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The Ministry of Transportation has issued a number of Travel Advisories for roads in the Peace Country.

The follow roads have advisories in effect:

Highway 97 from MacKenzie to Taylor because of blowing snow and poor visibility

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Highway 2 from Dawson Creek to the Alberta border because of blowing snow and poor visibility

Highway 29 from Hudson’s Hope to Tumbler Ridge because of blowing snow and poor visibility

Highway 49 from Dawson Creek to the Alberta border because of blowing snow and poor visiblity

Highway 52 from Tumbler Ridge to Arras because of blowing snow and poor visibility

Highway 52E from Tumbler Ridge to Highway 2 in Tupper because of blowing snow and poor visiblity

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