Spring is still on hold in Saskatoon after another dose of snow Thursday. 

The city saw flurries for most of the day. 

Saskatchewan woke up to a thick blanket of snow on Tuesday, just days after the start of spring.

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A pair of geese were looking for food under this morning's snowfall. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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Some were disappointed, but most people made the best of a snow-covered day in Saskatoon this morning. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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A snowy park bench sits empty in Saskatoon. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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Kinsmen Park in Saskatoon has a new coat of snow. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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This plow was busy making the rounds on a snowy day in downtown Saskatoon. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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Outside the Delta Bessborough, it doesn't look like spring is here. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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Walkers and joggers didn't let a snowy day get in their way this morning.

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Looking east from the Broadway Bridge in Saskatoon, it was overcast on Thursday. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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Here's a view of Spadina Crescent from the Traffic Bridge. (James Hopkin/CBC)

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Undeterred by the snowfall, people were walking across the Traffic Bridge this morning. (James Hopkin/CBC)