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Highways in Canada, including the Trans Canada Highway (TCH) and the National Highway System (NHS), fall within provincial/territorial jurisdiction. The only exceptions are highways through national parks and a portion of the Alaska Highway, which are managed by Parks Canada and Public Works and Government Services Canada, respectively. Provincial/territorial governments are therefore responsible for the planning, design, construction, operation, maintenance and financing of highways within their jurisdiction.
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