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January-February 2022 – Issue

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January-February 2022 – Norris Fedato

January-February 2022 - When driver Norris Fedato was two months old, he was taken in by his grandparents, who lived in Bralorne, BC. Bralorne, at that time, was a bustling mining town of about 3,000 that serviced the Bralorne and Pioneer mines. The town was about as remote as any place in Southern [...]

November-December 2021 Issue

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November-December 2021 – Robert Pigeau

November-December 2021 - I called Scott Casey to see if he could recommend a veteran driver for our November/December Rig of the Month. He introduced me to Robert Pigeau, and I am glad he did. I have spoken to many recruiters, and those I have talked to over the years all seem to [...]

September-October 2021 Issue

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September-October 2021 – Trent Lalonde

September-October 2021 - Driving truck was something I decided to do for one year as an adventure. That was 28 years ago. However, the adventures have never ended. I stumbled into trucking. In my 20’s I was working construction and often found myself unemployed. My parents had a few trucks hauling logs, so [...]

July-August 2021 – Tylor Rogers

July-August 2021 - After high school, I came back to the farm and got my license to haul grain. That’s when I really got bit by the trucking bug. Shortly after getting my license, I got a job working as a driver in the oilfield in a brand new 2008 Peterbilt, 379 long hood [...]

July-August 2021 Issue

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May-June 2021 Issue

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May-June 2021 – Sean Leatherland

May-June 2021 - My name is Sean Leatherland, and I was born in 1969 in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. I have been interested in trucks and trucking for as long as I can remember. The main reason is I grew up around trucks. I am a third-generation driver as both my father and grandfather were [...]