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Moments that show Canadian roads at their worst

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It's safe to say that winter has delivered its fair share of unwelcome weather cross-country this season, whether in the form of plunging temperatures or white-out driving conditions.

However, the latter tends to give Canadians the most to complain about, with snow often relating to a surge in collisions, lengthy traffic, and subsequent travel delays.

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Though mild Pacific air is near in the forecast for many, winter is far from over. Here are some moments that prove if you can survive driving through a Canadian winter, you can conquer almost anything.

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<h3 style="font-size:1.16em;" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><span style="font-size:13px;"><em>Image courtesy of Constance Smith in Elmvale, Ontario.</em></span></h3> © Provided by The Weather Network

Image courtesy of Constance Smith in Elmvale, Ontario.

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