Source: Jim Hoft

Inter-Pacific Transport Ltd,  Calgary’s only family-owned, 24/7, full-service, transportation, crane, and container service company, released a statement on Wednesday rejecting the requests from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to assist in the removal of trucks.

The company received a call from Alberta’s RCMP and other agencies requesting towing services at the US-Canada border but they turned down the request.

“We at Inter-Pacific Transportation (Group of companies) agree with peaceful protesting and stand with our lawful friends throughout the industry who are fighting for their Canadian Rights & Freedom throughout Alberta and the rest of Canada,” Jonathan Francis, CEO, wrote in the news release.

Read the full statement below:

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On February 1st 2022, we received a call from the Alberta R.C.M.P and other agencies requesting our assistance in providing towing services at the Alberta-United States Coutts Border crossing protest.

As many Canadians are aware this is a very uneasy situation for any business within the trucking and transportation industry. Our team has always held the standards of quality and professional service very high. That said, it is not in our best business or personal interest to assist with towing and impounding of Canadians and we have choose to refused to assist with this request and any other request of such nature surrounding the convoy and protesting unless it is requested by a driver or transport company for mechanical reasons.

We at Inter-Pacific Transportation (Group of companies) agree with peaceful protesting and stand with our lawful friends throughout the industry who are fighting for their Canadian Rights & Freedom throughout Alberta and the rest of Canada.

We continue to maintain professionalism when providing service to our current and new clients throughout Western Canada and request the same in return. This is a very stressful time for our industry and for Canadians but together we can push forward into a bright future.

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TGP previously reported that towing companies in Alberta, Canada reportedly refused the requests from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to assist in the removal of trucks from Coutts Port of Entry on the north side of the Alberta-Montana border.