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18 Differences Between Snow Days In Canada And America

The cold never bothered Canada, anyway.

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1. America: Time to get out the winter boots.


2. Canada: I guess, maybe, it's time to put the flip flops away.

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3. America: I don't know if I can make it into work tomorrow. The roads look bad.

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4. Canada: I might be a bit late getting into the office Monday morning — I want to stop at Tim's.

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5. America: Make sure you have plenty of bottled water and don't leave home unless totally necessary.

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6. Canada: So you wanna build a snowman?

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7. America: We had to dig ourselves out — I couldn't even see my car.


8. Canada: Snow forts for days. (The car's somewhere in here.)

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10. Canada: The teacher said shovelling could count as today's P.E. class.

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11. America: Do we own a snowblower?

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12. Canada: OK, who remembered to bring the shovel inside last night?

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13. America: Yeah, I'm keeping the kids inside today.

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14. Canada: This is what snowsuits are for.


15. America: I hate winter driving.

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*Winter driving and raging snowstorms can actually be pretty dangerous on both sides of the border — so humour aside, remember to stay winter safe!

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