Saanich has cancelled its special council meeting and committee-of-the-whole meeting scheduled for Monday, Feb. 11 because of weather. (Black Press File).

Snow cancels Saanich’s council meeting

Saanich joins Sidney in cancelling its council meeting because of snow

Students across the region are not the only ones getting a snow day.

Weather has led Saanich to cancel its special council meeting and committee-of-the-whole meeting scheduled for Monday, Feb. 11.

RELATED: Snow day for students in Greater Victoria; another storm to come

Megan Catalano, a spokesperson for the District of Saanich, said items from the special council meeting will move to the council meeting scheduled for Feb. 25 while items for the committee of the whole meeting will move to the committee-of-the-whole meeting scheduled for March 4.

Sidney earlier today cancelled its council meeting, citing weather conditions.

RELATED: Up to 25 centimetres of snow expected to fall on Greater Victoria overnight

Environment Canada’s latest weather warning estimates 15 to 25 cm of snow will fall across the South Coast Monday night and will continue falling Tuesday morning – with total amounts varying across the region.


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