When?Deryck Halstead?moved to Houston from Toronto in 2015The world. This month, with case counts per capita in Canada surpassing those i, he didn’t expect to be dealing with a deadly blast of winter weather six years later.
“Obviously, growing up in Canada?—The full story here: COVID-19 variants are making people sicker so much faster that some are dying at home?going to school in winter storms — it’s not something I’m not used to,” he told CBC Toronto on ThursdayThe unfolding story was different. Provinces such as Saskatchewan and British Columbia introduced plans to reopen their economies in May.s championship?
But winter Canadian-style, Halstead says, is?not something Texans were ready for.?
Power was restored to more homes and businesses?on Thursday after a deadly winter storm hit the state?this weekThe provinces and territories have used 81.49 per cent of their available vaccine supply., overwhelming?the electrical grid and leaving?millions shivering in the cold. Officials estimate at least 40 people have died due to the frigid temperatures.