S HARRIS LTD.                           RHODES TRUCKING LTD.
WINNIpEG, MB r2K 4C2                         PLETT TRUCKING LTD.                     UNIT # 15 - 555 HErVO ST                  BOx 1719, VIrDEN, MB r0M 2C0
                                             BOx 460, LANDMArK, MB r0A 0x0           WINNIpEG, MB r3T 3L6
P                                                                                                                              RICK BRESKY TRUCKING LTD.
P K FRIESEN TRUCKING LTD.                    PLETT, RONALD J                         R T M TRANSPORT LTD.                      BOx 938, SWAN rIVEr, MB r0L 1Z0
BOx 15 rr 1                                  SW20-23-1E, ArBOrG, MB r0C 0A0          BOx 245, 32 MAIN ST.
MOrrIS, MB r0G 1K0                                                                   STrATHCLAIr, MB r0J 2C0                   RIDSDALE TRANSPORT LTD.
                                             PODOLSKY INC.                                                                     BOx 79, Grp 200, rr 2
P QUINTAINE & SON LTD.                       BOx 17 Grp 525 rr5                      R W M ENTERPRISES LTD.                    WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6
BOx 29 rr5, BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y5              WINNIpEG, MB r2C 2Z2                    BOx 5250, BrANDON, MB r7A 7L5
                                                                                                                               RIVERBEND TRANSPORTATION
P T K ENTERPRISES LTD.                       POLAR ENTERPRISES LTD.                  R. LANDREVILLE BULK MILK LTD.               & LOGISTICS INC.
1101 pACIFIC AVE, WINNIpEG, MB r3E 1G7       BOx 36, Grp 8, COMp 4                   BOx 289, ST. CLAUDE, MB r0G 1Z0           415 MULVEY AVENUE E
                                             HADASHVILLE, MB r0E 0x0                                                           WINNIpEG, MB r3L 0r6
PARACLETE TRANSPORT LTD.                                                             R. MURRAY TRUCKING LTD.
BOx 1028                                                                             739 KILDArE AVE E                         RIVERTON TRANSPORT (1998) LTD.
pOrTAGE LA prAIrIE, MB r1N 3C5                                                       WINNIpEG, MB r2C 0p9                      103 HArWOOD CrES
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RMI LOGISTICS CORP                          SAwATZKY, fRANZ                         SMITH RUTHERfORD                       STEwART, BRUCE R
203-1364 MCPHILLIPS ST                      BOX 16, HORNDEAN, MB R0G 0Z0             TRANSPORT INC.                        BOX 727, RUSSELL, MB R0J 1W0
WINNIPEG, MB R2X 2M4                                                                177 - 179 EAGLE DRIVE
                                            SAwATZKY, PETER                         WINNIPEG, MB R2R 1V4                   STILES & KELLY TRANSfER LTD.
ROB SMITH & SON BACKHOE                     BOX 159, ROLAND, MB R0G 1T0                                                    329 12 ST N, BRANDON, MB R7A 6Z2
 & TRUCKING LTD.                                                                    SMITH, GEORGE
BOX 1652, NEEPAWA, MB R0J 1H0               SCHAffER, JASON S                       BOX 43 GRP 200 RR 2                    STONE, THOMAS B
                                            UNIT 1-935 DOUGLAS                      WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2E6                   BOX 15, CLEARWATER, MB R0K 0M0
ROBLIN TRUCK SERVICE LTD.                   BRANDON, MB R7A 7B3
BOX 800, ROBLIN, MB R0L 1P0                                                         SMITH, RAYMOND G                       STONEY CREEK TRANSPORT LTD.
                                            SCHLAMB, ERIC w                         BOX 902, BOISSEVAIN, MB R0K 0E0        BOX 1630 , NEEPAWA, MB R0J 1H0
ROCKING U TRANSPORT LTD.                    BOX 376, GLADSTONE, MB R0J 0T0
BOX 554, MACGREGOR, MB R0H 0R0                                                      SMOOK BROS THOMPSON LTD.               STUCKY, RALPH
                                            SCHMIDTKE, BONNIE S                     101 HAYES RD, THOMPSON, MB R8N 1M3     1530 CALLSBECK AVE
ROCKwOOD VICTORIA CO-OP LTD.                BOX 9 GRP 422 RR4                                                              WINNIPEG, MB R2K 4E2
BOX 299, STONEWALL, MB R0C 2Z0              BEAUSEJOUR, MB R0E 0C0                  SMOOTH fREIGHT LTD.
                                                                                    1604 MORELAND AVE., UNIT 1             SUNLINE LTD.
ROCKY ROAD RECYCLING LTD.                   SCHROEDER fREIGHT INC.                  BRANDON, MB R7C 1A6                    BOX 280 GRP 28 RR 1
4154 MCGILLIVRAY BLVD                       BOX 85, WINNIPEG, MB R3V 1L5                                                   WINKLER, MB R6W 4A1
WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1G5                                                                SOBRY, TODD CLIffORD
                                            SCHROT, ANDREw A                        BOX 113, RESTON, MB R0M 1X0            SUPERIOR PLUS INC.
ROLLY’S TRANSfER CO. LTD.                   31 MINIC RD, WEST ST PAUL, MB R2C 1C2                                          2820 605 5TH AVE SW
649 ST. ANNE’S ROAD                                                                 SOMERSET TRANSfER                      CALGARY, AB T2P 3H5
WINNIPEG, MB R2M 3G6                        SEARCY TRUCKING LTD.                    BOX 134, SOMERSET MB R0G 2L0
                                            1470 CHEVRIER BLVD.                                                            SURE SHOT EXPRESS INC.
ROSENORT TRANSfER LTD.                      WINNIPEG, MB R3T 1Y6                    SOURIS TRANSPORT LTD.                  BOX 1 GRP 582 RR5
