In the Night
and cradled us
to her belly;
of the world
shapes and dark
the lakes… 16 more words
TORONTO – You know it’s been a harsh winter when Environment Canada’s Senior Climatologist leaves the country.
After calling the ubiquitous climatologist, it was a surprise to hear this message on his voicemail: 163 more words
Watch the video above: The cold weather is helping some retail outlets. Sean O’Shea reports.
TORONTO – Remember last winter and how cold it was? How about the winter before that? 330 more words
In the briefest
moment, the quest
began, as if we
had pitched our stones
against the scree
and started something.
Triskaidekaphobics (people who are afraid of the number 13) should avert their eyes for this article. It’s issue number 13 here at On Fire and this month we will be taking a look at those who have worn the jersey of the same number during their time at the Blaze. 657 more words
Six cold weather and snow records have been crushed in Windsor this winter, with time left to break more.
We’ve already bundled up through our coldest winter in 36 years and with one snow record already smashed, the 2013-14 winter may turn out to be the snowiest ever tracked, Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips said Wednesday. 533 more words