That might actually work better than the Russian dog program. I'd suggest using goats but I believe they're considered untrainable.
it snows in the cities too.....especially ones on lakes.Buffalo new york is currently buried in snow from lake effectThe British will probably think the Canadians are used to the snow. Forgetting most of them probably come from cities.
At least they will be used to working in the cold
And that everyone uses snowshoes daily... Where I live in Wisconsin, is at nearly the same latitude as Toronto. Former co-workers from Arizona thought we drove snowmobiles the year-round....It does, but I suspect the British assume they are all expert in coping with a cold snowy wilderness.
Not much snow this year.usually it's waist deep.In fairness, Canada doesn't train its troops in the city. They'll have experience with snow that troops from the UK won't so it's not an absurd assumption, even if it's a silly stereotype (he says from Canada when there's knee-deep snow out the window).
Also Houston apparently.it snows in the cities too.....especially ones on lakes.Buffalo new york is currently buried in snow from lake effect
It does, but I suspect the British assume they are all expert in coping with a cold snowy wilderness.
SnowfallJanuary through June, September through December are months with snowfall in Narvik, Norway. In Narvik, snow falls for 14 days, with typically accumulated 301mm (11.85") of snow. In Narvik, during the entire year, snow falls for 97.8 days, and aggregates up to 2575mm (101.38") of snow.