Storm closures and cancellations: Friday, Jan. 20, 2023

With a snowfall warning in effect, here’s how the weather is impacting Halifax today

With a snowfall warning in effect, here’s how the weather is impacting Halifax today.

SCHOOLS:

All schools are closed in the Halifax Regional Center for Education.

Halifax-area CSAP schools are closed.

NSCC metro campuses are closed.

Schools are also closed in the Annapolis Valley, South Shore, Tri-County and Chignecto Central regional education centre.

TRANSPORTATION:

The Halifax Regional Municipality will be enforcing the winter parking ban overnight in both zones (Zone 1 – Central and Zone 2 – Non-Central) between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21.

Halifax Stanfield International Airport recommends passengers confirm their flight status and check road conditions before coming to the airport, and give themselves extra time to get there safely.

Halifax Transit said many routes would be on a snow Friday plan, so delays would be possible.

RECREATION:

Many municipal recreation centers are delaying opening today.

Captain William Spry Public Library will remain closed on Friday.

The North Hub community center in Dartmouth has canceled programmes.

SERVICES:

Feed Nova Scotia’s office and warehouse at Wright Ave. are closed for the day, and trucks won’t be making deliveries or pick ups.

The Workers’ Compensation Board closed its Halifax offices on Fridays.

Due to Halifax Transit snow plan the following YMCA centers will have a delayed opening until 10:00 am with reassessment at 9:00 am: YMCA Purdy’s Wharf Child Care Center, Community YMCA, YMCA Center for Immigrant Programs and YPHD remains closed due to school closures

GOVERNMENT:

CFB Halifax announced Stadacona, HMC Dockyard, Windsor Park and Willow Park are open. 12 Wing Shearwater will operate at minimum staffing/work from home.

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