Take it easy on local roads during Boxing Day

Traffic is expected to be steady in commercial areas as the biggest retail shopping day of the year occurs in Canada.

North Okanagan residents should expect traffic to be heavy in commercial areas today

North Okanagan residents are urged to go slow on Boxing Day.

Traffic is expected to be steady in commercial areas as the biggest retail shopping day of the year occurs in Canada.

Highway 6 is reported to have compact snow and slippery sections between Lumby and Cherryville while it is slippery in Vernon and Coldstream.

Highway 97 has slippery sections from Crystal Waters Road to 21 km south of Falkland.

There are slippery sections on Highway 97A from the junction with Highway 97, in Vernon, to Mara, while there are slippery sections on Highway 97B from Enderby to Salmon Arm.

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