Spring flowers are blooming in Vancouver while the rest of Canada freezes

Jan 25 2019, 12:30 am

Vancouver, you’ve got it good.

Spring flowers have already been blooming in the city, while the rest of the country has been experiencing a deep freeze.

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If you’ve happened to take a walk along English Bay, you’ll be able to spot daffodils in full bloom — and it’s only January.

 

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Meanwhile, this is what’s been happening in Montreal lately:

 

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Toronto isn’t looking any better:

 

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And in parts of New Brunswick, it’s so cold that people are skating on the streets:

 

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Vancouver is expected to see mild conditions for the remainder of winter. As for the rest of Canada, we recommend just staying indoors for the next few months.