Canada Trucking Jobs - Owner Operators

Owner-Operator Trucking Jobs in Canada

Are you looking for a job that allows you to set your own routes, drive as many miles as you want, and choose the clients that best suit your professional goals? If so, you may want to think about purchasing your own truck and becoming an owner-operator. As an owner-operator in Canada, you can set your own rates, set a schedule that suits you, and build equity in your business.

Owner-operators in Canada may specialize in one area or one industry. A lot depends on what type of equipment you have. For example, if you drive a flatbed truck or a refrigerated truck, you may be able to take on many different hauls and routes for specialty clients. Find out what companies hire owner-operators in your area by checking out our job listings below!

Requirements and Career Outlook for Truckers in Canada

Before you can purchase your own truck and start driving as an owner-operator, you have to be properly licensed in your home province. For example, the Government of Alberta licenses Albertan drivers, while Manitoba drivers may apply for licensure via Manitoba Public Insurance. Spending a little extra time to get a higher-class license or add endorsements to your license can pay off, since these options can broaden your client base and your potential income.

As a truck driver in Canada, you may earn a range of salaries. Since you’re an owner-operator, you will have to pay your own insurance, business expenses, and taxes. Keep that in mind while setting your schedule and rates. Putting in a lot of work and marketing your skills can help you boost your earning potential. The Job Bank of Canada reports that the average salary for a truck driver is $20 per hour.

Take your trucking career to the next level by becoming an owner-operator. Begin by applying for the Canadian OO jobs we have listed below!

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