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13 Canadian Kids Who Are Winning Winter

Feb 19, 2016

Is there anything more Canadian than winter? Sure, we freeze our buns off here on the regular, but we're pros at handling even the coldest temperatures. In fact, we have no problem having fun in the snow, as long as we're bundled up!

We reached out to you to share some shots of your kids braving the frost and having a ball. And you know what? You delivered. These kids are truly winning winter!


1. "Allie Rae and Sam being pulled by their dog Dexter."

Two kids are pulled on a sled by a dog.

2. "Having a winters nap while Mommy shovels. "

A kid asleep on a sled.

3. "Going skating! Or, as Brielle calls it, playing 'hock.'"

A toddler about to go skating.

4. "No one else was at the park, so he had the chance to push the fresh snow down the slide."

A kid pushes snow down a slide.

5. "On the vintage ride!"

Two kids on a vintage snowmobile.

6. "Our 5 yr old, ice fishing with his daddy, from Paradise, NL."

A 5 year old ice fishing.

7. "We embrace winter whenever we can."

A Dad and kid sleeping on the snow.

8. "Reese and Wyatt on their pony, Gypsy."

Two kids on a pony.

9. "Cross country skiing for the first time."

A girl cross-country skis for the first time.

10. "Enjoying some hot chocolate, marshmallows and grapes in our snow fort. While watching a cartoon on the ipad. We changed up nap time that day. Jan 10th was the only snow we saw all winter and we took full advantage."

A kid watches a tablet in a snow fort.

11. "A different type of dog sledding."

A kid on a sled pulled by two dogs.

12. "We love playing and building outside!"

A boy crouches with a tiny snowman.

13. "Bobby and Nala sweep the snow while mommy shovels."

A kid shovels with his dog.

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