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Extreme cold warning blankets most of Saskatchewan image
Extreme cold warning blankets most of Saskatchewan image
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A period of very cold wind chills is expected Monday as an Arctic ridge of high pressure continues to bring frigid temperatures to portions of Saskatchewan. Continue reading →



Cold temperatures raise extra concerns for Lethbridge’s homeless population image
Cold temperatures raise extra concerns for Lethbridge’s homeless population image
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After weeks of unseasonably warm temperatures in southern Alberta, the cold has arrived — the negative effects to the city’s homeless along with it. Continue reading →



Damp Sunday could still deliver snow for B.C.’s South Coast image
Damp Sunday could still deliver snow for B.C.’s South Coast image
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The forecast still calls for two to 15 cm of snow for Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Greater Victoria, the Sunshine Coast and eastern Vancouver Island. Continue reading →



Severe weather: 2020 ranked as 4th most expensive year for insurance damage image
Severe weather: 2020 ranked as 4th most expensive year for insurance damage image
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According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada, insured damage for severe weather events across the nation tallied just under $2.4 billion. Continue reading →



City of Vancouver opens warming centres ahead of snow and ice in the forecast image
City of Vancouver opens warming centres ahead of snow and ice in the forecast image
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With winter weather in the forecast this weekend, the city is opening up additional indoor spaces for the homeless while crews make preparations on major routes. Continue reading →



Embracing winter: Alberta backcountry reservations more than double from last year image
Embracing winter: Alberta backcountry reservations more than double from last year image
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Backcountry reservations in Alberta parks have more than doubled over last year. But outdoor enthusiasm is about to be put to the test, with cold weather moving in. Continue reading →