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Edmonton transport company facing over 220 charges

Edmonton police have laid over 220 charges against a transportation company.

On December 5, officers in the Commercial Vehicles Investigations Unit completed an investigation going back through six months of records of Alberta North Transportation Ltd.

This investigation led the company to being served with an appearance notice with 223 charges for offences including not having trip inspections, logbooks, of safety fitness certificates.

“These vehicles were used to transport large groups of people on private excursions, including students on school trips, to places like Drumheller, Jasper and Lake Louise,” said Constable James Kendrick, who led the investigation.

Alberta North Transporation will be appearing in an Edmonton court on January 9.

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