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Canada in general will fare well during and after the coming pole shift due to its low population density, hardy folk used to scratching out a living in a relatively inhospitable near-polar climate, general proximity toward the center of a large crustal plate. As a result of the pole shift, Canadians will find themselves in a warmer climate, and for western Canada, a climate with an almost imperceptible winter - brief and mild. Where subducting plates can cause the mountains along the western coast to be the source of hot earth during the hour of the shift, those west of the continental divide will find this not a problem. Calgary, Alberta will therefore be a city that need not worry about hot earth or inundation due to rising water from the melted poles, although earthquakes and high winds are experienced world wide and firestorms should always be guarded against.