Snowplows set to dig Winnipeg out from blast of winter
Winnipeg's snowplows will be out Saturday night to clear the recent snowfall.
Plowing begins at 7 p.m. on priority streets, and sanding trucks headed out earlier Saturday.
Sidewalks on major streets, as well as bus routes, will be plowed Sunday morning, starting at 7 a.m.
Friday night, anti-icing crews were out on bridges and underpasses.
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Winter parking bans are not in effect.
Environment Canada said Saturday afternoon that snowfall was expected to taper off from western to eastern Manitoba.