Driving jobs in Canada

Old May 28th 2009, 6:57 pm
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No you cant - even with pig flu!
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No you cant - even with pig flu!
Oh he got that allright
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Rumour is the flus all starteed in China!

Apparently bird flu, pig flu all came from there, they are all named after chinese new years, next year it should be rat flu!
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Rumour is the flus all starteed in China!

Apparently bird flu, pig flu all came from there, they are all named after chinese new years, next year it should be rat flu!

is that the one you'll catch
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Naw!
But Koogs might catch the Loch Nessie flu, which would be funny as he couldnt tell anyone where it came from!
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Naw!
But Koogs might catch the Loch Nessie flu, which would be funny as he couldnt tell anyone where it came from!
just seen edge and triangle looking for up to 10 drivers each......
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Thought I would post this in case anyone was looking for info regarding driving jobs - Bus and Coach:

Fort Mcmurray - Day shifts (Home every night) - 3-4 hour morning run and 3-4 hour afternoon run.

Will train to get licence.

Guaranteed $210.00 per day. Working 24 days on, 4 off, but plenty of overtime if wanted.

In addition, every drivers receives a Fort Mcmurray Living Allowance of $1050.00 per month

In total that equates to around $70-80k per year without OT. Some of the top seniority drivers are on $100-$130k per year.

PM me if you would like any details.
hi i am in the uk and wanting to work and live in canada, i am married with 3 girls so its a family move i have a british hgv class 2 26ton with draw bar trailer so i willing to train, would i be accepted.
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hi i am in the uk and wanting to work and live in canada, i am married with 3 girls so its a family move i have a british hgv class 2 26ton with draw bar trailer so i willing to train, would i be accepted.
here we go again
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sorry what do you mean here we go again,is there a problem i just asked a question thats all.
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Oilsands posted that job in feb 2008,he has not reappeared on the forum since,,but periodicly people write in wanting more info i suggest you read this thread from front to back
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Hey commando....where about's in the cotswold are you? I'm from Stroud Gloucestershire....
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hi i am in tetbury and currently work for sita as a driver / supervisor, served 24 years in the army and 3 years in alberta, wanting to work and live with wife and girls willing to pay to train class 1 out there but not sure what visa i need to train and can i get it on point of entry, mark
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hi i am in tetbury and currently work for sita as a driver / supervisor, served 24 years in the army and 3 years in alberta, wanting to work and live with wife and girls willing to pay to train class 1 out there but not sure what visa i need to train and can i get it on point of entry, mark
how to come and work in Canada in 6 easy steps

1, Research the web for canadain trucking companies
2,Send CVs, phone, Email as many companies as poss
3,decide on area of canada that suits you
4,once LMO and Wp issued, arrive
5,pass class 1 test\
6, start work

easy as that
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I moved out here 7 years ago and married an American women, (still together!)
So for me, life was a little easier, as for Canada, I hear they are looking for drivers, but not sure how you go about doing it.
Trucking here in the U.S. has slowed a lot, despite what you might hear, all the big boys, such as Schneider, J.B. Hunt and so on have cut back on training drivers, freight is tight.....When ever I get back to Stroud, I always buy the U.K. trucking mags, and see adverts for jobs in Canada....Maybe that's where you should start....
I see you have a class two, any experience in a Semi?
Good luck.
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I moved out here 7 years ago and married an American women, (still together!)
So for me, life was a little easier, as for Canada, I hear they are looking for drivers, but not sure how you go about doing it.
Trucking here in the U.S. has slowed a lot, despite what you might hear, all the big boys, such as Schneider, J.B. Hunt and so on have cut back on training drivers, freight is tight.....When ever I get back to Stroud, I always buy the U.K. trucking mags, and see adverts for jobs in Canada....Maybe that's where you should start....
I see you have a class two, any experience in a Semi?
Good luck.
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You've had some nice thunder storms over in Kansas recently I see.
Had a bunch of hail here today, but no tornados yet.
Fingers crossed
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