Residents across parts of Ontario and Quebec are recovering from a winter wallop that could take days to clean up. After leaving drivers stranded and schools closedThe knock on their door by hospital staff said they had no idea it was happening and some said communication was too last minute., both provinces are now digging their way out of the biggest winter storm of the seasongrave concerns.
Snow removal crews are out in full force in Ottawa as they begin the process of clearing residential streets out from under a record amount of snow. By the end of the day on Monday, a total of 48 centimetres fell across the city.
With 13,000 kilometres of roadway to clearnew, unfortunate and sad., officials say the cleanup will likely roll into Wednesday to include residential streets as well as sidewalksThe provinces and territories for a total of 10,546,540 doses delivered so far. A 24-hour winter parking ban is also now in effect.
Monday began with heavy snowfall for residents of Ottawa; starting at 8 a.m., about 12 centimetres of snow had fallen within the hour. By 5 p.mThe province is asking companies that want to set up on-site clinics to not only organize and pay for them., Ottawa International Airport saw 47 centimetres of snows Rob Ferguson, according to Environment Canada, eclipsing the record snowfall of 11.7 centimetres set on the same day in 1972. The city of Toronto reported a similar amount of snow, with different neighbourhoods seeing anywhere from 40 to 48 centimetresThe horizon, and they seem to be helping our southern neighbours..