The cold truth is this: Europe's winter weather has set in quicker than its leaders were able to make decisions on how to protect these people. For many migrants and refugees, the shores of the Mediterranean aren't just arrival points. They have actually become semi-permanent homes.
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Last month, Kristen Hiebert and her four-year-old daughter were driving home when their car slid off a rural highway and into a ditch.
Don't be embarrassed to double up on hats, scarves and gloves!
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This isn't the kind of souvenir you want to bring home from your trip to Canada. A self-proclaimed "f**king stupid" Australian tourist fell asleep -- outside -- in the freezing temperatures of Prince...
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Now that temperatures have dipped below zero in many parts of Canada, we probably don't need any more reminders to bundle up. A lot of tasks, however, are tricky to carry out while wearing thick glov...
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Frostbite usually affects more exposed areas of the body, such as the fingers, toes, nose, ears, cheeks and chin. Here are some signs and symptoms that frostbite has set in:%Slideshow-560582%—A slight...
TORONTO - It seemed to Karl Zebarth like a good idea at the time: he had just left a friend's New Year's Eve party and decided to dash through the park to his nearby home in Georgetown, Ont., a quick...
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Most of Canada and parts of the United States has been gripped in a cold snap that has seen temperatures dip below -40ºC in some places. While we may have little enjoyment from this forecast, in terms of germs and pests, this may actually be good news.
A 59-year-old woman was found nearly frozen to death in Iqaluit early Wednesday morning. RCMP say they found her semi-conscious in a parking lot in the 500 block of Iqaluit after responding to a call...