06/15/2015 07:16 EDT | Updated 06/15/2016 05:59 EDT

Toronto Daystarter: Monday, June 15, 2015

Here's what you need to know for Monday, June 15, 2015:


A fog advisory that had affected Toronto early this morning has been lifted, though warnings of near-zero visibility remain elsewhere in the GTA. 

Areas east and west of the city, and as far north as the Bruce Peninsula, are still under the advisory.

Fog or no, the day will be grey: the forecast is mainly cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of showers.

Today's high is 24 C and the UV index is very high.


The TTC is mostly running smoothly this morning. 

The elevator at Dundas West station's eastbound platform to concourse to bus level is out of service for another day. 

GO Transit has delays on the Georgetown Line to Union of 10 to 15 minutes due to freight train traffic

At Burlington station, there will be no elevator access from the south side of the station until fall 2015 because of construction.

Toronto Pearson airport and Billy Bishop airport downtown are reporting that air traffic is moving mostly on time. 

Major transit announcement

The TTC is promising a major announcement about service improvements.

Toronto Transit Commission chair Josh Colle and TTC deputy CEO Chris Upfold will make the announcement Monday at 1 p.m.

Court appearance after hit-and-run

A 19-year-old Keswick man is scheduled to appear in court this morning in connection with a fatal hit-and-run in
downtown Toronto.

A 26-year old man, whose name hasn't been released, was struck and killed while riding his bicycle in the city's Yorkville neighbourhood Saturday night.

Police said the driver fled the scene in a white 2015 Hyundai Sonata.

The man has been charged with criminal negligence causing death, dangerous driving causing death, and fail to stop at the scene of an accident causing death.

Brampton fatal crash

A 25-year-old Brampton man is dead after being thrown from his vehicle in a single vehicle collision.

Police say Phillip Bozanis was pronounced dead at the scene after he lost control of his Acura on the exit ramp to Queen Street from Highway 410 early Sunday morning, entered a ditch and rolled several times.

Police are trying to determine whether speed, alcohol or the lack of a seatbelt were factors.

Mississauga torch relay

The Pan Am Games torch made its way to Mississauga yesterday.

Mayor Bonnie Crombie spoke to crowds about the pride Mississaugans felt as the torch passed through the city.

Former mayor Hazel McCallion was also on hand as a torchbearer.

More than 3,000 people will serve as torchbearers during the 41-day relay.