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It's a wake-up call they won't soon forget.
He was playing alone when the accident happened.
Snowfalls dumped 35 centimetres on Montreal.
He escaped without any major injuries.
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The canoe crashed right through the siding, Gyprock and insulation, she said.
We're all Canadian, and with that comes Canadian weather. It should be our Canadian duty to accept the weather (especially such unremarkable weather ) with dignity and poise. Because believe me: Other parts of the country have it far, far worse.
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"We were dehydrated and tired and our minds weren't really working right.''
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She also went back to give him dinner.
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Winter's got a "bit left in it."
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"This is a really cool lab — literally, a really cool lab."
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Winter weather makes most of us apprehensive about getting a cold or the flu, and often enough those fears are justified. No matter how religiously we wash our hands, keep our distance from others who already have the sniffles, or try to fortify our immune system with extra doses of vitamins, it seems to be a losing battle year after year. Yet some folks never appear to get affected. They just sail through this treacherous season without a hitch. How do these lucky few do it?
February is one of the most trying months in the Great White North. The winter chill has fully settled in, and the warmer temperatures of spring are more than a month away. While many Canadians use this as a time to escape to the warmth of Florida, the Caribbean, or Mexico, others look within the country for winter carnivals, festivals, and other anticipated annual events. These four February festivals across Canada will encourage you to embrace the best of winter in the Great White North.