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On February 3, Regina set a North American record when temperatures reached negative 60 degrees celsius.

All highways in and out of the capital were blocked for 10 days, supplies in and out slowed, and people reportedly began travelling from their house to their shed via snow tunnel.

Twenty-five people died due to the storm and Montreal alone reportedly spent billion on cleanup. On February 11, the lake area near Prince George received a shocking 145 cm of snow, breaking the record for the largest 24 hour snowfall measured in Canada.

Toronto calls in the army (1999) Every major city seems to have its “snowstorm of the century,” and as we all know, Toronto’s resulted in then-mayor Mel Lastman infamously calling for military assistance to clear the roads.

A combination of 47 cm of snowfall and 110 km/h winds caused massive two-storey snowdrifts and left some areas without electricity for 10 days.

By using our website or by closing this message box, you agree to our use of browser capability checks, and to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. INITIAL_PROPS_HEADER = {"data":,"id":"header","context":{"nav Links Data":[,,,,,,,,,,,],"customer Nav":{"user":null,"ads":,"urls":{"login Url":"https://com/login? All airport traffic was cancelled and the mayor publicly warned everyone to stay home.Southern Alberta blizzard (1967) In late April of ’67, Alberta received a record-breaking 175 cm of snow in less than two weeks.Albertans also received a 2-week extension on their income tax deadline that year.Montreal’s “storm of the century” (1971) The snowstorm that hit Montreal on March 4, 1971 is one of the largest ever recorded.Below are 10 of the worst we’ve experienced so far.

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