August 2, 2015


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Ice storm, heavy snow hits Eastern Canada

Free firewood is offered up by a roadside in Oakville, Ont., Wednesday, Dec.25, 2013. The branches fell from trees damaged during last weekend's ice storm.
A hydro crew from London, Ont. works to remove fallen branches from a power line at a house in Oakville, Ont., Tuesday.
A man steps over downed power lines near Dufferin Grove Park in Toronto on Sunday.
An Air Canada jet is de-iced at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax on Sunday. Much of Eastern Canada has been affected by the adverse weather, with rain, freezing rain and snow disrupting Christmas travel.
People clear snow from around their cars on a street in Montreal on Sunday.
A man walks by trees heavy with ice in Kingston Ont., on Sunday.
A vehicle that was smashed by a falling tree bow near Dufferin Grove Park is covered in ice in Toronto on Sunday.
John Szacs scrapes the ice off his car near Dufferin Grove Park in Toronto on Sunday.
A power line lies tangled in a broken tree branch on a residential street in Toronto on Sunday.
Icicles hang from a downed power line on a residential street in Toronto Sunday. Over 250,000 people face up to 72 hours without electricity after a heavy storm.
An ice-covered statue of Al Waxman is seen in Toronto's Kensington Market Sunday.
A downed power line is tangled up with a fallen branch near Toronto's Trinity Bellwoods Park Sunday.
Pedestrians navigate a closed-off Soudan Ave. in Toronto after an ice storm caused havoc, knocking down trees and power lines in much of the city on Sunday.
A pedestrian ducks under a frozen tree on S. Clair Ave. in Toronto after an ice storm caused havoc and cut power to much of the city on Sunday.
Ice is seen on tree branches in Toronto Sunday.
Ice-covered tree limbs block a road in northern Toronto Sunday.
Free firewood is offered up by a roadside in Oakville, Ont., Wednesday, Dec.25, 2013. The branches fell from trees damaged during last weekend's ice storm. - The Canadian Press
A hydro crew from London, Ont. works to remove fallen branches from a power line at a house in Oakville, Ont., Tuesday. - The Canadian Press
A man steps over downed power lines near Dufferin Grove Park in Toronto on Sunday. - Ian Willms / The Canadian Press
An Air Canada jet is de-iced at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax on Sunday. Much of Eastern Canada has been affected by the adverse weather, with rain, freezing rain and snow disrupting Christmas travel. - Andrew Vaughan / The Canadian Press
People clear snow from around their cars on a street in Montreal on Sunday. - Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press
A man walks by trees heavy with ice in Kingston Ont., on Sunday. - Lars Hagberg / The Canadian Press
A vehicle that was smashed by a falling tree bow near Dufferin Grove Park is covered in ice in Toronto on Sunday. - Ian Willms / The Canadian Press
John Szacs scrapes the ice off his car near Dufferin Grove Park in Toronto on Sunday. - Ian Willms / The Canadian Press
A power line lies tangled in a broken tree branch on a residential street in Toronto on Sunday. - Chris Young / The Canadian Press
Icicles hang from a downed power line on a residential street in Toronto Sunday. Over 250,000 people face up to 72 hours without electricity after a heavy storm. - Chris Young / The Canadian Press
An ice-covered statue of Al Waxman is seen in Toronto's Kensington Market Sunday. - Ian Willms / The Canadian Press
A downed power line is tangled up with a fallen branch near Toronto's Trinity Bellwoods Park Sunday. - Ian Willms / The Canadian Press
Pedestrians navigate a closed-off Soudan Ave. in Toronto after an ice storm caused havoc, knocking down trees and power lines in much of the city on Sunday. - Aaron Vincent Elkaim / The Canadian Press
A pedestrian ducks under a frozen tree on S. Clair Ave. in Toronto after an ice storm caused havoc and cut power to much of the city on Sunday. - Aaron Vincent Elkaim / The Canadian Press
Ice is seen on tree branches in Toronto Sunday. - Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press
Ice-covered tree limbs block a road in northern Toronto Sunday. - Spiro Ilo / The Canadian Press

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