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Canada's worst-ever weather events

Love Exploring Logo By Rachel Truman of Love Exploring | Slide 1 of 33: Canada is known for its bone-chilling winters, but less so for raging wildfires, crippling droughts and fierce tornadoes. Nevertheless, the vast country experiences many and varied extreme weather systems. Following the catastrophic floods in November 2021 and recent record-breaking snow blizzard in Ontario, we take a look back at some of the most intense and often devastating weather events that have affected Canadians over the last century or so.

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Canada is known for its bone-chilling winters, but less so for raging wildfires, crippling droughts and fierce tornadoes. Nevertheless, the vast country experiences many and varied extreme weather systems. Following the catastrophic floods in November 2021 and recent record-breaking snow blizzard in Ontario, we take a look back at some of the most intense and often devastating weather events that have affected Canadians over the last century or so.
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