March 26 blizzard

The calendar says it's spring, but the forecast says Nova Scotians will be shovelling March 26 as a large winter storm is expected to hit the province. 

Click here for a slideshow of photos from the storm and its aftermath.

March 26 blizzard
Karla Kelly

The Department of Highways plow makes its way up the Lent Road as it battles the high winds while working to keep the Weymouth and area highways cleared.

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john
- December 31, 1969
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What is the point of this article? What are you suggesting the airline should have done? this sort of thing happens ALL the time and is NOT news.

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