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Haida Gwaii motorists urged to use caution

Crews work on paving the highway between Masset and Port Clements. - Andrew Merilees - @massetmayor
Crews work on paving the highway between Masset and Port Clements.
— image credit: Andrew Merilees - @massetmayor

Masset RCMP are urging motorists to be cautious on the highway between Masset and Port Clements following several complaints about drivers in the work area.

RCMP note that the information that is provided to police by the traffic control personnel "Flaggers" can be used as evidence if an offence in committed. In addition, a violation ticket may be issued up to one year after the offence is observed.

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