Blizzard January 2014

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Published on January 23, 2014

Wednesday’s blizzard shut down a number of businesses and government offices across the Island. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Published on January 23, 2014

 

Wednesday’s blizzard shut down a number of businesses and government offices across the Island. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Published on January 23, 2014

Harry Ni, Charlottetown, shovels the snow from his driveway after Wednesday’s blizzard. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Published on January 23, 2014

Wednesday’s blizzard shut down a number of businesses and government offices across the Island. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Published on January 23, 2014

 

 

Malcolm Lodge, Charlottetown, clears his sidewalk after Wednesday’s blizzard. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Published on January 23, 2014

 

Wednesday’s blizzard shut down a number of businesses and government offices across the Island. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Published on January 23, 2014

 

Dianne Pye, and Elaine Burkholder, enjoy a cool crisp day taking a run around Victoria Park after Wednesday’s blizzard. Both are regular runners.

Published on January 23, 2014

Wednesday’s blizzard shut down a number of businesses and government offices across the Island. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 centimeters of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

Wednesday’s blizzard shut down a number of businesses and government offices across the Island. After the gusts up to 82 kilometers per hour, and 27 cm of snow, people are trying to get things back to normal.

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