Hamilton weather, traffic and more: Daystarter Thursday
More rain could be on the way before it clears up for a gorgeous weekend ahead. So hang on there, Hamilton!
If you’re looking to get gas, the lowest price in the area is 125.0 at Shell at 115 Argyle St. S. near Renfrew Street in Caledonia.
Three World Cup matches are in store today:
- Colombia vs. Côte d'Ivoire at 11:30 a.m.
- Uruguay vs. England at 2:30 p.m.
- Japan vs. Greece at 5:30 p.m.
CBC's dedicated website keeps you up-to-date on the latest news, insights and analysis from Brazil. For live video streaming, highlights and a comprehensive broadcast schedule, visit cbc/fifaworldcup.
You can also download CBC's Match Centre app to watch all games live on your smartphone and tablets, get instant highlights and interact with fans on social media.
During the World Cup, we want to hear from you superfans. Swing by our newsroom at 118 James St. N. to pick up a copy of the broadcast schedule (make sure you show up in a jersey!)
We are also building a photo gallery of the most passionate soccer fans in Hamilton. Email or tweet us your fan portrait and tell us which teams you'll be cheering on!
OPP's traffic division isn't reporting any incidents near Hamilton, but expect typical morning rush hour volumes on major routes.
Both eastbound and westbound Lakeshore Go Trains are reporting slight delays.
Hamiltonians are waking up to a 40 per cent chance of showers early this morning, clearing near noon.
Expect a high of 23 C and a low of 10. UV index is nine or very high, so don't forget to bring your sunscreen.
All three suspects charged in Tim Bosma's murder will be back in court today. Dellen Millard and Marck Smich are charged with first degree murder while Christina Noudga, who police say was Millard's girlfriend, is accused of helping him avoid capture. All suspects are expected to appear in court at 2 p.m. via video.
Anya Martinez fundraiser
A fundraiser will be held today at St. Joseph School for Anya Martinez, a six-year-old girl from Ancaster who has leukemia. After finding out that a treatment that may potentially save her life is not covered by OHIP, the family is appealing to the public to help send Martinez to the U.S. for treatment.
The city held another Yoga @ City Hall on Wednesday and the view from the top is spectacular. To learn more about the outdoor yoga program, which runs from June 4 to Sept. 17 from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. every Wednesday, click here for details on the city's website.
The popular video sharing app Vine only allows you to record six seconds of video, but the creativity is limitless. Let this clever pool-side video kick start your day.