Have the snowblower gassed up and the shovel ready.

We are under a winter storm watch.

A Colorado low moving in Tuesday and Wednesday.

The snow will start near midday tomorrow – we could see 30-40 cm of snow before it tapers off Wednesday.  It will also be windy causing blowing snow.


Ottawa police have temporarily suspended its search for a womens body at the Trail Road Landfill.

37 year old Susan Kuplu disappeared on January 11th.

Later, police reported she was dead, and her body had not been found.

The victim’s daughter, and former boyfriend, have both been charged with second-degree murder, and indignity to a dead body.

According to the CBC, the search was suspended week to allow the officers to take a break.

Police have been searching for the body at the landfill for two weeks.

The search will continue later this week.


A young girl sledding in Val-Des-Monts has been struck by a vehicle.

It happened early Sunday afternoon near the girl’s home, when she ended up sledding onto a road, in the path of an oncoming vehicle.

The girl is expected to survive, but was taken to CHEO with broken bones.

Police have said that it does not appear that the driver of the vehicle was at fault.


Torontonians gathered last night to honour the victims of serial killer Bruce McArthur.

Dozens came together days after McArthur’s sentencing to remember the eight men from Toronto’s gay village who were slain.

The 67-year-old McArthur pleaded guilty to eight counts of first degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.


At least 2 hundred and 22 amateur sport coaches in Canada have been convicted of sexual offences in the past 20 years.

The offenses involved more than 6 hundred victims under the age of 18.

Of those cases, 34 are currently before the courts.

Charges include sexual assault, sexual exploitation, child luring and making or possessing child pornography.

In all of the cases, the accused were charged between 1998 and 2018, but the offences could have taken place before.

Former Olympic rower and University of Winnipeg sociology professor Sandra Kirby told the CBC… “Sexual abuse is a very under-reported crime” and said there could be “thousands of other cases where no one has come forward.”


Justin Trudeau spent a raucous day in Burnaby, B-C, stumping for the Liberal candidate running in the federal byelection later this month.

The prime minister was met by protesters on both sides of the political spectrum at the Burnaby event where Liberal candidate and longtime B-C legislator Richard T. Lee is hoping to win the vacant House of Commons seat.

He is up against federal N-D-P Leader Jagmeet Singh.

Outside, demonstrators denounced the Trudeau government’s policies on migration, while inside the event a small group of people shouted anti-pipeline slogans.

Burnaby is at the end of the Trans Mountain pipeline, which Trudeau’s government has purchased and plans to expand.


The White House is refusing to rule out the possibility the U-S federal government may shut down again.

Negotiators are clashing over whether to limit the number of migrants authorities can detain, creating a new hurdle for a border-security compromise that Congress can accept.

With Friday’s deadline approaching, the two sides still can’t agree how much to spend on President Donald Trump’s promised border wall.


Women and rap artists have felt shunned at past Grammy Awards, but both took centre stage this year.

Childish Gambino’s “This is America” became the first rap-based song to win record and song of the year, and Cardi B was the first solo female to win best rap album.

Gambino and Kacey Musgraves both won four Grammys, including Musgraves’ album of the year for “Golden Hour.”

Toronto rap superstar Drake won best rap song for his hit, “God’s Plan.”

Lady Gaga won three Grammys for her song “Shallow,” and Duo Lipa won best new artist.

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