It's fair to say that from coast to coast, winter in Canada is pretty brutal. From insanely low temperatures to blistering winds and harsh snow, bundling up in a parka for over half the year is something Canadians are well accustomed to. Still, there definitely are some cities that suffer a lot more than others when it comes to the coldest time of the year.
As part of a yearly roundup, Expedia has compiled the top 20 cities in Canada that experience the worst winters, ranked from mildest to harshest. The rankings were determined by tallying up the average amount of snowfall (Let It Snow), frostbite factor and number of ways Canadians living in these cities can stay warm (The Great Indoors). Here's the complete list of Canada's most brutal winter cities.
"We have committed to donating excess doses," Anand responded, before adding that Justin Trudeau and Health Minister Patty Hajdu had spoken on the issue previously.
She said Canada's leading officials are "on the same page in terms of the need to donate excess doses that Canadians aren't using," adding that the feds are "thinking of all of the options relating to any excess doses."