Lansdowne’s Parade Reminds Drivers to Slow Down and Move Over

The second annual Light it Up Ceremony and Parade, held in honour of fallen tow truck operators and in support of the roadside workers’ safety, will be hosted at the Lansdowne Fairgrounds, Ontario, on June 18, 2022. The local towing community, firefighters, police, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and other industry stakeholders are all welcome to …

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Ontario Fuel Tax Rebate Helps Towing Companies Leverage Increased Fuel Costs

As soaring gas prices squeeze the towing industry across Canada, many companies are looking for ways to leverage their increased operating costs. In Ontario, towing businesses may take advantage of the government’s fuel tax refunds on power take-off equipment. A towing company can recover a road tax ($0.143 per litre for diesel and $0.147 per …

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The Freedom Convoy, the protests, the border blockades—how one of Canada’s biggest stories of the year catapulted the towing industry into the spotlight. by Kara Cunningham The convoy movement that swept across Canada earlier this year interrupted life and business and raised interesting questions about the relationship between personal liberty and public responsibility. As the …

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