Just a note that this story was published in 2014. But it's still so relevant. Oh, so very relevant.
Stay warm, Canada.
We realize it's snowing in the Megacity and that this winter has been ever so cold. But please remember that you're not special. In fact, if anything, you're downright lucky. For evidence, please see the photos below.
Sincerely, The Rest of Canada
This is Bruce County near Lake Huron.
In Northern Ontario ridiculously high snow piles are making people pretty angry.
And from the Windsor area.
Check out the size of these snow drifts. Northern Saskatchewan? The Yukon? Nope - Amherstburg by the river. pic.twitter.com/JJU61KtXy9
— Dalson Chen (@WinStarChen) January 29, 2014
This is what it looks like in the Selkirk Mountains in B.C.
And in Alberta people are resorting to alternative methods of snow removal.
Because things there are just intense.
— Jackson Proskow (@JProskowGlobal) December 3, 2013
— CTV Calgary (@CTVCalgary) December 3, 2013
In Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, people have been skating down the main street.
And on Saskatchewan Street in Winnipeg it looks like this.
— Joe Bryksa (@jbryksa) January 30, 2014
Things are deep in Manitoba this year.
— Cheri Jacobson (@cherrycheri_) January 29, 2014
And in Montreal too.
If you can see it.
And don't think the East Coast has it any better.
— Dylan Burke (@burkedc) January 13, 2014
Snow banks in newfoundland are taller then my mom.. Oh how I wish I was there 😩 pic.twitter.com/st6p8jJmHw
— maddy kelly (@maddykellyyyy) January 2, 2014
You could say New Brunswick got some snow #DudeWheresMyCar#GetYourShovels pic.twitter.com/l3O20VVA2o
— Footey (@JJFootey) January 1, 2014
That is all.
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