Dozens of flights out of Vancouver airport and all major B.C. Ferries sailings were cancelled on Tuesday afternoon as snow started falling across the Lower Mainland.
B.C. Ferries said it expects to cancel all sailings from 3 p.m. Tuesday between the mainland and Vancouver Island, including those between Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay in Victoria, Tsawwassen and Duke Point near Nanaimo, and Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay in Nanaimo.
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YVR’s departures list showed dozens of cancelled flights for Air Canada, Westjet and other airlines as snow began to accumulate Tuesday afternoon. Check with your airline if you had planned to travel today or tomorrow.
Follow this story for the latest on the snow storm.
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