Toronto Hydro says there are 195,000 customers without power on Tuesday.
The online outage map is here.
TTC CEO Andy Byford said the transit system is "largely up and running" after crews worked through the night to clear ice from the streetcar lines. All that remains down is the Sheppard Subway line, but the TTC is running shuttle buses along the line.
The TTC is posting its service updates here.
Here's what we've confirmed:
Streetcars are back up and running but customers are advised to expect delays.
There is no service on the Sheppard subway lines. Shuttle buses are operating.
GO Transit is operating on an adjusted winter schedule today.
Go is operating on an adjusted winter schedule but they are dealing with power outages at stations and switch problems. Riders are asked to check GoTransit.com for delays before they head out.
Reminder: Due to the impacts of the severe ice storm, we are operating on an adjusted winter schedule. Info here: http://t.co/S6sRuxYcVb— GO Transit (@GOtransit) December 23, 2013
At Pearson many flights are delayed or cancelled, both departing and arriving. And there is a big backlog from flights cancelled over the weekend.
Porter airlines has issued a weather advisory for Boston, Newark & the East Coast. Passengers are strongly advised to check their flight status with their airline and give yourself extra time to get to the airport safely.
The Toronto District School Board has closed all office, daycare and school activities.
The Toronto Catholic District School Board facilities, including day care centres and the Catholic Education Centre are closed today.
York University has closed all of its operations and will now re-open on January 2nd. All classes and exams are cancelled.
All services at Humber College, including daycare, were closed.