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Where/how do you practice?

Started by GreenWolf. Last reply by Liofrun Thunorsdotter Oct 15, 2011. 4 Replies

Different people follow different paths, and have different preferences as to how things are done. As always, I am interested in your thoughts, so I have some questions for you all.  1) Where do you…Continue

Women's group?

Started by Liofrun Thunorsdotter. Last reply by Liofrun Thunorsdotter Oct 11, 2011. 8 Replies

I live in Hamilton and had lived in Newfoundland for some years and was a part of a quarterly discussion group called Women of the Wheel, for women, by women. I thought I'd start something like that…Continue

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Comment by the horned mod, crununos on April 13, 2012 at 23:07

lobo... i'm here in the southwest "corner" of canada, vancouver island, b.c., and alain has pretty much said it for this region...we do have the mildest winters within the country... plant wise, it's a zone 9b, and with this recent winter we had locally 2 snow dumps that lasted on the ground for -about- a week and a half, with a total of 3 inches the first drop, and 9 inches the second drop... we do get frosts overnight that can linger through the day for -about- 3 or 4 weeks through the season... the summers can range, depending upon the cloud cover and wind directional displacement, and can range anywhere from 10*C to 35*C or thereabouts at the peak of the summer heat... however, being on the edge of the rainforest area here, we do get a lot of precipitation and rain in the form of heavy downpour at times to drizzle and mist, again, depending on the winds and the surrounding "mountain ranges" and how the clouds curve or flow above and/or around them

Comment by Kit Manson on April 13, 2012 at 15:39

I'm from the Niagara Peninsula, almost as far south as you can go. Summers can easily hit over 40C these days.

Comment by Alain on April 13, 2012 at 11:55

Haven't read all the comments but shall add mine. As some probably have stated it depends on the location since Canada is much bigger than the USA. Southwestern BC has the mildest winters usually rain instead of snow. Quebec and Ontario usually have hot humid summers and the prairie provinces hot dry summers. In the Fraser Valley of BC where I live we sometimes get hot dry summers and other times cooler with rain from time to time. Probably the best would be to check up on the the climate in the American cities and states along the Canadian border, since it is no different. That is unless you go to the far north in Canada and I gather that is not your interest.

Comment by Lobo Di Noccento on April 13, 2012 at 2:58

what are Canada's Springs and Summers like?

Comment by Liofrun Thunorsdotter on October 19, 2011 at 21:14
The only advice I can think of is don't let yourself get caught in the hole of bureaucracy. ALWAYS keep in touch with the people you call, DO keep records of what they say and DON'T let them forget about you.
Comment by EmJ on March 23, 2011 at 11:56
Hey! I'm hailing from the GTA (though I live in Korea at the 'mo) - does anyone attend local pub moots or anything? There's also a big Pagan Fest in Barrie in June or July I think - anyone going?
Comment by Lavender on February 26, 2011 at 21:21
Hello everyone! I'm near the Waterloo region, if anyone is nearby feel free to message me
Comment by Meg D. McKay on February 20, 2011 at 19:31

Merry meet, everyone! I'm from Vancouver Island, and am looking for other local Pagans to get together with, and exchange ideas and information.

Comment by Nimya on January 24, 2011 at 16:49
Merry Meet. Is there anyone else here from Northwest Territories?
Comment by Incantis L'huayk on January 9, 2011 at 16:50
I am from the lil' island of Prince Edward! Yay, anyone else?
 

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