Workplace Harassment and Violence LMS Training Tutorial

Trucking HR Canada is here to help you comply with new Canada Labour Code requirements

Our online training, developed in partnership with Labour Canada, is ready to launch.

Join us for an hour-long webinar that will walk you through:

  • Creating your online account
  • How to input employee information, track training, and produce required reports
  • How our national database will support industry labour mobility
  • Overview of additional supports designed to support you in compliance

Date: January 14th 2021

Time: NOON (Eastern)

Please Register Below

This program was developed in partnership with Labour Canada, labour groups, employment lawyers, and HR professionals.   It is delivered in partnership with the Canadian Trucking Alliance and all provincial associations.


The project is funded in part by the government of Canada’s Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Fund.

Women with Drive Leadership Summit 2021


The Women with Drive Leadership Summit has emerged as a must-attend event for anyone in the industry looking to learn more about the recruitment and retention of women.  Join us virtually on March 10, 2021 as we take our learning to an international level and get a global perspective as panelists share their stories of how the pandemic is fundamentally impacting work in our industry.

Your registration gives back in a special way.  Register BEFORE February 10, 2021 and you will receive a special and unique handmade Unako scarf from a women’s group in Nepal – together, we are empowering marginalized women.

Not only are we linking global leaders – we are linking women around the world.

While we cannot be together in person, we can creatively connect in other ways. We hope to see photos on social media of you with your new scarves.

To learn more about the charity we are supporting, click HERE.


Thank you to Isaac our official sponsor of these scarves.


Seasoned stateswoman and diplomat, her voice is gifted with the power to convene everywhere in the multilateral sphere, in every UN forum, from New York to Geneva, all the way to the Security Council, as well as within the European Union, the European Parliament, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the African Union. Michaëlle Jean knows how to persuade, mobilize, educate, and unite. She testifies eloquently to the key issues and state of the world she has travelled extensively. A woman of action and vision, Michaëlle Jean has demonstrated fearless commitment in the promotion of peace, including in countering terrorism, radicalization and extremism. Humanistic values, courage, tenaciousness, along with indomitable optimism and creativity are hallmarks of her character. Michaëlle Jean is the 27th Governor General, Commander-in-Chief of Canada, sworn in September 27, 2005, for a five-year mandate. As soon as the mandate ended, on October 1st, 2010, the United Nations immediately called on her to become UNESCO Special Envoy to support reconstruction efforts in Haiti. From 2011 to 2014, Michaëlle Jean also served as Chancellor of the University of Ottawa, where her offices as UNESCO Special Envoy were hosted. On November 30, 2014, Michaëlle Jean then becomes the 3rd Secretary General of La Francophonie at the 15th Summit of Heads of State and Government held in Dakar, a position to which she devoted her whole energies from January 5, 2015, to January 3, 2019. Michaëlle Jean is also active within the Quebec women’s movement, working tirelessly to help build a vast network with hundreds of emergency shelters for battered women and their children.


Halla Tómasdóttir is the CEO of The B Team, a group of courageous business and civil society leaders working together to transform business for a better world. Halla started her leadership career in corporate America working for Mars and Pepsi Cola. She was on the founding team of Reykjavík University where she established the Executive Education Department, founded and led a successful women’s entrepreneurship and empowerment initiative and was an assistant professor at the Business School. She was the first female CEO of the Iceland Chamber of Commerce and later went on to co-found an investment firm with the vision to incorporate feminine values into finance. The company successfully survived the infamous economic meltdown in Iceland. In 2016 Halla was an independent candidate for the President of Iceland. She entered a crowded field of candidates and finished as the runner-up with nearly 30 percent of the vote.

Refund Policy

We recognize that sometimes plans change.  Contact us before February 10, 2021 for a full refund (a $10 cancellation fee will apply). If your special gift has been sent, we regret to say that no refund can be offered.  After February 10, 2021, with no refund option available,  we will gladly accommodate substitutions on all registrations.

We appreciate the generosity and support of our sponsors however, please note that due to the nature of the sponsorship agreements, we are not able to refund or exchange sponsorships.

Please note: All scarves are beautiful, with varying combinations of colours and features. They will be sent randomly and cannot be exchanged or returned.

Event details such as guest speakers and content are subject to change.