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Old Posted Oct 4, 2018, 6:39 PM
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Originally Posted by PEI highway guy View Post
The lack of daylight in winter may be a deterrent for some even if the climate did warm up significantly. Summer would be awesome, warm temps and constant daylight.
You probably would see quite a lot of part-time residents who become snowbirds. Though to what extent that would change with a warming climate is out there.

If the winter temperatures of the biggest Canadian cities (which aside from Winnipeg and the Albertan cities, aren't even all that much colder than northern US cities like Chicago, Minneapolis or Seattle) make a significant number of people take long vacations, how big would the snowbird population be in this world?
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