Hamilton Daystarter Wednesday: Weather, traffic and more
Bookworms, archive rats, library internet users and students studying for exams: Keep in mind that all Hamilton Public Library branches are closed on Wednesday for a staff professional development day.
But don’t fret too much — regular business hours will resume on Thursday.
GO Transit isn’t reporting any major delays on its train and bus lines running in and out of Hamilton.
Ontario Provincial Police are reporting the following collisions on Hamilton-area highways:
- Toronto-bound Highway 403 at Aberdeen Ave., Hamilton: two-vehicle collision on the left shoulder, no injuries, 7:42 a.m.
A mix of sun and clouds is expected to set in later on Wednesday. Environment Canada is calling for a high of 23 C for the day. Partly cloudy skies and a low of 12 C is in the forecast for the overnight period.
A mix of sun and cloud and a high of 20 C is in store for Thursday.
The provincial party leaders election debate played out Tuesday night, with Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath and Progressive Conservative Tim Hudak attacking Premier Kathleen Wynne on the issue of accountability and in particular, the cancellation of gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga.
Horwath and Wynne made many mentions of the “bad math” associated with Hudak’s vaunted Million Jobs Plan, which has raised the eyebrows of some economists and political commentators. The election, if you've forgotten, is in eight days.
In local news, a city hall plan to spend $230,000 on a new welcome sign on Highway 403 at Highway 6 is still on the table, but officials says the design could change.
Twitter user @rebekahlshort snapped this photo of the wilds of Hamilton.
This one's good for a laugh. American newlyweds Dan and Jackie Anderson and their entire wedding party tried a little too hard to get the perfect shot. Watch what happens next (h/t Daily Dot).