Manitoba / Saskatchewan:
Environment Canada has issued a prolonged snow event tracking over southeastern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba. The event will begin Tuesday evening with some areas receiving upwards of 20-30 cm of snowfall. Terminal operations, and movements to and from CN Rail will experience delays during this time. Customers should anticipate a potential 24-48 hour delay as the system moves through the area.
Ontario / Quebec:
The slow-moving Colorado low will be approaching Ontario late this week, delivering significant snowfall, ice, rain and winds. There will be a risk of freezing rain in Southwestern Ontario to the west half of the GTA. Impactful weather is predicted to arrive Thursday in Southern Ontario and early Friday across southern Quebec. We are monitoring this system closely and will continue to provide further updates.
Please note that Moncton has received approximately 20cm of snow, and are still experiencing very strong winds. The snow is expected to taper off around 10:00am on December 14, and operations will commence once it is safe to do so. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available.
Please note that our terminal in Sydney, NS will be closed today, due to weather conditions. We will provide updates once operations resume.
Marine Atlantic Ferry Closures:
Marine Atlantic advises our customers that due to impending weather conditions the following departures have been cancelled:
North Sydney to Port aux Basques Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at 2315.
Marine Atlantic advises our customers that due to impending weather conditions we anticipate a potential impact to the following departures:
North Sydney to Port aux Basques Thursday, December 15, 2022 at 1145.
We continue to monitor the marine forecast and will provide up-to-date information as soon as it becomes available.