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Industry committee  I have trucking firms in the Okanagan that have specifically said that this has dissuaded some of them.... They are currently forced to work for other companies, because the orientation of their company is north-south. I think some of the smaller ones are there. It does sound to

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Thank you.

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Going back to the Canadian Trucking Alliance, again, there's a lot of integration between Canada and the United States. There are a lot of trucking companies that operate in the United States; they come to Canada and vice versa. What are some of the competitiveness differences w

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Will the United States trucking firms be forced to use the federal trucking registry for the carbon tax?

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  That's interesting, okay. What about Canadian companies that operate in the United States. Will they be filling up on the U.S. side? Will that exempt them from having to pay it, or is that somehow part of the federal trucking registry?

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  What is your equivalent U.S. organization saying to this?

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  We're a month away, and they've inquired about it? It doesn't sound as if this is ready to go.

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  All right. You also talked about the need for trained workers and perhaps to have some of the gaps made up through immigration. My understanding is that there are some changes to the residency requirements, so that when someone has put in their application they're required to be

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Again, if 90% is already slated to go to consumers in terms of rebates, that makes it very difficult for any industry to be able to collect theirs back. Going back to the federal trucking registry for the carbon tax, it sounds to me that there's going to be significant overlap b

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  You still don't know a month out.

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you to our witnesses for their expertise and for helping us in the study of this important area. I'd like to start with the Canadian Trucking Alliance. Sir, you mentioned, in your initial testimony, the discussion around the federal trucking registr

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Just on a separate note.... It must grind some of your members' gears that in backstop jurisdictions such as Ontario and Saskatchewan, come April 1, they're going to be among the most heavily carbon-emitting industries because of the use of diesel. They will be paying proportiona

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  In regard to the Treasury Board cost-benefit analysis from here, that usually has to be all done as one part of the process. Are you saying that they are literally going ahead with a fuel standard consultation, without actually having done any of the economic analysis to see what

February 7th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas

Industry committee  Obviously, competitiveness is critical because we are competing with the United States for these kinds of investments. Is there anything like that in the United States?

February 7th, 2019Committee meeting

Dan Albas