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8 Photos That Show How Toronto's Brutal Snowstorm Has Turned The City Into A Snow Globe

Toronto just got hit with tons of snow and it's only now just starting to let up.

But while many Torontonians were bunkered up at home, some ventured out and braved the storm.

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Lots of people were out with their shovels clearing the snow just about as fast as it was falling.

Many were out taking their dogs for a walk, a number of which seemed to really enjoy it.

It was business as usual for some, albeit with few customers.

The Zamboni was out clearing the ice rink at Nathan Phillips Square, for the few skaters not deterred by the storm.

In addition to the snowfall, heavy winds resulted in people having to hold onto the hoods of their jackets.

Some outfits stood out in the snow better than others.

Some streets felt quieter than usual, sometimes looking like a ghost town.

When life gives you a snowstorm, you make TikToks.

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