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Residents of St. John's, Newfoundland dig out Sunday after a major snowstorm hit them on the weekend. Many are also without power in parts of Newfoundland.

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The Terry Fox memorial statue is surrounded by snow after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L.

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A man walks down a snow-covered road after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L.

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Cars are buried in snow as residents shovel out after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L.

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Cars are buried in snow as residents shovel out after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L

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A man shovels out after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L.

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A man walks down a snow-covered road after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L.

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Cars are buried in snow as residents shovel out after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L

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Residents take a break from shovelling snow after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L.,

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An overall view of the city after a winter storm hit St.John's. N.L

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