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How a long, cruel, winter is driving some people into a snow rage – April 4, 2014

Many of us have lamented over the long winter we're emerging from. But residents of St. John's are suffering from snow rage. Finding a patch of clear pavement to walk on has been so difficult they're staging protests. We head to the icy streets of NFLD.

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