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Road Trip Time Machine: BC Highway 97 – U.S. Border to Vernon, circa 1966

BC Highway road trip

As some of you already know, we’ve been digging deep into storage and digitizing 16mm photolog footage from 1966 to give you our BC Road Trip Time Machine video series. (“Photologs” were created to capture road condition information across the province and give our engineers the ability to study a particular stretch of road without having to travel into the field.) So far, we have travelled over the Malahat and along Highway 1 and the original Port Mann Bridge...

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Projects of the Week: Tales of Volunteering and Trails

Projects of the Week: Tales of Volunteering and Trails

Walking trails connect people to recreation, services and each other in a healthy, active way. Fresh air is nice too. The ministry and its maintenance contractors have been building these connections over the last few months by volunteering their time, equipment and materials for 10 projects that support community trails. These, and 18 other projects, are enhancing life in B.C. communities. Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community and feel good about making a difference....

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