BOX 83, ROSENORT, MB R0G 1W0                                                        BOX 757, SOURIS, MB R0K 2C0            WINNIPEG, MB R2C 2Z2
                                            SEED-EX EXPRESS INC.
ROSERIDGE TRUCKING INC.                     BOX 238, LETELLIER, MB R0G 1C0          SOUTHERN EXPRESS LINES                 SUTHERLAND, RONALD G
185 RAQUETTE ST                                                                      Of ONTARIO LTD.                       BOX 210, CLANDEBOYE, MB R0C 0P0
WINNIPEG, MB R3K 1M6                        SELIN, RANDELL BRENT                    72 ROTHWELL RD, WINNIPEG, MB R3P 2H7
                                            BOX 972, DAUPHIN, MB R7N 3L9                                                   SYSCO fOOD SERVICES
ROSEwOOD BULK MILK                                                                  SOUTHMAN LOGISTICS INC.                 Of CANADA, INC.
 HAULING LTD.                               SEMENCHUK, DAVID                        BOX 292, CRYSTAL CITY, MB R0K 0N0      1570 CLARENCE AVENUE
BOX 285, ST. NORBERT MB R3V 1L6             1084 MCCALMAN AVE                                                              WINNIPEG, MB R3T 1T6
                                            WINNIPEG, MB R2L 1H7                    SPIEGLE TRANSPORT INC.
RUBY TRUCK LINE INC.                                                                BOX 393, HOLLAND, MB R0G 0X0           T
BOX 21769, STEINBACH, MB R5G 1W9            SERVCOM CARRIERS LTD.                                                          T J wYBORN TRUCKING LTD.
                                            5292 HWY # 9                            SPIRIT ROAD XPRESS                     BOX 251, DAUPHIN, MB R7N 2V1
RUN-RITE fREIGHT SYSTEMS INC.               ST. ANDREWS, MB R1A 3R4                 BOX 1070, HALBSTADT MB
55 GLENMOOR DRIVE                                                                                                          T S T OVERLAND EXPRESS
WINNIPEG, MB R2E 0G7                        SET TRANSPORT INC.                      STANCHUK PETROLEUM LTD.                BOX 32052, DICKENS P.O.
                                            208 - 1080 WALL ST                      BOX 68, RUSSELL, MB R0J 1W0            WINNIPEG, MB R3E 3M7
S                                           WINNIPEG, MB R2E 2R9
S H DAYTON LTD.                                                                     STEELE ENTERPRISES LTD.                T.S.L. INDUSTRIES LTD.
BOX 277, SHOAL LAKE, MB R0J 1Z0             SIERRA MESSENGER                        768 fAIRMONT RD                        BOX 14, KOLA, MB R0M 1B0
                                              & COURIER SERV INC.                   WINNIPEG, MB R3R 1B4
S KRULICKI & SONS LTD.                      1200 KING EDWARD ST                                                            TETRAULT TRANSPORT
400 OAK POINT HWY                           WINNIPEG, MB R3H 0R5                    STEEP ROCK-NORTHwEST TRANSfER          BOX 70, LA BROQUERIE, MB R0A 0W0
WINNIPEG, MB R2R 1V1                                                                 & MOOSEHORN fREIGHTERS
                                            SIGfUSSON NORTHERN LTD.                 BOX 40, fAULKNER, MB                   THEROUX, ANDRE
S. L. H. TRANSPORT                          BOX 51, LUNDAR, MB R0C 1Y0                                                     BOX 161, NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES, MB
  168886 CANADA INC.                                                                STEINBACH TOwING LTD.                  R0G 1M0
255 HAGGART AVE., WINNIPEG, MB R2R 2V8      SIMPSON’S TRANSfER & fEED LTD.          958 MAIN STREET
                                            1101 PACIfIC AVENUE                     STEINBACH, MB R5G 1Z9                  THIESSEN, LARRY J
SAfETRAN CANADA INC.                        WINNIPEG, MB R3E 1G7                                                           1205 STRATHCONA
640-D PLESSIS RD                                                                    STEPHANOw, KENNETH R                   WINNIPEG, MB R3E 2Y3
WINNIPEG, MB R2C 2Z4                        SINCLAIR, JOHN                          UNIT 2 - 549 REGENT AVE
                                            BOX 216, KOOSTATAK, MB R0C 1S0          WINNIPEG, MB R2C 1R9                   THORARINSON, wILBERT
SAMUEL, SON & CO. LIMITED                                                                                                  BOX 381, RIVERTON, MB R0C 2R0
1355 SASKATCHEWAN AVENUE                    SLATER, JAMES B                         STEPPLER, IAN TRAVIS
WINNIPEG, MB R3E 3K4                        BOX 716, NEEPAWA, MB R0J 1H0            NE 31-4 -7W, MIAMI, MB R0G 1H0         TILBURY GRAIN AND TRUCKING LTD.
                                                                                                                           BOX 681, MELITA, MB R0M 1L0
SAN VIEw TRUCKING LTD.                      SLYZIUK TRUCKING LTD.                   STERLING O & G
508 CALVERLY ST W                           RR 1, GILBERT PLAINS, MB R0L 0X0         INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION             TIMBER wOLf TRUCKING LTD.
NINETTE, MB R0K 1R0                                                                 803 STELLA AVENUE                      BOX 400, LYNN LAKE, MB R0B 0W0
                                            SMALL, ARNOLD                           WINNIPEG, MB R2X 0A5
SASCO LTD.                                  BOX 1 RR 4, BEAUSEJOUR, MB R0E 0C0                                             TKACHYK, MATTHEw
BOX 31, LIBAU, MB R0E 1C0                                                           STEVE’S LIVESTOCK TRANSPORT            NW30-8-4W, ELM CREEK, MB R0G 0N0
                                            SMALL, KEVIN R                           (BLUMENORT) LTD.
SAwATSKY, RENOLD B                          BOX 354, BEAUSEJOUR, MB R0E 0C0         BOX 164, BLUMENORT, MB R0A 0C0
BOX 129, ALTONA, MB R0G 0B0




