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A sloppy scene on Thursday with more freezing rain

It's a mild start to the day, which means a real sloppy mess out there. Ottawa-Gatineau and Prescott-Russell are back under a freezing rain warning.

School closures across Quebec after night of freezing rain

Montreal's major school boards have closed their schools and daycares due to the weather.

CBC K-W Storm Centre: School closures, highway info, weather alerts

All school taxis and buses in Dufferin County will not be operating today. Schools open except for: East Garafraxa Public School, Laurelwoods Elementary School and Primrose Public School.

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Ottawa police have work to do to meet budget target

Their current budget goes above city council's guideline of a three per cent increase.

Icy roads mean day 4 of school bus cancellations in Ottawa-Gatineau

We still haven't gone a day this week without a significant number of local students having their school buses cancelled because of bad weather.

Voters heading to the polls in Topsail-Paradise byelection

Three candidates are on the ballot for a byelection that will fill what's expected to be the last remaining seat at the House of Assembly before this year's general election. The Topsail-Paradise district has been without a representative since Paul Davis stepped down in November.

'Come From Away' takes a trip home to Newfoundland

The hugely successful musical 'Come From Away' has come 'home' to Newfoundl, where it's getting a rousing and emotional welcome. The show opened in St. John's yesterday for one of eight performances, then will head to Gander for a brief visit.

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UNW 'trying to bluff' with strike threats and it's not working, says expert

'I really have this sense that maybe the union leadership and the membership aren't quite on the same side when it comes to how strongly they are objecting to the employer's last proposal,' said Kenneth Thornicroft.

Clearing streets

Luc Gagne, manager of Roads and Parking Services with the City of Ottawa

With 2 rivals claiming Venezuela's presidency, Canada shelters family of anti-government colonel

Venezuela’s political crisis has taken another turn, with an opposition leader declaring himself interim president. Meanwhile, the family of one former Venezuelan military official who Nicolas Maduro accuses of being disloyal has been living in Canada.

Verdict today for newspaper duo accused of pushing misogyny, anti-Semitism

Two men responsible for a free newspaper in the Toronto area find out today if they're guilty of peddling hate.

Weather delays school opening

Public schools on P.E.I. are delaying opening with a special weather statement in effect for P.E.I.

School buses cancelled for Sudbury, Espanola, Massey, Temagami to Kirkland Lake

School bus cancellations for Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019

Ice and rain storm closes all New Brunswick schools today

A mix of snow, ice and rain has closed all New Brunswick schools today. Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for most of the province. It warned people to consider postponing non-essential travel and to expect possible power outages.

Newfoundland News Update

News Update from CBC St John's

Plane en route to Arborfield, Sask., stalled before hitting ground in explosion, TSB

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has released its investigation into a July 12, 2018, plane crash near Arborfield, Sask., which led to the death of the pilot.

Filmmaker named role model by Mattel challenges toy giant to create Cree Barbie

A Manitoba writer and filmmaker is urging the creators of Barbie to come up with a Cree version of the iconic doll because she says it's important Indigenous youth see themselves reflected throughout society, and that includes in toy stores.

Province says its plan will reduce Sask. methane gas emissions by 4.5M tonnes per year by 2025

The Saskatchewan government has come out with its own plan to reduce methane gas emissions in the oilpatch.

Meteorologists give cold shoulder to 'feels like' windchill system

Some meteorologists have no use whatsoever for windchill, a scientific measure of diddly and squat.