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Canada School buses cancelled across eastern Ontario

15:10  07 february  2020
15:10  07 february  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

These eastern Ontario schools are set to close due to strikes next week

  These eastern Ontario schools are set to close due to strikes next week English Catholic teachers will engage in a province-wide strike on Tuesday while public elementary school teachers will follow suit on Thursday.Parents should start making alternative child care plans as education unions plan more strikes next week.

Showing All Bus Delays/ Cancellations . School Closure Alert. Link to Bell Time Zone Map STEO, in partnership with the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (CDSBEO) and the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) will begin implementing a

CORNWALL, Ontario – All school buses have been cancelled across Cornwall, SDG for Monday, April 8, making for the 11th time school transportation has been cancelled this school year. The Student Transportation of Eastern Ontario (STEO) released the following statement early this morning

a yellow school bus parked in the snow: Buses wait for students outside a Halifax high school on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. © Robert Short/CBC Buses wait for students outside a Halifax high school on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020.

All school buses in Ottawa and the surrounding area are cancelled today because of the snow.

Along with the capital, buses are not running again today in the Upper Canada District School Board and the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario.

English schools in Renfrew County also don't have bus service, nor do those under Tri-Board in the Kingston and Belleville area.

The CTSO and CTSE transportation groups have cancelled all French school buses in the region.

Schools are still open.

Ottawa and areas to the east and south are under a snowfall warning today, with five to 10 more centimetres of snow expected atop snow that already fell overnight.

The Western Québec School Board's buses are running, but may be delayed.

More on boards in western Quebec will be added as they share updates.

There is already no school today for elementary students in the Limestone District School Board in the Kingston area because of a rotating strike.

Rail blockades to lead to shortages of propane and consumer goods, 2 national groups say .
Two national organizations are warning that there could be shortages of propane and consumer goods in Canada if the current rail blockades continue. Spokespeople for the Canadian Propane Association and the Retail Council of Canada said on Sunday that they are concerned and frustrated in particular about the impact of the blockade near Belleville, Ont. on Tyendinaga Mohawk territory that has shut down train service across much of Eastern Canada. The blockade entered in its 11th day on Sunday. CN Rail has obtained a court injunction to end the protest, but the Ontario Provincial Police have not yet enforced it.

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