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In Pictures: Eastern Canada hit by first snowstorm of the season

Residents of London, Toronto and Ottawa awake to a winter wonderland

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Pedestrians make their way down an Ottawa street after the first major snowstorm Nov. 27, 2013 in Ottawa. The city received more than 20cm of snow.

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A cyclist is not deterred by the season’s first snowfall in Ottawa.

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Lia Codrington (L) and Michal Leckie ski down an Ottawa street after the season’s first major snowstorm.

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With his home on a corner lot, Gordon Isbister had to shovel close to 200 feet of sidewalk on Nov. 27, 2013. Toronto residents woke up to several centimetres of heavy wet snow but the city was spared the heavy snowfall that fell on eastern Ontario overnight.

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The snow-covered trees along Manor Rd. East in Toronto create a postcard scene on Nov. 27 2013.

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A pedestrian makes her way along Manor Rd East in Toronto.

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A Manor Road East resident shovels the snow that fell on Toronto overnight.

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