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The Trump Effect on Trucking

I was in Boston, MA, during the recent U.S. election. As a Canadian, it was interesting to share such a cultural and political event with locals. On Wednesday morning, just hours after the polls closed, there was a lot of

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There’s no ‘I’ in Team, but there is a ‘Me’ in Mentor

I was ready to turn 40, in fact, I was actually looking forward to it. With six months to go, I felt prepared and ready for the next chapter. I had accomplished a lot in the past 40 years and

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Both sides of the coin: Denis Wallin’s mentorship story

At Bison Transport, we strive to empower our people in many ways. One of these ways is encouraging a culture of mentorship – in both a formal and informal capacity.  You’ve already read about Dave Fulawka, and how he engages in

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How a Folding Bike Changed My Life

If you’re a regular visitor to The Transporter, you’ve likely already met Roger, a professional company Driver with Bison. This spring, Roger and Bison Transport approached DAHON folding bikes to test drive some of their bikes to see how they could

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Petra the Peterbilt: A Love Story

You’ve met Roger, a professional Company Driver with Bison, a few times already. Recently, Roger sent us an email sharing a story about his Peterbilt truck. We found it heartwarming so we thought we’d share it with you, too! Enjoy… __ “Wow, nice

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