North American continues to do its part to train safe commercial drivers in support of transporting necessary goods for the benefit of all Canadians. Appropriate health measures have and continue to be enforced at each location to ensure the health and well being of both our staff and our students. For potential students looking to start a career in transportation we are available by phone, text, email and zoom chat and look forward to hearing from you.


We are proud to announce that we have been voted the best driving school for the fifth year in a row!

Consumer Choice Award Winner four years running




Safety Training in the news...

"Saskatchewan urges Ottawa to change student-loan rules to help drivers afford safety training"

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This is a Must Read...

"How an immigration scheme steers newcomers into Canadian trucking jobs – and puts lives at risk"

The Globe and Mail
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KATHY TOMLINSON Globe and Mail 
PUBLISHED OCTOBER 5, 2019

We are very pleased and proud to join EARN as a Stakeholder Champion

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What is EARN?

Employment Accessibility Resource Network (EARN) is a community initiative, led by United Way Ottawa, that brings together in partnership employers, service providers and other stakeholders with the goal of increasing employment opportunities for people with disabilities and promoting inclusive and accessible workplaces.

EARN seeks to increase the capacity of employers, service providers and partners to effectively include people with disabilities in the workforce. Activities include education about the benefits of inclusive hiring practices and a healthy work environment that benefits all employees (with or without a disability). As well, EARN facilitates direct and indirect connections between employers, service providers and job seekers.

Checkout the EARN Champions List here

 


CBC News: Trucking industry facing driver shortage!



CBC News: Trucking industry facing driver shortage

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Please Read the CBC News Articles About Trucker Shortage in Canada



A severe shortage of professional drivers has created an amazing opportunity for you! One call to North American Transport Driving Academy will put your future into high gear. Call us, e-mail us or come in and talk to us and get on the road to success!





Drivers face tougher tests with legal marijuana

Ontario has introduced lower-level administrative penalties under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act – including zero tolerance for commercial drivers.


Drivers face tougher tests with legal marijuana

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Testing truck safety: Are you safe on the road?

North American Transport Driving Academy EXCEEDS the MELT Standard for all of our students to further ensure the safety and security of all students and other drivers on the roads.




Testing truck safety: Are you safe on the road?

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CTV News Special Report: Weed in the Workplace