Most Canadians across the country spend the winter commiserating about subzero temperatures, biting windchill and insane amounts of snow... aside from the West coast, of course.\nBut not all cities face the same struggles. And Toronto's most recent storm has people in Montreal cracking up at what Torontonians see to be a serious overreaction.\nREAD ALSO: WOW Air Is Giving Away Free Flights From Canada To Iceland For Valentine's Day 2019 If Your Name Is Valentin/Valentine\nTL;DR While Montrealers revelled in the snowfall last week (as seen in many videos below), Torontonians have been freaking out over their storm today. And it seems that people in Montreal are starting to think it's pretty hilarious. Most of these Tweets are from the last week, when both cities experienced pretty heavy snowfall. A few Tweets from winters past, however, demonstrate that this is an ongoing rivalry.\nWinnipeg obviously wins for the coldest place on earth on a regular basis... and the windchill in Toronto can be terrible when it's coming off the lake.\nSo that leaves the snow to Montreal. We get a lot and instead of getting annoyed, we get into it, as seen by the tweets and videos below.\nWhile Torontonians were losing their cool today due the all the snow, people in Montreal couldn't help but roll their eyes..\nAnd as many of these Tweets from over the years show, this is a perennial situation — Torontonians freaking out about a minor storm and Montrealers laughing at their misery.\nToronto reacts to a snow storm and people from Winnipeg and Montreal just gotta chime in, like we get it you live in hell chill\n— Tiana Osborne (@97tiana) January 29, 2019\nIt could be in part because we had our own insane storm just last week, and most people handled it really well.\nIn fact, Montreal seems to come to life in a stormstorm.\nThe difference between Toronto drivers and Montreal drivers in the snow:Toronto driver: "Oops!, it's a bit greasy here!"Montreal driver: "YEE HAH! LET'S MAKE SOME DONUTS AND SOME ONE EIGHTIES TABARNAK!" 🤣\n— François Caron 🇨🇦 (@Milnoc) January 20, 2019\n#Toronto under a special weather statement, cancellations, armageddon. Uhm, because it's sunny out? #onstorm So embarrassed. Had 20cm of snow fall while making my ☕ in #Montreal and no warnings. pic.twitter.com/a2CuCf8UWf\n— Mike (@RLPMike) January 28, 2019\nNot only do we revel in mass amounts of snow, but we also don't have very high expectations for any of our public services.\nSo when the plows don't show up, most people aren't very phased.\nMan on Church St looking at snow & yelling into phone “this is Toronto not Montreal!”\n— Shawn Micallef (@shawnmicallef) January 30, 2018\nHopefully so. It's terrible how the traffic just falls apart at the sign of any snow in Toronto. We need some of those fearless Montreal cabbies here, show them how it's done! Isn't that right @AlloccaMirella pic.twitter.com/CNpxNJWHxO\n— 😴 Tired Dog Mom (@simplylou58) January 27, 2019\nIt helps, too, that snow tires are mandated by law here.\nSo there's no getting out of making sure your car is equipped and ready for even the slightest snowfalls.\nView this post on Instagram Parking in Montreal be like... 😥 Video submitted to us by @navjotsinghsimplay A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 29, 2019 at 12:21pm PST\nWow Toronto...3cm...be safe...don’t get any snow on your jean bottoms. Stay in the basement and stay off the phones. #snowstorm #montreal #Toronto #WinterStorm #snowto\n— RB (@YULAOG) January 20, 2019\nAnd it's not like Toronto didn't get any snow — it was a record snowfall for them.\nOver 24 cms of snow in as many hours... even as a Montrealer, that's pretty impressive.\nView this post on Instagram Spotted in Montreal's Hampstead... Video submitted to us by @prowheelrepair A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 29, 2019 at 8:17am PST\nSo this is the "snowstorm" almost everyone is freaking out over. It's freezing out at -18. Just dress warmly and you'll be fine. The snow isn't that bad but I'm from Montreal. @ Toronto,… https://t.co/rptCrilrGj\n— AMINA BHIMLA (@AMINABHIMLA) January 20, 2019\nThough we're about to receive our share of the storm this evening, so tomorrow morning is guaranteed to be interesting.\nI'm assuming Montrealers will respond in fashion, though, as many of these videos show — the snow really doesn't scare us.\nView this post on Instagram ONLY in Montreal... 😂🤣😅 *Hot water vs. frozen in ice puddle tire Video by @mpersj & @itstrudys A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 26, 2019 at 4:05pm PST\nI shoveled 43 cm of snow TWICE in #Montreal so if any wuss in #Toronto tells me about their "vicious storm" they're getting a sand job.\n— Ali Hassan (@StandUpAli) December 29, 2012\nIf anything the snow provides and opportunity to get crazy, dive in and act like a child.\nOr otherwise, stay in, snuggle up under some covers and pick your next binge on Netflfix.\nView this post on Instagram Meanwhile in Laval... 🤣 Video submitted to us by @chris7pimentel A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 25, 2019 at 2:55pm PST\nMontréal-born spouse calls Toronto 'wimps', charges boldly out on day when city is in semi-panic. Yes, snowing, yes wimps. Yes, snow tires.\n— Guy Gavriel Kay (@guygavrielkay) February 8, 2013\nThe snow also brings out the creative side in us. The problem solving side.\nAlso the "screw it I'm going to skate in the street" side.\nAnd that side is a beautiful thing.\nView this post on Instagram Totally normal. Skating in your driveway 🤣. Welcome. To. Montreal Video submitted to us by @mrsnewmommtl A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 25, 2019 at 4:39am PST\nWhile Toronto struggles in snow. Ottawa and Montreal call today monday.\n— judy (@judy416) February 2, 2015\nSo, if anything, Montrealers should take it easy on Torontonians today.\nInstead, invite them to see the snow the way we do: as an opportunity, not an obstacle.\nView this post on Instagram Meanwhile in Montreal's Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie... Video submitted to us by @sourivonghelene A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 21, 2019 at 5:18pm PST\n20 cm snow hits Toronto they call it a storm and freak out, 20 cm snow in Montreal is just another day in spring.\n— Ghéz (@GhezzGhezz) January 29, 2019\nHopefully, our Torontonian brothers are doing okay over there.\nWe know they can get easily overwhelmed with the snow and the lack of sidewalk plows (a story for another day), so all we can do is set a good example and hope they figure it out.\nView this post on Instagram Meanwhile in #Montreal... 😅 Video submitted to us by @juliewiener_ & @emzlevy A post shared by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Jan 21, 2019 at 5:44am PST\nHey #Toronto, just pretend you are in #Ottawa or #Montreal today. #snow\n— Marjorie Malpass (@MsMalpass) January 28, 2019\nThey'll be okay...\nThe question is, what is Montreal going to look like tomorrow?\n@mtlblogembedded via\nSo this is the "snowstorm" almost everyone is freaking out over. It's freezing out at -18. Just dress warmly and you'll be fine. The snow isn't that bad but I'm from Montreal. @ Toronto,… https://t.co/rptCrilrGj\n— AMINA BHIMLA (@AMINABHIMLA) January 20, 2019\nStay tuned for updates on Montreal's weather situation.\nAnd if you know a Torontonian, invite them to spend the weekend in Montreal this winter so you can show them how we handle things over here.