1. Is it just me or is what we used to call winter weather now called a β€œstorm” and everyone begins to moan and relay tales of near death accidents, etc that they imagine could happen. Well, they could! Quit yer whining and get the damned stuff cleared, when you can. Until then, remember winter means snow and cold weather and stop making everything a freak of nature.

    1. It is not just you. I am in my mid 50’s. The snow in winter used to fall 6 to 8 inches, overnight into early a.m., and it was called December, January , February weather. And we’d usually get a winter storm in March, also.
      Snowball fights waiting for the school bus when we didn’t get a snow day. And, if it wasn’t necessary to go to work, on the weekends, (or during the week) the parents stayed off the roads on bad weather days, so as to not get into accidents. It was called common sense. Not so common anymore.

    2. So true, I live with my adult daughter in Vancouver, BC. We had been reminecing and missing winters in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Thx for your videos

  2. Haven’t seen this much snow fall at one time in well over a decade. Got stuck at the end of my drive way, drove right back in and said F that 🀣🀣🀣🀣

    1. I had a nightmare drive myself. Long story short: got stuck on a side street, 2 snow plows passed me without even plowing the road and helping out, managed to break free and also said F this and turned right back home lol

  3. Historic storm? It’s a dumping not a historic storm. They make it sound like we have never had snow like this before. Now every time we get some rain or snow, they scream hysteria and blame it all on climate change. Welcome to a Canadian Winter

  4. Dillon wasn’t clearing snow, he was having fun. How often to you get to legally drift your ATV on city streets?

    1. Thanks to suburban drivers prevented from entering the city, this could be happening more often if a congestion fee was introduced!

    2. @Blunderbuss I hate to p*ss in your crunchy granola, but you’re about 20 years too late to the party on that subject. Haven’t you noticed there is equal traffic *leaving* Toronto in the morning as there is coming in? Maybe the ‘burbs will start charging those World Class Citizens who dare venture into the wastelands beyond the Humber a congestion fee.

  5. This is the most snow at one time that I’ve seen in many years here in Hamilton.

  6. “stranded in their homes” – it’s called a snow day. Kick back and relax at home. Have some soup. Go out and shovel a judicious bit, come back in and have some more soup. Rinse and repeat. Come on Toronto…

  7. MARIA- πŸ”₯𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 π‚π‘πšπ§π§πžπ₯ [𝐋!𝐯𝐞] says:

    Only true Canadians Enjoy this weather
    You see real happy smiling faces….

  8. I’ve driven in storms before and thought of braving this storm and still show up to work but I got stuck on the driveway while the building manager was shoveling it because the plow didn’t show up yet. He tried to create a way for me to get to the road but I got stuck just before getting to the road so I just reversed back in the parking lot and called it a day πŸ˜‚

  9. The young are finding out what we older folks had to deal with every Winter It was also much colder than too.

  10. We had a house on the lake in Etobicoke back in the 70’s 80’s when I was a kid and this was a standard winter. Still remember dad waking my brothers and I in the early morning to help dig out the wagon so he could go to work…..ya the only thing we could see was the roof racks.

  11. As a Nova Scotian I am amazed that with that amount of snow Torontonians still have power. Here the power goes out if we get 5 cm of snow and the winds exceed 30 km/hr at the same time.

  12. When I worked as a paramedic covering hwy 400 from barrie to crooked bay rd, we would call this a normal storm.

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