Kayla Reid of Corner Brook says she won’t be coming home
Kayla Jean Reid says she sold her cellphone before heading to Costa Rico because she had no intention of ever being in contact with her family and friends at home.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Some schools are closed and there are travel delays in parts of Atlantic Canada as snow, freezing rain and rain moves through the region on the first official day of spring.
Environment Canada is predicting about 20 centimetres of snow for much of Newfoundland.
Nova Scotia and some parts of Prince Edward Island were blanketed with snow and other precipitation overnight.
A number of early morning flights in and out of Halifax Stanfield International Airport were cancelled.
Meanwhile, most elementary and high school students in Nova Scotia were enjoying an extra day of March break.
There were also some schools closed in Newfoundland, and in St. John's the school board was planning to send students home early.
The Canadian Press