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Chilly conditions break century-old temperature records in parts of southwest B.C. | CBC News

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Overnight flurries added to as much as 10 centimetres of snow that have fallen on highway passes this week. Environment Canada advised another five centimetre of snow was expected before the latest unseasonable weather eased. The weather office says 12 cold temperature records were tied or broken across the region on Thursday.See the Story
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Warning for up to 10cm of snow on Coquihalla and Highway 3

Snow from five to 10 centimeters and strong southwesterly winds are expected until Thursday morning. Environment Canada is warning drivers to be prepared for the changing conditions and for the strong winds to lead to reduced visibility. A mix of rain and wet snow is expected to transition to steady snow as temperatures cool in the afternoon.See the Story
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Up to 10 cm of snow expected on West Kootenay highways Thursday and Friday

Environment Canada has issued a snow warning for Paulson Summit and Kootenay Pass. Snow levels are expected to drop to around 900 metres Thursday before rising again on Friday. Five cm of snow is also expected on the Coquihalla Highway, the Okanagan Connector and Highway 3 from Hope to Princeton.See the Story
US & Canada · Alberta

Alberta Court of Appeal to rule whether federal assessment law is unconstitutional

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
Four of five Alberta Court of Appeal judges declared the Impact Assessment Act unconstitutional. One judge concluded that the assessment regime is a valid exercise of federal authority. The ruling, which is part of a constitutional reference case, is not binding and has no immediate effect on the law. Ontario and Saskatchewan also joined the case in support of Alberta.See the Story
Environment Canada · Quebec

Tornados possible in several areas of Quebec, severe thunderstorms elsewhere

57% Left coverage: 7 sources
The Beauce, Drummondville - Bois-Francs, Eastern Townships, Mauricie, and Montmagny - L'Islet regions are all under a tornado watch. Environment Canada recommends people go indoors to a room on the lowest floor, away from outside walls and windows.See the Story
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Toronto under severe thunderstorm watch with hail expected

Coverage: 4 sources
Environment Canada issues a severe thunderstorm warning for the Greater Toronto Area, as well as much of southern Ontario. A line of severe thunderstorms is moving northeast over the area. Strong wind gusts and hail are possible with this line. The rain is going to be paired with some high humidity, with the temperature resting at about 27C.See the Story
Environment Canada · Uxbridge

Uxbridge hit by tornado during storm that swept through Ontario: Environment Canada

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Environment Canada says a tornado touched down in Uxbridge, Ont., during the destructive storm that swept across province over the weekend. The weather agency says Western University's Northern Tornadoes Project team, which it has a relationship with, confirmed an EF2 tornado hit the town. The same team confirmed that maximum winds of 190 kilometres per hour hit southern Ottawa. More than 98,000 Hydro One customers are still without power and Hydro Ottawa is working on restoring power to approximately 65,000 customers.See the Story
Environment Canada · Uxbridge

Environment Canada confirms EF2 tornado was part of deadly Ontario storm

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Environment Canada has confirmed that an EF2 tornado touched down in Uxbridge on Saturday. The violent weather system left 10 people dead, caused extensive damage to trees and buildings and knocked out power to more than 1 million hydro customers in Ontario. The agency said the tornado occurred near 1:15 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. It was found to have a maximum wind speed of 195 kilometres per hour.See the Story
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Confirmed: Uxbridge hit by 195 km/h tornado embedded in a derecho

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Environment Canada says a tornado touched down in Uxbridge, Ont., during the destructive storm that swept across province over the weekend. More than 98,000 Hydro One customers are still without power and Hydro Ottawa says it is working on restoring power to approximately 65,000 customers. In Ottawa, a local school board reopened schools that had power today, though dozens remain closed.See the Story

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