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Winnipeg's winter weather woes

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Winnipeg's coldest winter in 35 years has blown more bitterly cold winds and dumped more snow on this city than many residents had ever seen before. The deep freeze isn't forecast to thaw any time soon, but to help us all more fully appreciate spring's eventual arrival, here's a look at the firm grip of winter 2014.

Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeggers hurry across Portage Avenue at Vaughan in high winds and bitterly cold temperatures Wednesday afternoon. This cold snap isn't expected to warm significantly until next week, according to Environment Canada.

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