You thought a postponed Halloween was bad? Well, think twice.\nThe city of Laval has postponed Christmas in an official announcement blaming the lack of snow for the cancellation of the holiday event.\nSee the (obviously satirical, in case you were really worried) announcement below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nFor perhaps the first time in history, Laval's Christmas has been postponed due to a lack of snow. That's right - the municipal authority of the City of Laval postponed Christmas to January 25th. This decision is surprising but seeing as we're used to a white Christmas, Laval's decision makes sense.\nNo word from Mayor Valérie Plante about Christmas being cancelled in Montreal, but stay tuned. For now, let's go about our regular holiday business of being stuck in a gift wrapping queue at the Eaton Centre and rushing to buy a last-minute gift that will be sold out.\nHonestly, it might help everyone's stress levels if Christmas was postponed for one month. That way, you have one more month to put off buying a gift.\nMunicipal authorities in Laval are recommending that people should "refreeze [their] turkey, take down [their] tree, and go back to work," which might, in fact, add to people's stress.\nWhile you shouldn't refreeze a turkey, you can save your Christmas tree by planting it in your front or backyard. The more decorations on the tree, the better. Christmas may be postponed, but no one cancelled holiday cheer.\nAs for work... call in sick?\nIf one more month of listening to Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas sounds inhumane to you, we recommend that you get out of here and start a new life in Guatemala.\nIt's no wonder Laval is quickly becoming a go-to place to live.\nWith progressive ideas like postponing Christmas and getting a famous rap group to teach residents how to recycle, Laval is giving Montreal a run for its money. If Laval ever gets a metro, watch out.\n[NOËL REPORTÉ⏭] En raison du manque de neige, la Ville de Laval a pris la décision de reporter la fête de Noël au 25...Posted by Ville de Laval on Tuesday, December 24, 2019\nLaval residents are actually taking the news quite well, commenting that they are "proud" of their city and that "they finally made a good decision."\nREAD ALSO: Netflix Star & Montrealer Antoni Porowski Is Indulging In Deadly Quebec Holiday Treats\nKeep in mind that most of the commenters are adults because I'm sure kids are absolutely crushed.\nPro-tip for kids: maybe you can convince your parents to give you two rounds of gifts. Also, what are you doing reading MTL Blog on Christmas eve, kid? Go play in the sn...oh, right.\nIn anticipation of Laval residents ignoring the postponement (much like Montrealers did this Halloween), municipal authorities are still moving forward with holiday schedules for public services.\n[🚗]Durant la période des fêtes, soit les 24, 25, 26 et 31 décembre 2019 et les 1er et 2 janvier 2020 les citoyens lavallois pourront garer leur voiture des deux côtés dans les rues où le règlement du stationnement saisonnier est normalement en vigueur. https://t.co/VO8ucu9bfr— Ville de Laval (@villedelavalqc) December 20, 2019\nTranslation: During the holiday season, on December 24, 25, 26 and 31, 2019 and January 1 and 2, 2020, Laval residents will be able to park their cars on both sides of the streets where seasonal parking regulations are normally in effect.\nThose of you who are quick to blame the postponement on climate change, save it for the (postponed) Christmas dinner argument with your conservative uncle.\nIt's the Digitiser Christmas Argument Generator! pic.twitter.com/up47dleGft— Paul Rose (@mrbiffo) December 22, 2019\nYou have plenty of time to refine your key points and a whole extra month of tweets to support your argument. You got this.\nMerry April Fool's in December, everybody.