Check online before you head out. There are some delays being reported for flights to eastern Canada this morning. Not everywhere, but there are some.
Regina was all clear to start the day but delays have started to pop up. That storm that hit Ontario and Quebec has caused some disturbances and the system is now over the Maritimes as they get thumped with high winds, rain and snow.
For up to date flights out of Regina, click here.
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