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A storm-hit Toronto woke up to blowing snow and blizzard-like conditions on Wednesday.PETER JONES

The GTA is digging out after an early-morning storm hammered the region, stymieing public transit and giving many students a snow day.

Here's a partial list of what's closed. Check back for updates.

Elementary and high schools

Toronto District School Board Toronto Catholic District School Board Peel District School Board Halton Region Catholic and public boards Francophone Halton Region Catholic schools Durham Catholic School Board Upper Canada College Appleby College, Oakville Isna Elementary and High School, Mississauga Bayview Glen Private School Islamic Foundation School of Toronto Wellington-Dufferin Catholic and Public schools Toronto Montessori schools, Elgin Mills and Bayview. Toronto French Montessori school Taddle Creek Montessori

Universities and colleges

York University, including Osgoode Hall George Brown College Sheridan College, including Brampton and Oakville campuses Centennial College: Classes cancelled and child-care centres closed Seneca, all campuses Humber College McMaster University University of Toronto, Scarborough and Mississauga campuses Mohawk College OCAD


Subways are unaffected, but streetcars and buses are experiencing delays of about 15 minutes

GO Transit

Modified schedule on its three busiest routes, the Lakeshore West, Lakeshore East and Georgetown lines. Trains are stopping at all stations, with no express service. Schedules available here.

Major commuter routes

Gardiner westbound Reopened after downed hydro lines, but expect delays: Eastbound (Hwy. 427 to Jameson), expect 10-minute delay Weestbound (Jameson to Hwy 427), expect 10-minute delay

DVP northbound (Gardiner to Hwy 401), expect 20-minute delay

401westbound, expect 5-10-minute delay 401 eastbound, expect 3-7-minute delay

400 moving well

403 no delays

427 moving well northbound, southbound expect 5-minute delay

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