Concordia University forced to cancel some classes due to flooding

The SP Building had a water leak after pipes burst over the weekend due to freezing temperatures.

SP Building at Loyola Campus had a water leak after cold snap

Classes at the SP Building have either been moved, postponed or cancelled. (CBC)

Water damage has forced the cancellations of some classes at Concordia University's Loyola Campus after a cold snap.

The SP Building reported a water leak after pipes burst over the weekend due to freezing temperatures.

The second, third and fourth floors of the building are affected. Classes have either been moved, postponed or cancelled.

The university is in the process of cleaning up affected rooms and floors.

The cleanup is expected to continue on Tuesday and some classes have been cancelled. 

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