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How can you view the Coquihalla Highway cam?

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To view the stream from the Coquihalla Highway camera, visit the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure website and click on the BC HighwayCams link at the left of the page. From the HighwayCams page select the Southern Interior Highway tab, which is noted by the SIR abbreviation. On the SIR tab scroll down to the section labeled Highway 5 (Coquihalla) and click on the thumbnail of a camera to view the stream, as described by the ministry.

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Eleven highway cameras exist on the Coquihalla section of Highway 5, including north and south facing cameras the Coquihalla summit. Other cameras along the highway exist near Coquihalla Lakes, the Coquihalla Great Bear Snowshed, Mine Creek and Larson Hill. Additional cameras watch the highway at Walloper, Helmer Lake, Cornstock and Othello. Users can also create a customized list of highway cams, which can be viewed under the MyCams tab, according to the ministry.

The highway cams updates every 120 seconds. The webpage for each cam on the Coquihalla section of Highway 5 includes thumbnails of the other cams on the section of the highway, as well as a map showing the location of the closest other cams. The pages also include a link to add the camera to a users MyCams page, as well as a "replay of the day" function that plays the last 24 hours of pictures from the camera, states the ministry.

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