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Canada Road Safety Week Underway, Over 400 People Killed In Collisions...

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As national Canada Road Safety Week gets underway across the country, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding road users what can happen when...

400-Series Highways Will Now See Posted Speeds Of 110km/h

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The Ontario government is raising the speed limit permanently from 100 km/h to 110 km/h on 10 additional sections of provincial highways in northern...

Get Ready For Road, Sidewalk And Bridge Construction Projects In Huntsville

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The Town of Huntsville is gearing up for this year’s road, sidewalk and bridge capital projects, which will take place primarily in the spring...

Voting For The CAA Worst Roads Campaign Now Open

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Tired of swerving around potholes? Are you worried about your safety as a cyclist or pedestrian? Voting is now open in Ontario for the...

OPP Conducting Seatbelt Safety Campaign This Easter Long Weekend

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As families across the province get ready for Easter long weekend road travel, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding drivers and passengers that...

Get Ready For Major Construction On Taylor Road In Bracebridge Set...

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Westbound traffic only across Taylor Road Bridge until early summer. Wednesday, March 27, 2024 (Bracebridge, ON) - Construction to improve the Taylor Road bridge, sewer...

Laclie Street Reconstruction Project Resumes April 1 In Orillia

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Phase 1 wraps up and Phase 2 begins this spring After a winter break, the Laclie Street Reconstruction project is resuming, resulting in road closures...

OPP Report Deadly Thanksgiving Long Weekend

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Four people lost their lives in separate motor vehicle collisions on Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)-patrolled roads and one boater was killed over the Thanksgiving...

OPP Focusing On Big Four Driving Errors During Long Weekend Patrols

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The OPP and officers across the province will be focusing on road safety on Thanksgiving holiday weekend by participating in Operation Impact. Operation Impact started...

Muskoka Road 38 Officially Renamed As Kanien’kehá:ka Iohatátie

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Muskoka Road 38 has been officially renamed as Kanien'kehá:ka Iohatátie, a sign of reconciliACTION for Muskoka. Permanent signage is now in place along Kanien'kehá:ka Iohatátie,...