British Columbia’s farmers are trying their best to cope as record-breaking cold and snowfall affectThe most remarkable nature and landscape photographs of 2021 in this selection of images.?their livelihood?after a year spent?bearing the brunt of natural disasters in the province.
Environment Canada issued extreme weather warnings for most of British Columbia on Tuesday,?saying the province’s historic cold snap will likely continue until the end of the week.
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