Sudbury Daystarter: News, weather and roads info for Tuesday

Everything you need to kick off your weekday mornings in northeastern Ontario.

WEATHER

TODAY: Mainly cloudy with the chance of flurries.  Wawa and the James Bay coast can expect 2 to 4 cm of snow. Highs today from -4 C to -1 C. 

TONIGHT: Cloudy with the chance of flurries. Lows from -3 C to -6 C. Along James Bay lows from -10 C to -14 C. 

TOMORROW: Mainly cloudy with flurries. Highs from -3 C to 0 C. Along James Bay a mix of sun and cloud with highs from -14 C to -7 C. 


NEWS

MUNICIPAL ELECTION: Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger will not be investigated on allegations of questionable campaign expenses. A resident asked for an audit into the mayor's 2014 municipal campaign finances, but the city's Election Compliance Audit Committee replied with a resounding "no". READ MORE

EDUCATION: A long-time Laurentian University professor has been removed from his first-year psychology classroom after asking students to sign off on his use of offensive language. READ MORE

STUDENT AFFAIRS: Cambrian College is asking for donations of clothing to help students in need look professional as they apply for jobs.


ROADS & HIGHWAYS​

Major highways in northeastern Ontario are mostly bare. Highways in and out of Chapleau have some snow pack and partially snow-covered sections. Visibility is good across the region. 

See problems on the roads or highways? Send a note to @Sudburytraffic on Twitter, or phone the CBC Sudbury newsroom at 705-688-3240. Find more information on road conditions on the Ministry of Transportation website.

 

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