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TCH News

  Heat Warning in effect for: Sudbury, North Bay and Mattawa, and continuing south into the Ottawa Valley. The first heat event of the season continues. High daytime temperatures hit near 30 this afternoon with Humidex values in the mid to upper thirties. These conditions are expected to return Wednesday afternoon, before a slow-moving cold […]

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‘Can’t prevent Canadians from going outside‘: PM says some national parks will partly reopen June 1 Camping in national parks will continue to be prohibited at least June 21, and group activities and public events will continue to be prohibited. Parks Canada will offer limited visitor access and basic services at some national parks, national […]

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We have provided information for travellers TO CANADA and for travellers WITHIN CANADA The information listed below is accurate as of Tuesday March 31, and is subject to change at any time. Please call TransCanadaHighway.com at 403-245-2194 if you become aware of any updates and/or errors. (We are not affiliated with –nor funded by– any governments)

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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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We have provided information for travellers TO CANADA and for travellers WITHIN CANADA The information listed below is accurate as of Monday April 6, and is subject to change at any time. Please call TransCanadaHighway.com at 403-245-2194 if you become aware of any updates and/or errors. (We are not affiliated with --nor funded by-- any governments) Travel Into Canada [...] Read More

BC Ferries has cancelled all sailings between Lions Bay (West Vancouver) and Nanaimo, due to COVID-19.   Vancouver Island departures continue to/from Tsawwassen to both Swartz Bay (Victoria) and Duke Point (Nanaimo).   From Trans-Canada Highway, take Exit 53 in Langley “USA Border/Ferry” and take Highway 17, which bypasses urban areas of Vancouver.   See […]

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If you’re out of country you may now be stuck there. Effective Sunday night. Get back if you can. CALGARY — WestJet will suspend all international and transborder flights for 30 days, starting March 22 at midnight. That was the word in a statement posted to the WestJet blog by company president and CEO Ed […]

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Snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 cm are likely by this afternoon when the snow will taper off. Another round of snow is expected on Monday with further amounts near 10 cm likely. More Info…

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A significant mix of wintry precipitation is expected over much of Northern Ontario today into Monday, including snow, ice pellets and a risk of freezing rain. Total snow and ice pellet amounts of 5 to 15 cm are possible by Monday evening. More Info

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Freezing rain is expected to develop this afternoon or evening. This is covering the TCH #17 as well as much of southern Ontario including the #400 and #401 corridors The freezing rain will transition to snow later Monday afternoon or evening, with Ice accretion or build-up of 5 to 10 mm (widespread power outages are […]

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