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TOEWS, ROLAND C                              UNITED PARCEL SERVICE                 WAWANESA BELMONT                          Y
BOx 56, CrOMEr, MB r0M 0J0                    CANADA LTD.                           TRANSFER LTD.                            YVES NORMANDIN TRUCKING LTD.
                                             2900 STEELES AVE W                    BOx 1719, KILLArNEY, MB r0K 1G0           BOx 186, pOWErVIEW, MB r0E 1p0
TOEWS, WILLY                                 CONCOrD, ON L4K 3S2
BOx 161, NIVErVILLE, MB r0A 1E0                                                    WEBB, JOHN WILLIAM                        Z
                                             UNTIED MESSENGER LTD.                 SITE 305 BOx 7 rr 3                       ZEENA TRANSPORT INC.
TRACH’S TRUCKING & SALES LTD.                BOx 39054 INKSTEr pK p.O.             BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y3                       BOx 759, MOrDEN, MB r6M 1A7
BOx 39, WABOWDEN, MB r0B 1S0                 WINNIpEG, MB r2x 3B3
                                                                                   WEBB, WILLIAM R                           ZINK TRANSPORT LTD.
TRANSFORCE ADMINISTRATION INC.               USICK, WENDAL D                       20 - 360 KEEWATIN ST                      BOx 70017, WINNIpEG, MB r3p 0x6
750 BErrY ST, WINNIpEG, MB r3H 0S6           NW29-16-19, MINNEDOSA, MB r0J 1E0     WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2Y3
                                                                                                                             ZISKIND, YAKOV
TRANSPORT EASE AND                           V                                     WERRY, JAMES ALLAN                        26 rENFrEW ST, WINNIpEG, MB r3N 1J1
 MANAGEMENT SERVICES                         V M TRANSPORT LTD.                    BOx 29, BEAUSEJOUr, MB r0E 0C0
 (T.E.A.M.S.)                                BOx 1138, MINNEDOSA, MB r0J 1E0                                                 ZURBA, ALDEN L
344 DAWSON rOAD NOrTH                                                              WEST-CAN AGRA INC.                        BOx 62, SIFTON, MB r0L 1x0
WINNIpEG MB r2J 0S7                          VANDAELE LOGISTICS LTD.               BOx 377, pLUM COULEE, MB r0G 1r0
                                             BOx 144, MEDOrA MB
TRANSX LTD.                                                                        WESTERN LOGISTICS INC.
BOx 36, Grp. 200, rr 2                       VEITCH TRUCK LINES                    55 pAQUIN rOAD, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 3V9
WINNIpEG, MB r3C 2E6                         p O BOx 129, SELKIrK, MB
                                                                                   WESTERN MESSENGER
TRAPPERS TRANSPORT LTD.                      VIC SLYZIUK LTD.                       & TRANSFER LTD.
BOx 23 Grp 514 rr5                           BOx 760, GILBErT pLAINS, MB r0L 0x0   839 ELLICE AVENUE
WINNIpEG, MB r2C 2x5                                                               WINNIpEG, MB r3G 0C3
                                             VIDIR MACHINE LTD.
TRAZ TRANSPORT INC.                          BOx 700, ArBOrG, MB r0C 0A0           WIEBE BROS. TRANSPORTATION LTD.
BOx 921, MOrrIS, MB r0G 1K0                                                        BOx 64, NIVErVILLE, MB r0A 1E0
                                             VITAL TRANSIT SERVICE LTD.
TREE SUNS TOWING INC.                        1850 SELKIrK AVE                      WIEBE’S MOVING SERVICES INC.
BOx 1077, THOMpSON, MB r8N 1N9               WINNIpEG, MB r2r 0N6                  BOx 21047, rpO CHArLESWOOD
                                                                                   WINNIpEG, MB r3r 3r2
TRI-BON TRANSPORTATION                       VITRAN EXPRESS CANADA INC.
 SYSTEMS INC.                                72 rOTHWELL rOAD                      WIELER, DARCY DWAYNE
BOx 748, STONY MOUNTAIN, MB r0C 3A0          WINNIpEG MB r2x 0V1                   BOx 787, MACGrEGOr, MB r0H 0r0

