At least one flight out of Regina Monday has been cancelled after a winter storm dumped over 15cm of snow in the Toronto area.
WestJet 156, departing to Toronto at 6:15 a.m. has been cancelled according to the Regina Airport.
Slippery driving conditions are being reported around Toronto as a bout of messy winter weather hit Canada’s largest city.
Ontario Provincial Police said Sunday evening there were more than 260 collisions reported on GTA roads — more than twice the usual amount.
Residents across the GTA and much of the province are being advised to prepare for a significant snowfall that could make for a messy commute Monday morning as well.
A snowfall warning issued by Environment Canada for the Greater Toronto Area and much of southern Ontario Sunday afternoon is advising that a “significant snowfall” could dump around 15 centimetres of snow on much of the region between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning.
The warnings have ended, but there is plenty of snow as a result.