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The Calgary (and area) deep freeze in photos

The entire province of Alberta is under an extreme cold warning so we asked to see your cold Calgary photos —and you delivered. Here is a dusting of what you shared.

Here’s a roundup of photos you sent in showing how you manage the weather

Once again, the entire province of Alberta is under an extreme cold warning — with forecasts in both Calgary and Edmonton calling for a high of –28 C on Tuesday and wind chills that will make it feel like it's colder than –40 C.

So we asked to see your cold Calgary photos —and you delivered. Here is a dusting of what you shared with CBC Calgary:

Maybe she's born with it. Snow-coat provides wintry mascara. (Submitted by Leigh-Anne Webster @CAN80N)
This is Panque, our rescue pup from Mexico. He lives in Banff and our rule is boots on at –15c or colder. This pic is on Monday, a –28 day. (Submitted by Susan Kennard @sdkennard)
We really wanted to get out of the house, so we went walking on the indoor track. It’s still cold, it’s inside our skating rink in Sylvan Lake. (Submitted by Miranda Shillington)
Maggie and Autumn, our dogs, love their coats and tolerate the boots! (Submitted by Sandra Jenkins)
Kids getting ready for the trip to school. (Submitted by Danilo Terra)
Can’t feel the cold but my glasses fog up! (Submitted by Stephanie Chan @StephanieChan)
Submitted without comment. (Submitted by Celine Gibbs @Linskie)
Out for a 5-km run in the #crowsnestpass. (Submitted by Following Paul @paulpichurski)
Lucy is ready to head out for her walk — the downside to bundling her up like this is she wants to stay out longer. Yikes! And, yes, that’s a stink-eye look. She’s not happy. (Submitted by Judy Boyes)
Calgary's skyline on a cold day. (Submitted by Leslie Kramer)

Got a great shot of your outdoor adventures? Send them to calgaryphotos@cbc.ca or tag us in your photo on Instagram.

With files from the Calgary Eyeopener and Sarah Rieger

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