first_img Motorists throughout the province are advised to drive withcaution due to snow-packed roads resulting from the recentsnowstorm and cold temperatures. Many roads are snow packed with slippery areas and salt is noteffective in temperatures below -10 degrees Celsius. Extra careshould be taken in the evening, when moisture on the roads mayfreeze. Crews from the Department of Transportation and Public Works arecontinuing to salt, sand and widen roads. Motorists are asked toslow down and use caution at all times. -30- TRANSPORTATION/PUBLIC WORKS–Traffic Advisory for Nova ScotiaRoadslast_img read more

TORONTO — Bell Media and iHeartRadio are creating a partnership to share and deliver digital radio content to a wide range of devices such as smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles and automotive entertainment systems.iHeartRadio is a relatively new business launched in the United States in 2011 that will be launching in Canada this year through the partnership, which will deliver both traditional radio content as well as streaming music and radio.BCE’s Bell Media has 106 licensed radio stations across Canada — mostly acquired with the purchases of Toronto-based Chum Ltd. and Montreal-based Astral Media.Rogers Communications Inc partnerships with Spotify, Vice aim to keep subscribers hungry for more mobile dataBeatles catalogue coming to streaming music sites including Apple Music, Spotify, for first time on Dec. 24The companies say iHeartRadio will offer listeners in Canada access to all of Bell Media’s radio content and to iHeartRadio events.They didn’t disclose financial terms of the arrangement or a specific date for the content to be available in Canada.Canada will become the fourth national market for iHeartRadio, after the United States, Australia and New Zealand.“This partnership allows us to connect with even more music fans and radio listeners and we know Canadians will enjoy the service as much as our listeners in the U.S,” iHeartRadio’s president Darren Davis said.The Canadian Press read more