Bruce Peninsula and Grey County Roads and Highways - ALL ROADS REMAIN CLOSED

Source: Area OPP
Date: Thu Jan 31 11:07:28 MST 2019

12:15pm 31Jan2019

(WEST REGION, ON) - Bruce Peninsula and Grey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are advising the public that, all roads and highways remain closed due to poor winter weather conditions.

Area highway, county and municipal plows are clearing snow and stranded vehicles from highways and roads. OPP are directing the public to stay off the roads and highways at this time.

Stay off the Roads, Stay Safe.


Blyth Bill













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