Doug was recognized for his extended chairpersonship of the Board of Directors (24 months). Doug provided strategic guidance and support to the CCMTA Board of Directors and organization during a critical time. His contributions and dedication to CCMTA members ensures CCMTA continued to achieve its road safety priorities.
Krista was recognized for her chairpersonship of the Program Committee on Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Krista represented CCMTA at many different partner tables and forums, including CVSA. CCMTA is appreciative of her leadership on the Electronic Logging Device file, revisions to NSC 9 on Hours of Service, and ensuring that essential commercial trucking activities and cross-border issues were addressed during the early days of COVID-19.
Gary was recognized for his chairpersonship of the Program Committee on Drivers and Vehicles. His leadership, knowledge, and collaboration on projects such as development of a new NSC Standard on ELTs for Class 1 Drivers, updates to NSC 6 on Determining Driver Fitness, and support to the CDLA ensured the Drivers & Vehicles Committee’s priorities contributed to road safety in Canada.
George was recognized for his chairpersonship of the Program Committee on Road Safety Research and Policies (RSRP). His contributions and guidance leading RSRP on priority road safety research issues including supporting discussions on cannabis legislation and its impact on road safety, monitoring road safety issues (distracted driving, speeding and alcohol impaired driving) as well as monitoring emerging road safety issues.