Cities Put Sledding on Ice

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Photo by Ned Wiggins / Rex Features.
Photo by Ned Wiggins / Rex Features.

Tobogganing. It’s part of growing up in Canada. But some Canadian kids are missing out. Not because there’s no snow. Because their town has outlawed sledding.

No sliding allowed!

Some Canadian municipalities are posting “No Sledding” signs. Illegal sliders can face fines from $100 to $5000.


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