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Radar Guns to Monitor All Forest Service Roads

POWELL RIVER – Radar guns will now be used to monitor and enforce safety on all provincial Forest Service Roads, Forests and Range Minister Pat Bell announced today.  read more »

Plates Program Goes Online to Increase Road Safety

PRINCE GEORGE – A new online tool will improve road safety by making it easier to identify and report unsafe driving of forestry vehicles and logging trucks, Forests and Range Minister Pat Bell announced today.  read more »

BC Forest Safety Council Urges Caution on the Roads as Winter Weather Approaches

With weather across the province turning to rain, sleet and snow, the BC Forest Safety Council is reminding drivers to use safe winter driving practices when they hit the roads.

MaryAnne Arcand, director of the Council’s Forestry TruckSafe and Northern Initiatives program, says while it may not feel like winter yet, snow has fallen in parts of the province and drivers need to take extra care. In addition, drivers should expect increased traffic on the roads as the hunting season gets underway.  read more »

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