Hamilton DayStarter: Everything you need to know Monday

It's Cyber Monday, folks. Are you shopping again today? Join CBC Hamilton and Ontario Today for a live chat at noon with premier Kathleen Wynne. Plus Sounds of the Season is coming up this Friday! All the news, weather, traffic and Ron Burgandy you'll need for your Monday in today's DayStarter.

Didn't get enough of Black Friday shopping? It's Cyber Monday, Hamilton!

It's another American shopping phenomenon where the deals can be found on the world wide web. Are you shopping today? Let us know on Twitter @CBC Hamilton.

Dec. 1 was International AIDS Awareness Day. Since 1985, more than 76,000 positive HIV tests have been reported to the Public Health Agency of Canada, according to the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT). But what does this mean to Canadians now? If you had AIDS today, what would your experience be like compared to 30 years ago? CBC Community is holding a live chat tonight at 7 p.m., How AIDS has Changed. Join the discussion with experts and an HIV-positive Canadian tonight.

It's foggy this morning. Drivers: Stay Calm and Headlights On.

CBC Hamilton is holding Sounds of the Season this Friday in our James Street North newsroom. It's a CBC open house in support of local food banks. We're open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to the public. Come in and drop off a food or monetary donation if you are able, for Hamilton Food Share. During the lunch hour, local folk duo Dawn and Marra and Hamilton's own bluesman Harrison Kennedy will perform in studio. Hope to see you there!

The Red Hill Valley Parkway is still backed up from the LINC to Queenston Rd. after an earlier single-car roll-over. Take an alternate route if you can.

The LINC heading onto the 403 Toronto-bound is moving very slowly at 8:30 a.m.

In town, Aberdeen Avenue is slow moving from Queen to the 403. Main Street from the 403 to Victoria is moving slowly, as is King Street East from Dundurn to Victoria.

On the mountain, both Fennell and Mohawk roads both ways are moving slowly from Garth to Upper Gage streets.

Another reminder to drive carefully with headlights on this morning because of the fog.

Here's a map of the ongoing construction projects around the city you might run into this morning.

It's a balmy start to December. Right now, it's zero degrees and feeling very mild.

It's foggy, but that should dissipate this morning. A high of 3 C today and a 30 per cent chance of rain.

It's not going to feel like winter for this first week of December. The temperature is expected to keep going up this week, hitting a peak of 8 C on Thursday. Arm yourself with an umbrella.

A Waterdown man was arrested yesterday by RCMP for allegedly trying to sell Canadian Naval secrets to China.

RCMP charged Qing Quentin Huang, 53, for allegedly trying to sell sensitive information on the Canadian government’s shipbuilding procurement strategy. The national plan includes building patrol ships, frigates, naval auxiliary vessels, science research vessels and icebreakers.

At the time of his arrest, Huang worked as an engineer for the Burlington office of the international shipbuilding firm Lloyd’s Register.

The McMaster engineering community is mourning a 30-year-old student who was killed in a downtown shooting early Saturday morning. Tyler Johnson was a fourth year students with "really high hopes and dreams for himself,” says his former girlfriend.

Gorgeous Sunday sunset! Thanks to photog Hank de Jong (@hankdejo) for this one.

Stay classy, Canadian curlers. TSN enlisted Ron Burgandy (aka Will Ferrell in his Anchorman character) for commentary on the Roar of the Rings curling trials for the Canadian Olympic team. Here's a highlight reel from yesterday's broadcast.

Join CBC Hamilton at noon today for a live chat with premier Kathleen Wynne. She'll be in studio with Ontario Today and we'll live stream that conversation online, plus host our own text chat. Have a question for the premier? Join us at noon and we'll do our best to get it to her.


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