Every Canadian has their own winter tradition.
For most it's skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, hunting or hiking, but there is another noble Canadian winter tradition we often overlook: Getting drunk in an igloo.
In the Inuit language, the word " Iglu" means a dwelling built of any material.
But whether you prefer a snow fort, a quinzee or an actual igloo, there's just nothing better than getting together with your friends building a winter shelter in your backyard.
There are many technique you can use, but none is greater than the old traditional method.
So check out this video to see how you can built yourself an real igloo using nothing but snow and a knife.