Updated Tuesday, October 31st at 5:15am - all highways in Southern Manitoba have reopened, and are reporting partly ice or ice covered conditions this morning.


With strong winds causing blowing snow, as well as icy highway conditions brought on by snowfall, melting and freezing earlier today, Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure has indicated a number of highways have closed across the region:

As of 7:50 p.m. Monday, October 30th:

Highway 75 - from the Morris to the Perimeter

Highway 59 - from the Perimeter to Highway 52

In southwestern Manitoba, the Trans Canada has been closed from the Saskatchewan border to the junction of Highway 21 at Griswold.

For the latest Road Report and Cancellation information, click here.

Highway 75 from Morris to the U.S. border was closed Saturday over the noon hour, and didn't reopen until around 8:30am Sunday morning. Truck traffic wanting to cross at the Pembina U.S. crossing was backed up nearly to PR 421 on Sunday afternoon, according to those who contacted PembinaValleyOnline.

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