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King's Highway 17A

King's Highway 17A serves as the bypass around Kenora and was opened in 1990, providing much relief to truckers who were forced to navigate through Kenora on their way from Winnipeg to Thunder Bay and beyond.

Unlike its parent highway, King's Highway 17A does not carry any Trans-Canada signage along its route.

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Images of King's Highway 17A:

  • Page 1 - King's Highway 17 West to Secondary Highway 596
  • Page 2 - Secondary Highway 596 to Secondary Highway 658
  • Page 3 - Secondary Highway 658 to Secondary Highway 671
  • Page 4 - Secondary Highway 671 to King's Highway 17 East

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