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Latest snowstorm school closures, bus delays in Greater Toronto Area for Dec. 12, 2016

The snowstorm in southern Ontario has resulted in school bus and transportation delays Monday morning.

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Below is a list of bus cancellation and transportation delays:

School Bus:

Toronto District School Board: All buses are in service but expect some delays. Schools are open.

Toronto Catholic District School Board: All buses are in service but expect some delays. Schools are open.

Peel District School Board: All buses are in service but expect some delays. Schools are open.

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Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board: All buses are in service but expect some delays. Schools are open.

York Region District School Board: All buses are in service but expect some delays. Schools are open.

York Catholic District School Board: All buses are in service but expect some delays. Schools are open.

Halton District School Board: School buses are canceled in Zone 3 North of Steeles. Brookville, Limehouse, Pineview, Stewarttown schools are CLOSED today.

Halton Catholic District School Board: School bus service cancelled in Halton Hills. Schools are open.

Durham District School Board: School bus service cancelled for Zone 1 (Brock) Zone 2 (Uxbridge) and Zone 3 (Scugog). Zone 4 buses are in service.

Durham Catholic District School Board: Buses are cancelled today for Zone 1 (Brock), Zone 2 (Uxbridge) and Zone 3 (Scugog). Zone 4 buses are running. All our schools remain open.

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Simcoe County District School Board: School bus service cancelled in North, West and Central weather zones.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board: All buses to schools in City of Kawartha Lakes, Muskoka and Haliburton for Trillium Lakelands District School Board have been cancelled.

TTC:

No major delays on TTC routes.

GO Transit:

GO Bus service is delayed up to 30 minutes for Routes 40, 45, 46, 47 due to earlier collision on southbound 410 at Highway 401.

No mayor delays reported for GO Train service.

Pearson International Airport:

Toronto Pearson International Airport is experiencing a number of delays for arrival and departure flights.

As of 6 a.m., 116 flights have been cancelled.

Travelers are being reminded to check your flights status before arriving at the airport.

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