The numbers are in – and they’re not overly impressive.
As advertised, the Greater Toronto Area saw anywhere between 15-to-20 centimeters of snow from this system, which moved in late Tuesday.
“A little bit higher further to the east with 18 centimeters in Scarborough.” Meteorologist with Environment Canada Etienne Gregoire told AM640 News.
Despite the low amount of snowfall, and lack of a deluge during the morning commute, buses were canceled for school boards throughout Toronto and surrounding areas. Schools are still open, but how many children will show up for class?
Do you think the conditions on the road were too dangerous for our children? Who makes the call when it comes to canceling the buses: the school board, the bus company, its drivers?
Here’s a list of Wednesday’s cancellations:
Toronto District School Board.
Toronto Catholic District School Board. The French public speaking contest is also cancelled.
York Catholic District School Board.
York Region District School Boards.
Halton Catholic District School Board.
Halton District School Board. (Only Brookville, Kilbride, Limehouse, Pineview and Stewarttown schools, in the HDSB, are closed for the day.)
Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board.
Dufferin-Peel District School Board.
Durham Public & Catholic schools buses in Zones 1, 2 and 3, cancelled. Zone 4 buses with delays. Schools open.
All schools and administrative buildings at Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board closed.
Holy Trinity School in Richmond Hill is closed today.
Khalsa Community School in Brampton closed.
Whitefield Christian Schools in Scarborough.
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