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Category: Top News

The province says it will soon begin permanent repairs to the Coquihalla Highway and the Trans Canada through the Fraser Canyon after last year’s devastating floods. An atmospheric river that formed over southern B.C. last November produced record rainfall, leading to torrential runoff events that destroyed large sections of both major highways. Temporary repairs allowed […]

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As of May 20th: some roadway flooding on TCH#17 between Vermillion Bay and Dryden and on #71 south between Kenora and Fort Frances. SINGLE LANE ALTERNATING TRAFFIC Some CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY on the #17 Trans-Canada between Manitoba Border and Kenora, and on the #17A Kenora Bypass Route

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Kicking Horse Highway Closure and Traffic Schedule and Construction Update for Fall 2021 (effective Sept 7) KICKING HORSE CANYON Highway Closure and Traffic Schedule for APRIL & MAY 2022 Major construction is underway on Hwy 1, from Golden Donald Upper Rd to Yoho Bridge (4 km east of Golden). Full access from the east, between  […]

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BC: COQUIHALLA #5 OPEN Hope to Merritt to Kamloops For Commercial Travel (and buses) with a minimum licensed gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 11,794 kilograms. On Tuesday December 21:  Hwy 99 (Pemberton to Lillooet) will re-open to general traffic but nothing larger than a cube van (up to  14,500 kilograms LGVW).  Hwy 3 (Hope to [...] Read More
Radium Detour Signage Trans-Canada Highway Closure Now In Effect, with redirection/detour FALL KICKING HORSE CANYON TRAFFIC SCHEDULE Major construction is underway on Hwy 1, from Golden Donald Upper Rd to Yoho Bridge (4 km east of Golden). Full access between  Lake Louise and Field via #1. From Dec 1 to Dec 23 From December 1 [...] Read More
The department has reported washouts at four locations across the Trans-Canada Highway, along with roads in the Codroy Valley, Channel-Port aux Basques and the surrounding area. "This is not a 48-hour fix," said Transportation Minister Elvis Loveless at an afternoon media conference. "This is a big storm. We know that. But our crews are ready." [...] Read More

As of Monday August 9, the government will allow fully vaccinated American Citizens entry into Canada, and be able to skip the (otherwise) mandatory 14-day quarantine. As of Monday August 9, fully vaccinated French citizens who reside in Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, a French territory near Newfoundland and Labrador, will also be allowed to enter Canada. Americans must meet all requirements: […]

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See the latest status of each province’s travel restrictions on our COVID-19 NEWS page. Alberta, Ontario, and Newfoundland are loosening restrictions as of July 1.

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See all the latest weather and road construction updates on our web site. And if you are on the road (and your laptop is not handy while driving) we have those posts on our TransCanadaHighway.com Facebook page  (be sure to LIKE or FOLLOW before starting your road trip!)

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