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Toronto news look ahead: Tuesday Jan. 6

01/06/2015 06:22 EST | Updated 03/08/2015 05:59 EDT
Good morning Toronto.

Last night, the city played host to the gold medal game at the world junior hockey championships and Team Canada did not disappoint, hanging on for a 5-4 win over Russia.

The win at the Air Canada Centre was Canada's first gold at the tournament since 2009. You can read about Canada's win and see a photo gallery of the game here.

Also, former Maple Leafs and world juniors player Rick Vaive will talk about Canada's big win on Metro Morning at 7:13 a.m. You can listen on 99.1 FM or get the livestream here.

In weather, expect another cold day in Toronto with a high of -7 C today. This week's frigid temperatures will hit their lowest point tomorrow with a forecast high of only -17 C. Your full Toronto weather forecast is here.

We are following up on a story about a man found unconscious and without vital signs Tuesday morning in a bus shelter at Yonge-Dundas Square. Police say he was not dressed for the cold weather and was taken to hospital.

The cold is also likely a factor in a water main break near Keele Street and Eglinton Avenue west. Police have closed some lanes there with water covering much of the roadway. CBC overnight camera Tony Smyth was there.

Here are some of his pics below.

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