Slipping (and falling) in a Winter Wonderland

The winter season is upon us, and (not surprisingly), with this time of the year comes rapidly falling temperatures. As Canadians, we are used to this weather – but our winters can nevertheless be treacherous.  In addition to hazards caused by poor visibility and winter driving conditions on our roads, icy driveways, sidewalks and parking lots become prime spots for slip and fall injuries.
While some enjoy taking walks in a winter wonderland, the vision of residents struggling to make their way across a slippery condominium parking lot in the middle of a snowstorm is probably not what the writers of the popular song had in mind.    Read the article…………..


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