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Deep freeze in Winnipeg

A pedestrian walks along Broadway, Saturday, December 28, 2013.
Brett Hudson, Mark Reed, and Mitch Decaire of Sue's Socceroos and Mara's Mountaineers play some soccer in the snow at their annual Snow Bowl at LaVerendrye School Saturday, December 28.
Sheldon Reynolds frosts up during his two-hour run at Kildonan Park on Dec. 29.
Frigid morning temperatures had pedestrians bundled up on Portage Ave.
The cold also caused collateral damage, leaving car parts  and infrastructure damage at various intersections around the city including this fire hydrant on Arlington St. at Burrows Avenue on Jan. 2.
Downtown Winnipeg appeared almost deserted as many took a few days off after New Year's.
Vehicle stuck in ice after major water main break on New Year's Eve day on Jefferson.
Snow plowing operations have finally begun to clear and scrape hard packed streets from the last snowfall.
A pedestrian walks along Broadway, Saturday, December 28, 2013. -
Brett Hudson, Mark Reed, and Mitch Decaire of Sue's Socceroos and Mara's Mountaineers play some soccer in the snow at their annual Snow Bowl at LaVerendrye School Saturday, December 28. - Winnipeg Free Press
Sheldon Reynolds frosts up during his two-hour run at Kildonan Park on Dec. 29. - Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press
Frigid morning temperatures had pedestrians bundled up on Portage Ave. -
The cold also caused collateral damage, leaving car parts and infrastructure damage at various intersections around the city including this fire hydrant on Arlington St. at Burrows Avenue on Jan. 2. -
Downtown Winnipeg appeared almost deserted as many took a few days off after New Year's. -
Vehicle stuck in ice after major water main break on New Year's Eve day on Jefferson. -
Snow plowing operations have finally begun to clear and scrape hard packed streets from the last snowfall. -

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