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VIDEO: Clearing the snow... Canadian-style

They’ve got so much of it, they tow it away. Can we have some please?


YOU MAY HAVE noticed that in Ireland we had a warm, damp Christmas.*

In Canada, they have so much snow, they’re literally carting it away in trucks. But where do they take it? Is there some kind of giant snow pile where they leave it all? Can we go sledging there?

There are more questions than answers here.

*Admittedly this may be a good thing, if the last time it snowed here is anything to go by.

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