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NEWS: Iqaluit January 03, 2014 - 4:23 pm

Photo: Iqaluit wakes up from the storm

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Residents of Iqaluit woke up Jan.8 to downed power lines, debris and giant snow drifts like this photo taken in Iqaluit's Plateau neighbourhood, the morning after the centre of a violent blizzard blew through the southern Baffin region. Environment Canada recorded peak wind gusts of 135 km/h in Iqaluit Jan. 7, one of the highest sustained winds ever registered in Nunavut's capital. Weather warnings have ended in Iqaluit, although blizzard conditions continue through central Nunavut and most of the Nunavik region until Jan. 9. (PHOTO BY KENNY BELL)
Residents of Iqaluit woke up Jan.8 to downed power lines, debris and giant snow drifts like this photo taken in Iqaluit's Plateau neighbourhood, the morning after the centre of a violent blizzard blew through the southern Baffin region. Environment Canada recorded peak wind gusts of 135 km/h in Iqaluit Jan. 7, one of the highest sustained winds ever registered in Nunavut's capital. Weather warnings have ended in Iqaluit, although blizzard conditions continue through central Nunavut and most of the Nunavik region until Jan. 9. (PHOTO BY KENNY BELL)

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