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ice storm 2013

As winter came roaring into Toronto over the past few weeks, many Torontonians -- close to 228,000 to be more exact -- were left in the dark and without power for up to a week as a result of the freezing rain that blanketed the city. In total, the damage and cleanup is estimated to cost the city $106 million. It has been a punishing start to what could be a very long, bitter winter.
It's been a long two weeks for residents of Toronto and surrounding areas, as the aftermath of the ice storm and subsequent
Like others in Ontario, the ice storm caught us by surprise and we spent a very chilly few days without power and, living in the country, without water too. To be honest we weren't that prepared. We are now, I can tell you. But as business owners, we also have some lessons to learn from those tough few days that we can use in our business lives.
More than 100,000 people across Toronto are still without power over 50 hours after the ice storm hit parts of Ontario, Quebec
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Ice storm refugees, take note: your friends and family are happy to help you, but it doesn't hurt to remember your manners
As city officials, staff and cleanup crews worked to repair the havoc caused by an icy storm, Mayor Rob Ford was unreachable
Hundreds of thousands of people have been without power in the eastern parts of Canada for more than 24 hours now, and as
A weekend ice storm responsible for dozens of flight delays and cancellations is still causing headaches for travellers as
Toronto is recovering from a massive power outage in the wake of the ice storm Monday, but mayor Rob Ford says "the worst
As central Canada struggles to get back to normal following this weekend’s ice storm, some are already turning their attention
Ice storm? Canadians know how to deal. Here are a few very shining examples of the Great White North we salute. Also on HuffPost
In the midst of a brutal ice storm that wreaked havoc on parts of Canada, causing power outages and travel headaches, there
What happens when life gives you one of the worst ice storms in recent memory? Well you turn it into an opportunity to practice
Our country may be known as a frozen tundra to those outside our borders, but Canadians are as happily reliant on modern