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Mid-April snowfall causes traffic havoc on Trans-Canada

Two semi drivers have been charged in separate collisions on the Trans-Canada Thursday morning.

Around 7 a.m., a line of westbound semis had stopped because of poor weather about four kilometres west of Highway 1A at Kemnay. 183 more words

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B.C. moves to make winter driving safer

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is working to improve winter driving conditions on B.C. highways.

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Driver dies after Easter weekend crash east of St. Paul

The driver of a vehicle involved in a crash east of St. Paul, Alta. over the weekend has died of his injuries in hospital, police said on Tuesday. 118 more words

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Winnipeg to consider new ways to 'beet' winter driving conditions

Sugar beet juice will be a hot topic at City Hall next Friday when the Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works discusses snow removal alternatives. 198 more words

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The Importance of Good Tires in the Winter

Are you driving with balding tires this winter? This is definitely not safe and something that should be taken care of ASAP! So many things can go wrong ranging from blowouts to poor handling and braking at high speeds. 42 more words

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White Stuff

Snow.

Driving back from Burlington, the interstate is snow-and-slush-covered, and the green Montpelier exit sign is nearly concealed. The conditions are nearly white-out, and I know where I am mostly by the long bridge over the Winooski River. 301 more words

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Two Northeasters in a row

I normally don’t mind a little snow, as it is New England and we expect to get some (mostly) between November and March.  But the two storms that we have had most recently have been a bit more problematic, mostly because of strong winds and heavy coastal flooding. 377 more words