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    In Canada, several highways have restrictions on hitchhiking, particularly in British Columbia and the 400-series highways in Ontario.
    In any big city people are rarely give rides, but in rural parts of the country , people are very friendly to hitchhikers. over 6 years ago

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    WTF? over 6 years ago

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    WTF?

    I don't get it. Why bother replying if that's all you write? over 6 years ago

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    Allan, you can hitch hike rather safely in BC and Alberta. You should be able to get into major cities like Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver hitch hiking, but you won't get out. Either take a bus to a nearby town on a major highway or work the bars for a ride anywhere. Im not sure about Manitoba or Saskatchewan but don't hitchhike in Ontario or Quebec (rural areas are safer). Friends tell me thats the way people travel in the Atlantic provinces. about 6 years ago

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