Caribou Transport LP specializes in hauling freight within central and northern Saskatchewan.  Our main warehouse and office are located on "old Highway 2" just south of Prince Albert.  We provide delivery and pickup service in Prince Albert and various communities near Prince Albert.  Additionally, we have equipment, facilities, and personnel at Wollaston Lake, on the Hatchet Lake Denesuline First Nation. 

We serve La Ronge, Air Ronge, Stanley Mission, Grandmothers Bay, Southend, Points North, Black Lake, Stony Rapids and other northern destinations on a frequent basis.   In addition to providing service on our primary routes in central and northern Saskatchewan, Caribou Transport LP has the equipment and personnel to haul your goods to other points within Saskatchewan and beyond.  We utilize 48 foot and 53 foot enclosed trailers, refrigerated and heated reefer units, and flat deck semi-trailer units for larger loads.  For smaller loads, we use enclosed single axle vans, with or without lift gates.

The strength of Caribou Transport LP comes from our people. Our drivers have many years of experience safely delivering goods on time under the extreme hauling conditions often found in central and northern Saskatchewan. 

At Caribou, we care about our customers.  Our goal is to provide all our customers with the best possible service at a competitive price.  Give us a call the next time that you require trucking services. 
We believe that you will be very pleased with our service!

Caribou Transport LP is fully owned by the Hatchet Lake First Nation.  As authorized by the Hatchet Lake Chief and Council, the Hatchet Lake Development Limited Partnership oversees this and other businesses and investments
owned by the First Nation.

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As Seen In The News:
Hatchet Lake Buys Transport Company
Eagle Feather News | December 11, 2013

Hatchet Lake Takes Control of Major Northern Sask. Hauling Company
Chelsea Laskowski, paNOW | December 14, 2013