OPEN: Provincial police say the southbound lanes of highway 400 just north of Parry Sound are back open after a transport rollover earlier this morning. The Ministry of Transportation reports poor visibility on roads in the Parry Sound area and Highway 11 around Burk's Falls. Meanwhile, Toronto media outlets are reporting as many as 60 cars are involved in a pileup south of Barrie that has closed highway 400 at Innisfil.
Sudbury streets are also snow packed. Some intersections are icy.
Most highways have at least partial snow cover. Visibility is fair to poor on Highway 69 near Point au Baril, and on Highway 11 near Burk's Falls.
The Ministry of Transportation keeps an eye on the roads around the clock. Click here and then on the "road conditions" box in the new window to reveal the latest information.
See problems on the roads at highways? Send a note to @Sudburytraffic on Twitter, or phone the CBC Sudbury traffic line 705-670-3191.
DEATH: Provincial Police on Mantioulin say a body has been found following a house fire last weekend near Little Current. Five people were home at the time, and one person was unaccounted for. Police say the remains of a body in the debris were located on Tuesday. They say forensic testing will be needed in order to verify identity. The family says the victim is 52-year-old Terry Moore. The Little Current branch of BMO is accepting donations to help the Moore family, who lost all their belongings in the fire. Moore's sister, Ruth Clarke, is also gathering clothing donations for the family at 31 Draper St. West in Little Current.
CITY HALL: New security measures are being put in place at Tom Davies Square in Sudbury. The city’s new security manager said there needs to be a wider divide between the public and people who work at city hall.
HEALTH: Local funding has been found to maintain supportive health care services for people with Huntington's and Parkinson's in the northeast. Dr. Mark Guttman is a specialist in movement disorders who is based at a clinic in Markham, but visits the north.
POLITICS: As speculation about a spring provincial election continues, political parties are moving ahead with selecting candidates for northern ridings. Some parties have already named candidates in some ridings, and others have nomination meetings scheduled.
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Just a trace of snow on the CBCmobiles in Sudbury this morning...
The windy cold snap continues.
There`s a wind chill warning for Wawa, White River, Pukaskwa west to Thunder Bay. Wind chills of -40 C to -45 C expected. Light snow in the forecast today, and possibly blowing snow this morning. Clearing by this afternoon. Highs for the north shore, Manitoulin Island, Sudbury, North Bay and the Temiskaming region from -14 C up to -12 C. The rest of the north can expect highs from -22 C up to -18 C.
TONIGHT: Lows around the region from -28 C to -37 C.
TOMORROW: Sunny in the morning, with cloud and flurries developing in the afternoon. Highs from -17 C to -12 C.
Along James Bay, highs in the minus 20s.
For the latest on weather conditions tune into @MorningNorth live from 6 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. each weekday morning. 99.9FM in Sudbury.
Later today the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce will hold a panel discussion on the potential in the Ring of Fire mineral region (starting at 4pm at Dynamic Earth, by invitation only). It will include top company officials from Cliffs Natural Resources and Noront Resources, as well as a representative from a First Nations mining group. Former politician Bob Rae is also working on behalf of First Nations groups seeking to be involved in the Ring of Fire. Morning North's Markus Schwabe spoke with him about where he thinks things are at.
Tune in to @Morning North on Friday to hear excepts from the Chamber of Commerce panel discussion on the Ring of Fire.