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Our Board of Directors is accepting applications for the 2024-25 term from motor carrier and associate members. Those received by the end of day Wednesday, March 20, 2024, will be considered for approval at our Annual General Meeting (AGM) this coming June.

If you are passionate about the industry and willing to take an active part in advancing the interests of commercial road transportation throughout BC, we’d like to hear from you.

The BCTA Board of Directors provides guidance and expertise for the development of BCTA’s position and policies on the wide range of industry issues we address on your behalf. Directors serve for one year (as of their election at the AGM), while members of the Executive Committee serve for two.

While we invite incumbent Board members to serve for another year, there are usually empty seats to fill. The Board can have up to 34 members, and may, at its discretion, appoint 4 more.

Click here for the application form, which contains a complete list of qualifications and requirements. Please save the form as a PDF file to your device before filling out any information.

The deadline for applications is end of day, Wednesday, March 20, 2024.

When submitting your application, please save the completed form as a PDF file to send via email, or print and submit by mail.

Questions? Contact BCTA President & CEO Dave Earle at 604-888-5319, ext. 214, or at

What are the criteria for choosing new directors?

BCTA’s Board Nominating Committee will review all applications. In addition to looking for candidates that meet our key requirements, the Committee will seek a balance among geographic representation, company size, and specialization for the Board. The Committee will acknowledge all applications it receives and communicate directly with its recommended slate of nominees prior to consideration by the membership at the AGM in June.

For details about the Board nomination process, please see our Bylaws.

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