It's been raining in Toronto for some reason during winter, so this has caused an inexplicable ice storm.
Randomly selected local resident, retired insurance salesman reports "I ain't seen nothing like this in 40 years".
Which had made the trees so covered in ice/heavy that they collapsed onto things such as cars:
killing the power-grid in many parts of the city, leaving about 300'000 homes without electricity/heat:
So, hooray for having no electricity, hot water and streetlights.
Also you can't mail for help because the local post office is also shut down. Yay.
The only local bastion of food that remains in our sector (as a shining beacon in the gloomy darkness) is the Montana's cookhouse:
After eating there for 2 days straight we've decided to drive 400 km south-west and leave Toronto to its traffic-light-less doom.
Someday (Dec 30th) we might come back home, but until then we wish our friends in the city to survive without a post-office and not turn the city into some sort of zombie-filled dystopia, led by our crack-smoking Mayor.
No wait... that already happened: