Ontario – snow will continue for most of the day in the Ottawa region, bringing a total of 10-15 cm snow. This snowfall is expected to impact driving conditions, causing poor driving conditions.
Quebec – snowfall predicted to last into this afternoon, with an expected 10cm.
East Coast – across the east coast, up to 15-25 cm of snow is expected. Snowfall will begin this morning and will mix with ice pellets this afternoon. Driving conditions will be affected. The Confederation Bridge is also sending a travel advisory due to wind gusts. There is currently traffic restrictions.
Due to the weather conditions, please expect delays. We appreciate your patience.
Please be advised that the Confederation bridge to Prince Edward Island is closed to all traffic due to the strong winds.
Our schedule has been posted, please check it out here
Significant snowfall accumulation possible over parts of northern and western New Brunswick today and Thursday.
Snow will spread northward across the province this morning and continue over northern areas into Thursday. Accumulations of 10 to 15 cm are currently forecast for parts of northwestern New Brunswick by Thursday morning, with amounts possibly exceeding 20 cm over higher terrain by by late in the day Thursday. It is expected that the snow will become mixed with or change to rain in the east and south this afternoon, then change back to snow tonight before tapering to isolated flurries Thursday morning.
Please note that the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island is currently closed to trucks and tractor trailers because of the current high wind situation.
Please be advised that all Maritime-Ontario, nation wide will be closed on Monday October 8th, 2018 for Thanksgiving.
Important message about possible Canada Post disruption
If you receive your invoices by mail, they may be delayed. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to be set up on email billing. You are still responsible for making payments by your invoice due date and keeping your account in good standing. You can make payment via EFT, Visa, MasterCard, or courier of a cheque. If you require additional assistance please reach out to accounts receivable at 905-792-6100 or email@example.com.
August 24, 2018
Please note that Maritime-Ontario offices will be closed, coast to coast on September3rd, 2018 in celebration of Labour Day.
Please be reminded that Civic Holiday on August 6th, 2018, Maritime-Ontario will be closed in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, New Brunswick, Alberta and British Columbia.
- HOLIDAY REMINDER: SAINT JEAN-BAPTISTE JUNE 24TH, 2018 (QUEBEC ONLY): Please be advised that the Saint Jean-Baptiste holiday this year falls on Sunday June 24, 2018. As a result, our Montreal office and terminal will be closed on Monday June 25th, 2018, in respect of this provincial holiday.
- HOLIDAY REMINDER: CANADA DAY JULY 1ST, 2018: Please be advised with Canada Day falling on Sunday July 1st, 2018 all Maritime-Ontario Freight Lines offices will be closed on Monday July 2, 2018 in respect of this national holiday.
MAY 28th, 2018.
CP RAIL – LABOUR UPDATE- WESTERN CANADA.
Unions involved with CP labour negotiations have rejected CP’s final offer. The unions have provided the required 72 hours strike notice suggesting rail operations could be halted at 10:00P:M on Tuesday May 29th, 2018.
Maritime-Ontario Freight Lines have been monitoring the situation very closely over the last few weeks, and have already diverted some traffic to partner carrier, Canadian National Railway.
Maritime-Ontario will endeavor to manage existing customers traffic only, and will will refrain from taking on additional traffic from non Maritime-Ontario customers in order to maintain fluidity where possible.
Please continue to monitor our web-site for further updates, and or http://www.cpr.ca/en/media/news.
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