Saskatchewan introduces mandatory semi truck driver training after Humboldt Broncos tragedy

After the Humboldt Broncos bus crash[1] of April 6, 2018, training will become mandatory for drivers seeking a Class 1 commercial licence in Saskatchewan next year — meaning that potential semi-truck drivers will be required to undergo a minimum of 121.5 hours of instruction.The changes take effect March 15, 2019.Story continues below[2]Related

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  1. ^ Humboldt Broncos bus crash (globalnews.ca)
  2. ^ Story continues below (globalnews.ca)

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