TRIPLE C TRUCKING LTD.                       W                                     WILDWOOD TRANSPORT INC.
BOx 28, STEVENSON ISLAND, MB r0B 2H0         W R S ENVIRONMENTAL                   BOx 46027 rpO WESTDALE
                                             67 OrKNEY pLACE                       WINNIpEG, MB r3r 3S3
TRIPLE G TRANSPORTATION INC.                 WINNIpEG, MB r2E 0G9
BOx 427, ST. CLAUDE, MB r0G 1Z0                                                    WILGENBUSCH, GEORGE M
                                             WABMAN TRUCKING SERVICE LTD.          BOx 656, rOBLIN, MB r0L 1p0
TRIPLE O TRANSPORT LTD.                      BOx 99, WABOWDEN, MB r0B 1S0
BOx 43, Grp 525 rr5                                                                WILLM’S CRANING LTD.
WINNIpEG, MB r2C 2Z2                         WALKER, DOUGLAS                       301 LULU ST, WINNIpEG, MB r3E 3M5
                                             SITE 520 BOx 24 rr 5
TRIPP, KENNETH E                             BrANDON, MB r7A 5Y5                   WILLOW CREEK TRANSPORT LTD.
BOx 2291, SWAN rIVEr, MB r0L 1Z0                                                   BOx 808, GILBErT pLAINS, MB r0L 0x0
                                             WALL, CORNELIUS
TRUCK FREIGHT INTERNATIONAL                  BOx 1612                              WINDY LANE ENTERPRISES INC.
BOx 27085 rpO WINNIpEG SQUArE                pOrTAGE LA prAIrIE, MB r1N 3p1        280 EASTVIEW DrIVE
WINNIpEG, MB r3C 4T3                                                               WINKLEr, MB r6W 4A6
                                             WALLACE, BRAD G
TURK ENTERPRISES LTD.                        157 DOUGLAS ST                        WINNIPEG MESSENGER
16 prAIrIE pLACE                             BrANDON, MB r7A 5S9                    & TRANSFER COMPANY LTD.
ST. ANDrEWS, MB r1A 3p1                                                            B-21 AIKINS ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2W 4E2
                                             WALTON TRUCKING 1992 LTD.
U                                            BOx 1180, VIrDEN, MB r0M 2C0          WINNIPEG MOTOR EXPRESS INC.
ULLBERG, KEVEN C                                                                   1180 FIFE ST., WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2N6
427 pArKVIEW STrEET                          WARKENTIN BUILDING MOVERS
WINNIpEG, MB r3J 1S5                          VIRDEN INC.                          WOOD CREEK LTD.
                                             BOx 2350, VIrDEN, MB r0M 2C0          BOx 1629, rUSSELL, MB r0J 1W0
UNICITY INTEGRATED
 LOGISTICS INC.                              WARREN / STONEWALL FREIGHT            WORLD LOGISTICS INC.
1460 CLArENCE AVE                            BOx 67, WArrEN MB r0C 3E0             680 MISSION ST, WINNIpEG, MB r2J 0A3
WINNIpEG, MB r3T 1T6
                                             WASTE MANAGEMENT                      WURTZ BROS LTD.
UNITED CHEMICAL SERVICES INC.                 OF CANADA CORPORATION                BOx 70, SIDNEY, MB r0H 1L0
BOx 220, SELKIrK, MB r1A 2B2                 70 pArAMOUNT rD
                                             WINNIpEG, MB r2x 2W3                  WYDIN INC.
UNITED MESSENGER CO-OP LTD.                                                        rr 1, DArLINGFOrD, MB r0G 0L0
401-B WESTON ST.
WINNIpEG MB r3E 3H4




