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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

VICTORIA – Motorists should expect delays of approximately 20 minutes on Highway 1 between Shawnigan Lake Road and Aspen Road and are advised to allow for extra travel time during construction, especially on Friday and Sunday afternoons as well as long weekends.
VICTORIA – Following recent flooding events earlier this month and with the potential for more seasonal flooding in communities surrounding the Okanagan Lake in the coming weeks due to increased snowmelt and forecasted warmer weather, Emergency Management BC asks that residents in the area take precautions to ensure personal safety.
KAMLOOPS – The Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt is expected to remain closed in both directions well into the evening, and possibly overnight, following an incident involving a burning semi-trailer truck carrying dangerous goods.
KAMLOOPS – Beginning Tuesday, May 23, motorists travelling the Coquihalla Highway over the summer are advised to expect delays, due to two major road and bridge construction projects between Hope and Merritt.
REVELSTOKE – Motorists should expect delays on the Trans-Canada Highway throughout the next three weeks near Revelstoke, for the installation of Remote Avalanche Control Systems at Three Valley Bluffs.
VICTORIA – Increased water levels due to continued inclement weather and melting snowpack are expected in the Northeast, Central and Southeast regions of British Columbia, and there is an associated potential for further flooding and landslides.
VICTORIA – Inclement weather is expected in many areas of British Columbia, leading to increased water levels in the coming days for the province’s rivers, lakes and streams.
VICTORIA – Inclement weather is expected in the Central and Southeast regions of British Columbia over the next two days, and more flooding is anticipated with the potential for landslides.
VICTORIA – While  flood waters in many areas of the Central and Southwest regions of the British Columbia are currently dropping, the Province is recommending that homeowners take proactive steps to prepare for inclement weather and possible flooding.
VICTORIA – Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) eligibility has been expanded and is now available to eligible British Columbians in the Kootenay region of the province for those who may have been impacted from the flooding that began on May 4, 2017.
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