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In pictures: Snow hits Southern Ontario and moves east to Maritimes

A snow storm that began in Southern Ontario has moved east through Quebec and the Maritimes Sunday. Environment Canada has issued winter storm warnings for all of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and most of New Brunswick

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A pedestrian walks through the snow at the start of a winter storm in Halifax on Sunday, Dec.15, 2013. The region is expecting high winds and up to 30 centimetres of snow.

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An intrepid scooter operator braves a winter storm in Halifax on Sunday, Dec.15, 2013. The region is expecting high winds and up to 30 centimetres of snow.

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A man clears snow from his car during a snowstorm in Quebec City, December 15, 2013. Between 15 and 30cm of snow are expected to fall on the different regions of eastern Canada today, according to Environment Canada.

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A woman snowshoes on the Plains of Abraham during a snowstorm in Quebec City, December 15, 2013. Between 15 and 30 cm of snow are expected to fall on the different regions of eastern Canada today, according to Environment Canada.

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On Sunday morning, Hamilton residents Lee Coleman , left and Antonio medeiros, right clear their street of snow after Saturday's snow fall dumped at least 18 cm. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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A bicycle is left in the snow following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto, Sunday December 15, 2013

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A passenger pushes a car in a parking lot in Halifax on Sunday, Dec.15, 2013. The storm is expected to dump up to 30 centimetres of snow on the region.

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Runners brave a winter storm in Halifax on Sunday, Dec.15, 2013. The region is expecting high winds and up to 30 centimetres of snow.

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A woman walks down the street in bare legs following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto, Sunday December 15, 2013

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People walk through courtyard following a storm that left around 18 cm of snow in Toronto, Sunday December 15, 2013

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Fergus an eight year old lab plays in what's likely the most snow he has ever seen say his owner Duncan Alexander, as they recently moved to Hamilton from Scotland. Hamilton residents dig out from under at least 18 cm of snow Sunday morning. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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Hamilton residents on Picton Street East dig out from under at least 18 cm of snow Sunday morning. Saturday's snowfall broke the previous daily record of 9 cm in 2001.

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