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Canada, the second-largest country in the world after Russia, in terms of landmass, is fringed with temperamental and isolated surf spots on both the Atlantic and the Pacific, as well as dozens of freshwater breaks in the Great Lakes. Air temperatures along the Canadian east coast and around the Great Lakes drop to 30 degrees below zero during winter and can exceed 70 in summer; water temperatur...

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