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Vancouver in snow

Over the weekend, the snow fell heavily in Vancouver. Up at Queen Elizabeth Park, as much as 10 cm fell, covering the trees and grounds with a thick, heavy blanket of wet snow. Many of the trees that still have their leaves on them were bent over with the weight of the sticky snow.

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