Those two words sum up the story told by the 2018-2019 financial and operational highlights for both the Saskatchewan Auto Fund and SGI CANADA, which were tabled in the provincial legislature on Tuesday, July 9. Continue reading “SGI finances stable: annual report”
New training requirements for those wishing to drive a semi in agriculture operations will be phased in starting next year.
The changes follow the implementation of 121.5 mandatory training hours for Class 1 commercial semi drivers that came into effect March 15, 2019. Continue reading “New training rules coming for semi drivers in ag sector”
New mandatory standardized training requirements take effect on Friday, March 15 for those wanting a Class 1 commercial licence in Saskatchewan to drive semi trucks. Continue reading “Mandatory training standards for semi drivers come into effect”