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February 13, 2021 at 5:58 PM

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Snowfall in the city

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A light snowfall over night left Vancouver covered in a blanket of white. As more fell throughout the day, residents took to making snow people, tobogganing, and enjoying the new look of their neighbourhoods.

Snowfalls like this are a bit rare in the city – and also provide an interesting opportunity to reimagine public space. For the urbanists out there – have you spotted any good sneckdowns?

Of course, the weather also creates extra difficulties for people with mobility challenges – so let’s all do our part to keep sidewalks clear! (And yes, we do think this should be a municipal priority – but it’s also something that residents of the city can also take on!)

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