This is what happened yesterday…major delays in the evening rush hour commute!
About 100 trucks from the Drayton Valley area joined the convoy, which was also expected to attract people from elsewhere in central Alberta and the Edmonton region.<!– [if lte IE 8]><![endif]–>&amp;lt;img class=”story-img” src=”https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/Nisku-convoy-5-crop.jpg?quality=70&amp;amp;#038;strip=all&amp;amp;#038;w=512″ alt=”A truck in a pro-pipeline convoy through the Nisku industrial park, south of Edmonton, to show their support for Alberta&amp;amp;#8217;s beleaguered energy industry on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.”&amp;gt;
Ryan thought as many as a thousand trucks could join the convoy. It was impossible to count the exact number of trucks due to the sheer size of the convoy, however organizers said the turnout was much bigger than expected.
Organizers worked with Leduc County and RCMP to ensure the convoy went smoothly.
Ryan’s company provides transportation and logistics in the oil and gas, mining and construction industry. He said it’s been a tough few years.
“We’re working class and we just want to go to work. We’re here to do everything as ethical and as environmentally friendly as possible,” he said.