Snowfall causes flight cancellations in Eastern Canada, deep freeze hits Prairies
From the CBC
Winter is making its presence known across Canada this weekend, with many areas of the country under extreme cold or snowfall warnings. As a result, over 200 flights have been cancelled at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, while Ottawa's Macdonald-Cartier International Airport had 41 delays and cancellations and Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport had 88. Environment Canada now says snowfall in Toronto has "tapered off to light and intermittent," but warns of freezing drizzle or ice pellets into the night. Drivers in the city are also being warned of poor road conditions as ice could build up due to the mix of precipitation.