“Trucks of the future could someday cross the continent from Mexico to Canada along the north-south corridor of U.S. Interstate 83—without the hassles of passports, visas, or even a human hand on the wheel, according to a plan being pushed by the Central North American Trade Corridor Association.”

The proposed route would continue from Manitoba, through Saskatchewan, Alberta and BC to Alaska.

There was more discussion over the last month surrounding Suncor’s use of driverless trucks in its Alberta operations. Unions are clearly upset but it

should be noted that the 800 lost to autonomous trucks are just the beginning.

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