Thousands of Ontarians woke up to thick layers of snow blanketing houses, cars and roads after the first heavy snowfall of the season hit parts of the province Saturday night.
Snow has already begun to fall on parts of Ontario and Quebec this weekend, with up to 20 centimetres of accumulation expected in what could be the unofficial start to the winter season.
Forecasters are predicting there will be fewer of those bone-chilling, cheek-numbing days this winter thanks to a monster-sized El Nino.
Canadians still haunted by the heavy snow and biting cold of last winter can rest easy, as a 'super El Nino' is expected to usher in warmer-than-normal temperatures for the fall and winter ahead.
People in the snow-battered Maritimes can put away their shovels for at least a week as a lull in heavy snowfall is expected, Environment Canada said Sunday as yet another storm whipped through the region.
People in storm-battered Atlantic Canada might be fixated on winter, but a psychology professor says tweeting about it isn't the best way to blow off steam.
After being pelted by the second snowstorm in three days, some people in Atlantic Canada are waving a frosty white flag and declaring #WinterISurrender.
Some facts and figures on the harsh winter conditions across Atlantic Canada after another storm hit parts of the region on Wednesday.
U.S. federal records show that this winter and the first two months of 2015 were the hottest on record globally.
Halifax residents are being asked to "dig deep" and pick up their shovels to rescue their city, but one councillor thinks it may be time to declare a state of emergency.
A ferry that was stuck in ice off Cape Breton for 24 hours has finally arrived at its destination in Newfoundland.