Flights cancelled as storm blows in

Flights cancelled as storm blows in

More than 100 flights at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport were cancelled and dozens more delayed today after a winter storm hit Canada.

More than 70 flights were also cancelled or delayed at Montreal’s Trudeau Airport.

Environment Canada said the Montreal region could get up to 11in (279mm) of snow. Portions of southern Quebec are expected to see up to 17in (431mm).

Winter storm warnings are in place for parts of southern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.

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