On my way to a conference of Canadian and American army types in Kingston, I got detoured for nearly an hour as the main route between Montreal and Toronto was closed down. For the second time in a week, my travels in Ontario were slowed due to a burned out vehicle on the other side of the highway. This time, it was a truck that was almost reduced to a puddle.
Aside closing the other side of the highway too long, what can Ontario learn from this? Apparently, don't let me drive in the province this month. I am bad luck.