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Two dozen vehicles, including a bus, involved in chain-reaction collision east of Vancouver

February 12, 2021 The Canadian Press

HOPE, B.C. – Police say a crash that killed one person and injured dozens more east of Vancouver on Wednesday began with a semi-truck stopped in the S-curves on a mountainous highway that was covered in glare ice. The RCMP

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Judges disagree on whether a sandbar is a highway

January 4, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

The definition of “highway,” which is often debated in coverage disputes, is not as broad as some might think, the Court of Appeal for British Columbia has ruled. Robert Adam took Insurance Corporation of B.C. to court after he was

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Alberta’s traffic safety campaign in June to focus on differences between commercial and smaller passenger vehicles

June 2, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The province of Alberta will be holding a traffic safety campaign in June to educating drivers about the differences between commercial vehicles and smaller passenger vehicles. Occupants of a passenger vehicle are more likely to be killed or injured in

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Flooding in B.C.’s Peace Region closes provincial highway

June 17, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Flooding in British Columbia’s Peace Region is affecting provincial highways, resulting in the closure of Highway 97 between McKenzie Junction and Chetwynd and at Rolla Road between Highway 49 and Highway 2. An information bulletin issued Thursday afternoon by B.C.’s