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A Winter Hater’s Guide to Loving Winter: how to survive the season in style

A Winter Hater's Guide to Loving Winter: how to survive the season in style

The Winter Hater's Guide To Loving Winter

This is the era of the polar vortex. Winters are colder, storms are icier and the frost sticks around till May. You could hibernate for six months. Or move. Or stop whining and fall in love with winter in the city. There are dozens of ways to outfox, and even take pleasure in, the cold. Like getting drunk in a yurt, for instance. That, and 14 other secrets to having a ­deliriously happy winter, in the pages that follow.

Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter
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