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  • info@odta.ca
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ONTARIO DUMP TRUCK ASSOCIATION

BE READY TO BECOME PART OF US

The Ontario Dump Truck Association (ODTA) is a collective body that supports the safety and sustainability of the dump truck industry in Ontario.
The Ontario Dump Truck Association was formed July 17, 2007 to advocate for the rights of those in the Dump Truck Industry.

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JOIN US HANDS WITH OTHER DUMP TRUCK OPERATORS

ENSURE YOUR RIGHTS

EQUIP TRUCKS WITH LATEST RESOURCES AND KITS
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BECOME A MEMBER TODAY

KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING RECEIVE EXPERIENCED GUIDANCE ON JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING PROVIDE PLATFORM FORBUYING AND SELLING
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START REAPING THE BENEFITS

WHAT WE STAND FOR..

OUR ASSOCIATION STANDS FOR RIGHTS OF DUMP TRUCK OWNERS

ONTARIO GARBAGE TRUCKING ASSOCIATIONS IS THE VOICE OF THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY -
INFLUENCING POLICY, SUPPORTING EDUCATION & ADVANCING PROFITABILITY ON CANADIAN'S HOMES..

  • thumb1 MEDIA ADVISORY FOR WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30, 2020 CLICK HERE

    On Wednesday December 30th, truck drivers from across the province are participating in a day of action to appeal to MPPs and the Ontario government to support the livelihood of independent dump truck operators, who are a critical part of keeping the economy moving. Starting at 9am, truckers will begin by delivering letters to a number of MPP constituency offices, before gathering at Queen’s Park at 11am. Together from Queen’s Park, a convoy will drive to the Minister of Transportation – Hon. Caroline Mulroney’s constituency office. Truck drivers will be available to speak about the fear mongering by the Government to justify poor policy. They will be asking the Government to treat dump truck drivers fairly and make the same accommodations for them as they have for other categories of trucks. And finally, they’ll speak about the impact these Government changes have to their ability to earn a living, in addition to the consequences these changes have with respect to construction delays, shortages, and increased building costs. - For more information: Sarbjit Kaur Email:sarbjit@kpwcomms.com Phone: 416-274-5324

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December 30,2020

Truck drivers from across the province are participating in a day of action to appeal to MPPs and the Ontario government to support the livelihood of independent dump truck operators. Read More

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December 30,2020

A $40,000 retrofit is simply beyond the reach of most independent truckers. “The government says we’ve had years to prepare - but we work to put food on the table.Read More