Toronto families go sliding
Delighted screams are echoing across Toronto parks.
Kids & parents are taking advantage of the city's first big snowfall since 2011 to break out their toboggans, flying saucers & GTs & head downhill.
At High Park, Michael, dad to Isabella & Max plans to stay out as long as his little ones can stand the cold. He says it's a chance to create memories he hopes will last until his kids are grown.
A little further west, Newstalk 1010 reporter James Moore tested out the slopes at Swansea Public School. He got some tips from Cole & borrowed his Krazy Karpet.
Moore says the hill he tackled, some 50 ft tall, was icy & fast. He was a little banged up after a crash landing & managed to get snow into places Moore says he'd rather not mention.
With files from James Moore