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“It?is unusually cold — even for the Prairies,” said David Baggaley, a meteorologist with Environment Canada. “ToThe province develops guidance based on previous steps.?be this cold for this long, it’s quite an event.
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He couldn’t immediately confirm if any records were being broken.