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Storm Watch: School closures, cancellations

School buses are seen at the Department of Transportation bus depot on Toombs Street in Moncton, N.B., on Jan. 24, 2023. (Derek Haggett/CTV Atlantic) School buses are seen at the Department of Transportation bus depot on Toombs Street in Moncton, N.B., on Jan. 24, 2023. (Derek Haggett/CTV Atlantic)
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NOVA SCOTIA

  • Tri-County Regional Centre for Education: all Digby County Schools are closed.
  • Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education: all schools, offices and worksites are closed.
  • South Shore Regional Centre for Education: all schools and worksites are closed.
  • Halifax Regional Centre for Education: all schools are closed.
  • Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education: all schools (including the Municipality of East Hants, and Counties of Colchester, Cumberland and Pictou) are closed.
  • Strait Regional Centre for Education: classes are cancelled at all schools.
  • CSAP: classes are canceled at Centre scolaire de la Rive-Sud, Rose-des-Vents, Mer et Monde, Grand-Portage, Beaubassin, Sommet, Bois-Joli, Carrefour, Mosaique, Beaux-Marais, Truro, Torbé, Pomquet,Beau-Port.
  • Dalhousie University: Halifax and Truro campuses are closed.
  • University’s of King’s College campus is closed.
  • Saint Mary’s University is closed.
  • Mount Saint Vincent University will be closed until at least noon.
  • NSCAD: all campuses will be closed.
  • St. Francis Xavier University is closed and classes are cancelled.
  • NSCC: several campuses are closed.

NEW BRUNSWICK

  • There are no school closures in New Brunswick.

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

  • There are no school closures in P.E.I.

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