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Welcome to the Canadian Courier & Logistics Association

 The Canadian Courier & Logistics Association (CCLA) is a non-profit
Trade Association for the Courier Industry in Canada.

Our Mission is to represent and advance the interests of couriers and time sensitive logistics service providers operating in Canada.

No matter if your organization is global, national, or local; you need representation with regulatory agencies. Whether a giant integrator with a fleet of aircraft or across-town rush messenger, your company is impacted by rules laid down by elected officials at various levels of government. Working as a unified voice for the courier industry, CCLA is able to impact those regulations and legislation.

By becoming a member of CCLA your company will gain greater negotiating power and the ability to influence government policy, and network with other organizations by participating on one of our committees.

To join the Association please click on the Join CCLA tab above.

Upcoming Events for 2017

January 10th, 2017 -                    CCLA Board Meeting

February 27 - March 2, 2017   15th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature                                                                                 Management Logistics Summit - Canada                                  Hyatt Regency, Toronto  
                                          Event Agenda:

May 3 - 5, 2017 -                            29th Annual CLDA Meeting & Exposition
                                                                       "Connecting the Supply Chain" 
                                                                       Orlando, Florida"


May 24, 2017
CCLA Board Meeting 
           The Country Club, Woodbridge, ON.

June 22, 2017                                   CCLA Annual General Meeting


  • Allan M. Kaufman
  • Barrister & Solicitor
  • Tel: 416-364-1068416-364-1068
  • Fax: 416-364-1341
  • email:
  • Sheraton Richmond Tower
    Suite 438, 100 Richmond St .W
    Toronto, Ontario M5H 3K6
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