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Canada and B.C. Partner to Improve Highway 97

By ReNew Canada 01:59PM September 04, 2008

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Quesnel, B.C.Highway improvement initiatives along Highway 97 today received $21.5 million in joint funding from the federal and British Columbia governments.

The highway improvements will involve creating four lanes along a 3.2-km stretch of Highway 97 from Dale Lake Road to Dragon Lake Road as well as replacing the existing Hixon Bridge with a new four-lane structure. Both initiatives are expected to be completed by fall 2009.

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