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It's going to be a long, cold and messy winter across much of Canada, according to the seasonal forecast released Monday by the Weather Network.
The deep chill that has settled in across parts of Canada has already shattered some cold-weather records – and we’re still more than a month away from the official start of winter.
Ontario and Quebec are expected to bear the brunt of the snowy storms with arctic blasts focused on the eastern Prairies, according to AccuWeather’s winter forecast for 2019-2020.
Canadians are advised to brace for a 'polar coaster' winter if the latest prediction from the Farmers' Almanac is to be believed.
Environment Canada was warning of the potential for 5 cm or more of snowfall in parts of Newfoundland and Labrador by Wednesday morning, while frost was a concern in Ontario and Quebec.
Many Newfoundlanders were forced to unpack their parkas Wednesday as the first of two frost-bearing systems swept through the province.
A man who police describe as 'a recluse' has been found alive after spending the winter trapped inside his house by snow and living off canned food.
Parts of Western Canada are bracing for extreme cold temperatures, with wind chills of -50 C expected in some area, while Atlantic Canada is preparing for a blasting of up to 40 cm of snow.
Canadians are heading to hospitals due to slips and falls on icy roads across the country.
Jeff Siegfried, the sales manager of a car dealership in Watrous, Sask., came up with the idea to compete in a fundraising battle against the deputy fire chief Andrew Matheson, with the loser being forced to lick a frozen pole as punishment.
A New Brunswick fire chief is warning drivers to slow down when visibility is reduced after at least 15 vehicles got stuck in a series of collisions on a snowy highway.