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drivers awards


2007 Custom Truck Sales/Canadian Kenworth Drivers Of The MOnTh
           & Volvo Truck Canada Driver Of The Year
                                                                   Manitoba
                                                                   Driver of
                                                                   the year




    Les Craig                                   Bud Rush                         Tiny Friesen                           Jake Unger
    Arnold Bros.                     D. Armstrong Moving & Storage             Big Freight Systems                  Penner International




   Keith Larter                               Geroge Lazik                       John M. Fehr                         Henry Doerksen
  Bison Transport                           Reimer Express Lines               Penner International                   Penner International




    Roy Shaw                                    Barrie Budd                     Brett Wideman                      Michael Thiessen
    Arnold Bros.                              Somerset Transfer                Len Dubois Trucking                     Bison Transport




Do you know a truck driver who deserves special recognition?
The Manitoba Trucking Association is accepting
nominations for their Driver of the Month Awards.
See page 127 for further information

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                                             MANITOBA DRIVER OF THE MONTH AWARD
                                                       NOMINATIONS
Since 1979 MTA’s Manitoba Driver of the Month awards have recognized outstanding Manitoba professional drivers for their
safety and their career contributions to the trucking industry. And since 1991 Custom Truck Sales (Man) Inc. and Canadian
Kenworth have proudly sponsored these awards.

Driver of the Month Awards recognize Manitoba professional drivers whose careers demonstrate excellent driving skills,
exemplary safety records, outstanding customer service and dedication to the profession.

Do you know an outstanding professional driver worthy of a Manitoba Driver of the Month award?
Please nominate him or her today.

Complete this form and mail or fax it to:
Manitoba Trucking Association, 25 Bunting Street, Winnipeg, MB R2X 2P5
Fax (204) 694-7134
MTA will contact the driver and employer for details such as years of service and driving record.




                                      THE MANITOBA TRUCKING ASSOCIATION
                             CUSTOM TRUCK SALES (MAN) INC. & CANADIAN KENWORTH LTD.

                                                 DRIVER OF THE MONTH AWARD
                                                        Nomination Form
DRIVER NAME AND EMPLOYER
Driver’s full name:

Current Employer:

NOMINATION SUBMITTED BY

Your Name:

Company:

Telephone:                                                 Email:

Type of freight you ship with this driver:

Usual destination(s):

How long have you dealt with this driver:



I AM NOMINATING THIS DRIVER BECAUSE:
Describe why you believe this driver displays the traits of an outstanding professional driver: safety, customer service,
professionalism. Please provide specific examples. Use additional paper if necessary.
The more information you can provide, the better our judges can evaluate the nomination.




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Your signature:                             Date:




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