Is Winnipeg failing as a winter city?

From near-constant watermain breaks to roads that resemble the surface of the moon, Winnipeggers have dealt with a deluge of winter-related issues lately.

As winter-related problems prevail, some wonder if Winnipeg is really cut out for the bad weather

From water main breaks and snow-rutted roads to cancelled flights and frozen parking meters, is Winnipeg failing as a resilient winter city? 2:19

From near-constant watermain breaks to roads that resemble the surface of the moon, Winnipeggers have dealt with a deluge of winter-related issues lately.

Parking meters froze, flights were delayed and cancelled altogether, garbage pickup was delayed, sidewalks were completely blocked with ice and snow, and car crashes dotted dozens of streets.

The litany of issues prompted CBC reporter Jill Coubrough to hit the streets and ask, "Are we failing as a winter city?"

Watch her report and find out what Winnipeggers, including Mayor Sam Katz and Coun. Brian Mayes, had to say.

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