Here are the most recent news stories posted for Trans-Canada Highway
Winter Weather Warning
QU,NB,NS: 10-30 cm expected in Montreal - Quebec City corridor and the Maritimes, as the storm move east!
Snowstorm from U.S. blasts Eastern Canada
ON-QU: 10-35 cm of snow expected along 401-417 corridor. Drive with extreme caution, if necessary.
Severe windchills of -30 expected for the next few days across the Prairies
AB/SK/MB: Drive with caution.
10-20 cm snow expected in SE Alberta and SW Saskatchewan
AB/SK: Medicine Hat and Swift Current portions of the TransCanada are expecting 10-20 cm of snow and temperatures down to -30 along with windy conditions
Winter storms, freezing rain pelt Ontario, Quebec
ON, QC: 10-20 cm of snow expected across Ontario sections of the #TCH. Ottawa Valley expeciialy hard hit.
TCH partial shutdown west of Calgary today
AB: Members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation in Morley exercised a peaceful protest Sunday afternoon.
About 200 people blocked one lane of the Trans-Canada Highway west of Calgary, joining other First Nations to protest the federal government's Bill C-45.
5 of top 10 cities for impaired driving rates are in Alberta
Canada: The results were found using Statistics Canada's annual crime data for municipal police services in the country's 100 largest populations, and put together in Maclean's magazine's Most Dangerous Cities feature.
The ten cities with the highest rates of impaired driving in Canada are Grande Prairie, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Kelowna (BC), Prince George (BC), St.John's (Nfld), Nanaimo (BC), New Westminster (BC), St.Albert, and the regional municipality of Wood Buffalo.
Read it on Global News: Global News | 5 of top 10 cities for impaired driving rates are in Alberta
Highway 30 Montreal Bypass set to open
QU: This new toll route connects Chateuaguay and AutoRoutes 20 & 40 west of Montreal, enabling truckers and cars to completely bypass the island of Montreal. Tolls will be $6 for trucks and $1.50 for cars, and can signifcantly reduce driving times between the Maritimes and Ontario
New Bridge Connecting the Terrotories with the Rest of Canada
Canada: $202M Deh Cho Bridge stretching 1 km across Mackenzie River will now replace ferry service across the Mackenzie at Fort Providence, giving the Northwest Terrotories a year-round road link to Alberta and the rest of Canada.
Trans-Canada Hihgway delays for avalanche clearing across BC
BC: More delays expected on Trans-Canada Highway as crews clear avalanche hazard. Most of Southern BC under avalanche warning.