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A Boeing 777 aircraft went off the taxiway in B.C. during a snowstorm
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Traffic mayhem, power outages, plane off taxiway as snow hits B.C. south coast

November 30, 2022 The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER – The first major fall snowstorm to hit British Columbia’s south coast paralyzed traffic, cut power to thousands of homes and even affected Vancouver International Airport as a plane skidded off a taxiway. The snow and freezing temperatures turned

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Quebec reaches deal to compensate motorists trapped on highway after 2017 storm


MONTREAL – The Quebec government has agreed to compensate motorists who were trapped for hours on a major Montreal highway in March 2017 following a massive snowstorm. Lawyers representing plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit said today they reached an

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Quebec motorists apply for class action status in lawsuit against government arising from snow storm


MONTREAL – Lawyers on behalf of motorists left stranded in their cars on a highway after Tuesday’s snowstorm applied on Thursday for a class action lawsuit against the Quebec government and City of Montreal. Plaintiffs are seeking $2,000 for each

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Southeastern Saskatchewan should expect above normal spring runoff flows: Water Security Agency

March 10, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) has released its March 2017 Spring Runoff Forecast, saying that the majority of the province is looking at a near normal spring runoff, “with the exception of southeastern Saskatchewan and areas west of Hudson

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Portland, parts of Washington buried by massive snowstorm

January 12, 2017 Steven Dubois - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PORTLAND, Ore. – A major snowstorm spread Wednesday through Portland and parts of Washington state – toppling trees, closing schools and cutting power to thousands in the heaviest snowfall for the city since at least 2008. Some Portland neighbourhoods got