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Cold weather and extreme conditions await you in the western canadian coastline. Think Orcas and freezing water, endless fog but a relative unkown frontier for a handful of hearty surfers.Surfing the Eastern Canadian coastline, be sure to wear your thickest wetsuit. Want to join the polar bear club? You are in the right place. Why go? Perfect unspoiled beaches and pristine waves but still 31 degree water. The closest surfer 1,000 miles away, care to surf a near perfect coastline? Take comfort in knowing you only have Sharks, Orcas, and freezing weather to contend with. If interestred Eastern Canada might be for you.