Daystarter - Cancellations

School buses are cancelled today for North Bay, ​Callander, West Nipisising​ and Mattawa. For a complete list of bus cancellations with Nipissing-Parry Sound Student Transportation Services, click here 

No buses are running in Timmins.

School buses are also cancelled from Temagami north to Kirkland Lake for all boards.

Buses are also cancelled for schools in Cochrane, Iroquois Falls, and Matheson, as well as buses coming from Gogama, Kamiscotia and Connaught areas.

Buses in Sudbury ARE running, but the student services consortium says there could be some delays

Sudbury Daystarter Weather

Snowfall warning for Sudbury, Temagami, New Liskeard and Kirkland Lake. Another 5 to 10 cm this morning, ending this afternoon. Across the region, light snow this morning, tapering off through the day. The snow will be mixed with rain for Manitoulin Island, Espanola and North Bay. By this afternoon there should be some clearing around Lake Superior and Kapuskasing and Hearst. Highs today from -3 C to 2 C. Along James Bay, a mix of sun and cloud with highs near -12 C.

TONIGHT: Lows will range from -7 C to -20 C.

TOMORROW: Mainly sunny with highs from -3 C to 1. 

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.

Sudbury Daystarter Roads

UPDATE: Highway 17 is back open between Batchawana and Wawa. The OPP closed the highway overnight because of snowy road conditions. Most highways in northeastern Ontario are snow covered and slushy. Visibility is fair at times in light snow this morning. Conditions should improve as the snow tapers off through the day.  Travellers to eastern Ontario should be aware there is a freezing rain warning in effect this morning from Petawawa to Ottawa. 

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.

Sudbury Daystarter - News

CRIME: Sudbury Police say a 52-year-old man is facing several charges, accused of exposing himself to 10 women and girls, some as young as 12.  Between Janury and March of this year, police say they received a number of complaints about an older man in a black car.  Police say the man allegedly was following the victims, then exposing himself and making sexual gestures.

ATVs: Spring may be slow to arrive, but as of next week, All Terrain Vehicle​s are allowed on some Sudbury streets. The spring and summer road schedule for ATV operators comes into effect on April 1, 2014. The city is encouraging riders to familiarize themselves with ATV spring-summer routes.

OUTREACH: A new volunteer group in Sudbury is hoping a warm bowl of soup will help women fleeing abuse to feel that they are not alone.  This weekend...the Sudbury chapter of the national Soup Sisters organization launches.  Volunteers will meet at the College Boreal kitchen to cook up 250 bowls of soup to deliver to Genevra House -- Sudbury's shelter for women and children fleeing abusive relationships. Hear more on @MorningNorth at 8:10 a.m.

For the latest info follow @CBCnewsSudbury on twitter. See breaking news? Call the CBC Sudbury Newsdesk: 705 688-3240.

Daystarter - Listen up

icy road

The City of Sudbury is still trying to keep up with icy, rutty roads. (Kate Rutherford/CBC)

Are you feeling the ruts? The city of Greater Sudbury is waging war on this spring's ice build up with some heavy hitters. Reporter Kate Rutherford has the story. LISTEN

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