LIVE NOW: It is Wednesday and our prime story is Oshawa council decides to not ban tobogganing on all however two public hills
Good Morning. It’s Wednesday and our top story is Oshawa council decides not to ban tobogganing on all but two public hills.
FROM OUR NEWSROOM:
1.) Oshawa council decides not to ban tobogganing on all but two public hills
2.) Driver had beer in hand after colliding with cruiser at Clarington, police allege
3.) ‘No concerns to students and staff’: Incident at Beaverton Public School leads to teachers walking out
TRAFFIC: There are no major disruptions on the roadways across Durham Region, including Hwy. 401, 407, 412 and 418, according to police and the province.
For up-to-the-minute traffic reports, keep an eye out for tweets from Durham police as well as Ontario 511 and the OPP’s highway safety division on Twitter.
WEATHER: Environment Canada says Wednesday will be mainly cloudy with a 30-per cent chance of flurries late in the morning and early this afternoon, with winds gusting up to 40 km/h this morning. Today’s high will be -5, but with the wind chill it’ll feel more like -24 this morning and -12 this afternoon. Tonight will be cloudy with winds gusting up to 40 km/h before becoming light after midnight. The low tonight will be -9, feeling more like -15 with the wind chill.
WHAT YOU MISSED OVERNIGHT: Durham police are reporting no major incidents overnight, but check back here on durhamregion.com for news throughout the day.
SCHOOL BUS DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS: Both Durham Student Transportation Services and Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario are reporting delays and cancellations impacting students.
TRANSIT: Durham Region Transit is reporting no issues on Wednesday morning and the GO Trains are running on schedule.