Canadians are no stranger to the frigid weather. Over the years we have explored many different methods of coping with the winter's freezing temperatures. For most people around the world, venturing out in Canada's minus 40-degree weather would be unthinkable, but for fearless Canucks, it’s a test of who can have the most fun!\nFor residents of Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and the territories, it's been a bone-chillingly cold start to the week.\nSince Monday evening, temperatures in these regions have dipped well below -30 degrees, with the wind chill making it feel much closer to -40 and even -50.\nRather than force people indoors, this week’s freezing conditions have inspired a number of residents to find imaginative ways to make the best out of being the coldest place on Earth.\nWe aren't just talking about outdoor sports and winter sunbathing — some pretty incredible science experiments have been taking place around the country.\nWith everything from freeze-frying an egg to playing frisbee with frozen clothes, here’s how fearless Canadians across the country are getting creative this winter.\nBeautiful Frozen Bubbles\nAnother frozen bubble from last night's #abstorm #BubbleMadness at -32C in Airdrie!My frozen bubble recipe- 200ml warm water - 35ml corn syrup - 35ml dish soap - 2tbs sugar- Dress Warm! pic.twitter.com/rXTY8UFZvU pic.twitter.com/76k85cKUII— Chris Ratzlaff 🇨🇦🌾🗻 (@ratzlaff) January 14, 2020\nFrozen bubbles day 2You can see Bunsen playing in the background in the snow.It is -40C. ❄️😄🤷♂️#snow #bubbles #science #Weather #cold #frozenbubbles pic.twitter.com/pWpakgx9h4— Mr. Zed (@ZedScience) January 14, 2020\nTaking to Twitter from freezing Alberta, one science-minded local shared a series of photos of incredible icy bubbles.\nExplaining his recipe for the freezing experiment, Chris Ratzlaff explained that the bubbles were created in -32 degree conditions, and require the use of warm water, corn syrup, dish soap and sugar.\nIf you’re prepared to get outside and brave the bone-chilling conditions, it’s a pretty beautiful outcome.\nFrozen-Clothes Frisbee\nIt's cold enough in Calgary today that I played frisbee with my shirt! #yyc @weathernetwork pic.twitter.com/7nHFVXrYxI— Kyle Brittain (@KyleTWN) January 13, 2020\nWho said you can’t play frisbee in -40 conditions? Not this guy from Calgary it seems…\nIn this wild video, fearless Kyle Brittain can be seen venturing out into the snowy conditions in Calgary and fetching his now solid clothing from his outdoor drying line.\nNot too disappointed with his icy garments, Brittain goes on to start a thrilling game of frisbee with his stiff-AF t-shirt.\nIt’s hilarious, albeit probably a little dangerous!\nFreeze-Fried Eggs\nThis is how we like it in Canada. Extreme well done egg for breakfast! #ExtremeColdWarning #yyc #ABStorm pic.twitter.com/U66vNu3mlC— Syed Shahram Ahmed (@SyedShahram) January 14, 2020\nHow do you like your eggs in the morning? Frozen-side up it seems over here.\nNot to be outdone by the egg-fried-on-the-sidewalk thing, this ice cooking video is next-level Canadian.\nIf you’re courageous enough to get outdoors in the shockingly cold morning temperatures, you might just manage to freeze-fry your own egg.\nThe only problem is getting it back out of the pan.\nCold Air, Don't Care\nMaking the best of a very cold situation. #yegwx #ExtremeColdWarning pic.twitter.com/hdjhe3IuAW— MacEwan University (@MacEwanU) January 14, 2020\nHow cold is it this morning? @weathernetwork @CBCEdmonton pic.twitter.com/BCndExRCyZ— Ed Reddy (@EdReddy) January 14, 2020\nIt is really cold but #beautiful at the @CityofPG .Did a #fun #experiment by Throwing some hot water into the supper cold air, before heading to the work at @NALS_UNBC at @UNBC .#Weather @weathernetwork @environmentca pic.twitter.com/8oV4YNlTl6— Hossein Kazemian (@Hkazemian1347) January 14, 2020\nThe old-school trick involves tossing boiling hot water into the air and watching it turn into mist. There’s obviously a lot of room for error here and doctors are warning against it.\nDinner Date On Ice\nMan attempts to have picnic in Calgary in -30CPasta freezes halfway through#yyc @weathernetwork pic.twitter.com/NcQ81xYYCc— Kyle Brittain (@KyleTWN) January 13, 2020\nI’m definitely cancelling this candle light diner, I’ve been waiting way too long! 😂 (video)#HighRiver #PolarVortex #abwx #abstorm #ShareYourFrozenDiner #ShareYourWeather #Minus36Celsius. (Full credits to my buddy @KyleTWN for the idea; just had to try it!) pic.twitter.com/xuqBRTv1R8— Christian Ravary 💎 (@Chris_Ravary) January 14, 2020\nIf you’ve run out of suggestions for your significant other for Valentine’s Day, how about a below-zero picnic?\nJust like this guy, you can venture out into the freezing wilderness and watch your meal freeze in front of your very own eyes.\nIt probably won’t be the most romantic date you ever go on, but it’s “Canadian,” right?\nGhost Pants\nSo cold out, froze my pants off, solid. Wet pants, one minute in -32c (-45c windchill) #yeg #yegwx #weather #ExtremeColdWarning #ExtremeCold @weathernetwork @weatherchannel #pants Might as well have some fun on a cold winter day. pic.twitter.com/ov8zfZNrGe— Joe Chowaniec Images (@JoeisCranky) January 14, 2020\nWhen it's -45 with windchill, your wet clothes are apparently one of the most fun things you can play with.\nIf you're tired of playing frisbee with your stiff jeans, how about creating a whole town of torso-less ghost people?\nIf you're willing to venture out in the freezing evening snow and want to scare your neighbours at the same time, try this at night time.\nFrozen clothes look suspiciously ghostly in the dark.\nDance Like Snow-One's Watching\nIt was -45 in the Yukon's wilderness today. Everything was frozen. Staying outside for even a few minutes like a big thing. Then I danced bhangra. Hope it'll make you smile 😊 pic.twitter.com/0Sjr4wZOOB— Gurdeep Pandher of Yukon (@GurdeepPandher) January 15, 2020\nIt’s -45 in the Yukon, and apparently even that won’t stop people from enjoying the great outdoors.\nJust like Gurdeep Pandher, if you’re a dancer, this crazy climate won’t stop you.\nTaking a video of yourself dancing in the snow in absurd -45 conditions doesn't only make you a little bit warmer but it also makes you Canadian.