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So long, winter

Thanks to everyone who entered our winter photo contest. Everyone who entered will receive a CBC travel mug and coffee. This is one winter we're happy to kiss goodbye.


Thanks to Wayne Gallant for this photo taken in Riverview. What a hoot!


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Ted Bartlet snapped this photo of icicles just off the ski trail in Centennial Park earlier this month. "I suspect they will be history by the time you read this," he writes.


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Thanks to this rooftop "Frosty" submission from Dana Dalrymple of Moncton.


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Julie Kean Marks took these snowy photos below from her home on Gowland Mountain near Elgin, NB.

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Frank McFarlane of Miramichi writes,"thanks for a great morning program. I drive from Miramichi to Bathurst in the morning Monday to Friday, I get to enjoy a good portion of your program every day. You were asking for odd snow formations, My photo is actually frost on the windshield of a car, This is the only time that I have seen this frost pattern. I thought you may like to see it."


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Stephen Brooks sent this photo of his daughter, Bishop Brooks.


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Last, but not least, we wanted to share this note from former CBC reporter, Jay Simpson. He writes, "as happens every so often, this morning my heart returned to Moncton and my Information Morning friends. Here's my entry into the Information Morning Winter Photo Contest, taken recently not far from where I live in Mexico City. I call it "The Cruel Heart Of January". Thanks, Jay.


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