British Columbia’s Kicking Horse Canyon, which was closed for the past two months due to ongoing construction, will once again be open on Friday.
The windy section of the Trans-Canada Highway near the mountainous border between B.C. and Alberta has been undergoing much-needed straightening since April 2021.
The highway will reopen on Friday morning, November 25 at 6 am, and the latest improvements include new bridges and viaducts along eastbound lanes.
“Travellers and commercial truckers are set to benefit from these significant upgrades through the Kicking Horse Canyon,” said Rob Fleming, BC’s transportation minister.