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Toronto daystarter: Friday, Feb. 6, 2015

02/06/2015 08:06 EST | Updated 04/08/2015 05:59 EDT
Good morning and happy Friday. It's almost the weekend, so hang in there. 

In other good news, Torono public health says the city' extreme cold weather warning will be lifted today at noon. A light dusting of snow fell overnight. The daytime high will be about -4 C, with flurries starting tonight and five centimetres of snow expected to fall tomorrow. 

You can read the full Toronto forecast here.

Public transit is moving well, but there are delays at Warden station due to signal problems. Riders should expect longer than normal wait times both ways between Woodbine and Kennedy. The 502 Downtowner and 503 Kingston streetcars will be off the road again today due to the cold. You can check for TTC service alerts here.

There are also some delays on GO Transit, particularly on the Lakeshore east and west routes. You can check for service updates here.

Several flights have been cancelled or delayed at Pearson this morning. Morning flights at Billy Bishop are all operating on schedule. 

A major announcement about a new waterfront development is expected this morning at 11:30 a.m. Mayor John Tory will be joined by representatives from the federal and provincial governments to make the announcement. While the details are unclear, there are reports the new development will be an innovation centre. 

Three Toronto police officers accused of sexually assaulting a female parking enforcement officer have been suspended. The incident is currently being investigated. 

An Etobicoke resident has filed a complaint with the City of Toronto's integrity commissioner against Ward 6 Coun. Mark Grimes,with regard to Grimes's allegedly close relationship with developers.

Police are looking for the person responsible for an armed robbery at a Metro grocery store in Scarborough overnight. A canine unit was involved in the search in the Kennedy Road and Hwy. 401 area. 

The Leafs are in New Jersey tonight to take on the Devils. The Leafs are looking to avoid the longest losing streak in franchise history after being handed their 10th straight loss Tuesday night. 

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