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It hopes to steal the record from an Ontario labyrinth.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
These five Canadian winter hikes are just a handful of the many that invite you to explore some of our country's most impressive natural scenery and wildlife with as little as a pair of snowshoes or hiking boots.
We're not called the Great White North for nothing!
Mighty machines, working for you doin' mighty things.
Some Weeknd delight amid winter's weather woes.
"It's too late to book a flight .. I probably would if I could .."
Winter is coming. We can't wait.
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It's been a terrible winter in Canada. We've been inundated with heavy snow, bone-chilling wind chills and bleak days where
The snow is plowed from your street, and taken to ... where? This is the part we never really think about. Well, now we know
Canada's rodent meteorologists might be split on whether Canadians shall endure six more weeks of winter, but ask anyone
In Canada, we basically have three months: January, February, and everything else. Like this article? Follow our Facebook
Winter is here and we couldn't be happier. Who are we kidding? We dread the official start of the season. Even though things
What do we do in Canada when the landscape freezes over for a portion of the year? Many people choose to light a fire and curl up with a good book and some hot chocolate, but if you would like to get outside and dash through the snow, here is a look at some winter sporting options, including a few you may not have heard of before.
You will realize your need for winter tires when you skid into a busy intersection for the first time. It's terrifying, and
Brace yourselves, winter is coming. Or as some Canadians across the land can say, winter is here. Don't fret, The Huffington
International scientists have some bad news for those wondering when global warming will kick in during Canadian winters