VIDEO: Man in speedo skis along slushy Fernie street

It’s been a long winter in B.C.

It’s been a long, snowy winter across B.C. this year, with some places hitting nearly -50 C, and the Lower Mainland briefly shutting down for much less snow.

One man in Fernie, however, decided to take full advantage of the snow on Saturday with a little ski around town, helped by a friend with a pickup truck.

ALSO READ: 40 C in parts of B.C. amid bitter cold snap


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