Is your provincially regulated transportation company exempt from using an ELD?
Some provinces have rules that differ from the federal rules for their intra-provincial fleets, and may not even require the use of an ELD for those fleets operating solely within the province.
To determine if your provincially regulated fleet is exempt from using ELDs, you must determine if the province in question will make ELDs mandatory for intra-provincial operations.
For most provinces, the use of ELDs will be required for intra-provincial operations. Currently, however, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island and Nunavut do not intend to make it mandatory. However, the situation may change. You should check with your provincial authorities.
Remember: The Canadian ELD rule applies to federally regulated carriers, but provinces may also impose it on provincially regulated carriers. It is recommended that you check with your provincial authorities.