Native 'solidarity slowdown' affecting traffic on Highway 401: OPP

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Provincial police are asking motorists to be patient during a “solidarity slowdown” on the westbound Highway 401 Friday morning. The protesters’ vehicles were in the Prescott area as of about 8 a.m., the OPP reported. They were travelling at a slower than highway speed in both lanes but police wouldn’t say who’s protesting or what […]

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