Toronto gets it’s first blast of winter

Every year it’s inevitable. As Canadians living in Southern Ontario, we should already have the Mukluks prepped and the winter tires on our cars and bikes come December. Yet when that first snowfall hits, so the pain of the cold and winter sets in. We continue on shoveling, riding our bikes, and going about our daily business regardless of the predicted 15-20cm blanketing the city in fluffy white flakes. So bundle up, hunker down and let the slush begin.