Alain Duguet and Gilbert Prince crisscrossed Canada and the United States together a number of times, two truck drivers cramped in a relatively small space.
They could chat for hours, getting into disagreements every now and then, but Prince was such a jovial person that he laughed even when he was upset, Duguet said.
"I'm talking about him in the past tense…" Duguet said. He sighed. His voice trailed off.
...Vedat Verter, professor at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management and an expert in transportation risk management, said Calgary may serve as a model for Montreal.
Read full article: CBC, August 13, 2016