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Think your winter was bad? Think again.
Winnipeg is coming off its coldest winter since the 19th century. The average temperature from December to March was -18.3 degrees Celsius, just 0.1 degrees warmer than it was in 1898.
So the next time you complain about winter, take a look at some cold, hard facts and remember that Winnipeggers have it worse than the rest of us.
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