UPDATE, Feb. 17: The highway reopened to single lane traffic at about noon Monday, and fully opened about six hours later. The Ministry of Transportation says the cause of the mudslide is under investigation, but is likely related to unseasonably warm and wet conditions.
RCMP say a residence was evacuated and three vehicles on the property were damaged.
The slide covered part of Highway 97A, and a stretch of the road is closed as geotechnical crews assess the area.
Drivers are being advised to take alternate routes along Highway 97B or Highway 1. (CKIZ)
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