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Yep, that reminds me of southern Ontario. Often, it was 2 days and sometimes 3 before our street would get plowed.

Back here in NB, our streets get plowed several times a day during a storm. They have even cleaned out the end of my driveway for me.
 

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Kingston is probably the slip and fall capital of Canada. In the 3 years that I was there the streets around Queen's were never plowed; they just waited for it to melt when the winter was over.
 

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Kingston is probably the slip and fall capital of Canada. In the 3 years that I was there the streets around Queen's were never plowed; they just waited for it to melt when the winter was over.
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Yep, that reminds me of southern Ontario. Often, it was 2 days and sometimes 3 before our street would get plowed.

Back here in NB, our streets get plowed several times a day during a storm. They have even cleaned out the end of my driveway for me.
We feel lucky if we see the plow more than once a week here.
 

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You should come to Calgary. Residential streets get plowed approximately zero time a year. This was today, snowed last Wednseday.

 

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You should come to Calgary. Residential streets get plowed approximately zero time a year. This was today, snowed last Wednseday.

I guess they figure the chinooks take care of it?
 

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