… this (right) is what Toronto looks like. Today anyway.
Of course, it’s also what most of southern and eastern Ontario look like today. I’ve lost track of the accumulation that Environment Canada has estimated for most of us. 25 cm? 40 cm?
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WHITE CHRISTMAS TRVIA: I just discovered this week that Environment Canada actually has a definition of “White Christmas.” If there’s not at least 2 cm of snow on the ground by 7am on Christmas day, it ain’t white. Saith the guvamint weather agency.