Revelstoke, B.C., mayor hopes new rules mean fewer deaths on Trans-Canada Highway

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If you drive the Trans-Canada Highway in the Revelstoke area, you know conditions can be treacherous in the winter. In the first 11 months of last year, Revelstoke RCMP responded to more than 360 collisions and 14 fatalities between Craigellachie and Rogers Pass. The BC government is taking steps to make the highway in mountain passes safer with new chain up regulations for big rigs. Gary Sulz is the mayor of Revelstoke and also a long time funeral director there. He spoke with host Doug Dirks.

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