Posts Tagged ‘ Webcam ’

Five HighwayCam Views That Will Leave You Feeling Inspired

This winter you’ve been using our HighwayCams to check road conditions before you venture out. But did you know that those same cameras can help you explore the beauty of our province? Here are five HighwayCam views that deserve another look: Lions Gate Bridge The Lions Gate Bridge is a gateway to Vancouver, one of most desirable places to live in the world. This view could symbolize the appeal of living in a modern metropolis surrounded by awe-inspiring nature....

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Sunny, Cloudy, Busy and Rainy – A Typical Ending of Spring in BC

Looking at our trusty DriveBC HighwayCams this morning showed us that while some things change (check out the new cam at Mica Dam), some things always seem to stay the same. Across the province, things look sunny, cloudy, rainy and busy. Do you know what that means? It means that tomorrow must be the first day of summer. Whatever the weather and wherever you are headed this summer, check DriveBC before you go and enjoy that sunshine…(and cloud and...

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Hello Whistler: New Sea to Sky Highway Webcam

Today, we went LIVE with a new view of our provincial highways. This one is located on the Sea to Sky Highway, at the intersection of Highway 99 and Village Gate Boulevard, and gives BC travellers three views: north, south and east. The Resort Municipality of Whistler partnered with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and funded the installation of the new highway webcam. The number of highway cams continue to rise. We’re currently at almost 300 camera locations...

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New Webcam for Lougheed Highway

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FYI, if you’re travelling Highway #7 between Chilliwack and Agassiz , you’ve got a new way to get a sneak peak at weather conditions or traffic concerns. We’ve added a new Lougheed Highway webcam at Highlands Boulevard, about three kilometres east of Harrison Mills. At an elevation of 70 metres, this cam will give you a view looking east. Whether you’re a local or from out of town, you can find it on the DriveBC website. There’s lots of...

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Three Days in the Life of a Webcam

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Most people watch our webcams, to scope out the weather, driving and traffic conditions. But you might spot scenes of nature, beauty and movement. Webcams are versatile like that. Our most northerly webcam on Highway 37, at the border of B.C. and the Yukon, captures some cool views. It was installed last year, at the request of residents of nearby Dease Lake, and is solar powered. At this north-looking setting, border traffic includes moose, caribou and an assortment of...

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