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School buses cancelled across Ottawa and eastern Ontario

File image. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young) File image. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young)

School buses cancellations are in effect for Monday morning as a winter storm continues to move through the region.

Here is a look at the cancellations in Ottawa and eastern Ontario for Monday, Dec. 4.

All schools remain open.


School bus cancellations

  • English public and Catholic school boards in Ottawa
  • French public and Catholic school boards in Ottawa
  • Renfrew County schools
  • Upper Canada District School board and Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario schools


Buses are cancelled in northern and some central weather zones

  • North Hastings
  • North Lennox and Addington
  • North and Central Frontenac
  • Central Lennox and Addington
  • Centre Hastings

Buses are running in the Kingston and Belleville areas

  • Belleville and Quite West
  • South Lennox and Addington
  • South Frontenac
  • Kingston area
  • Prince Edward County

Western Quebec

  • The Western Quebec school board says buses will only operate on roads that are safe and well maintained. The board says to expect delays due to the road conditions.

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