This winter, Calgarians are attempting to deal with an overwhelming amount of snowfall. According to Environment Canada, the city fell under 52.4 cm of snow in Dec. 2013 alone, breaking a 112-year record.

However, despite the cold and burial of cars along city streets, the residents of Calgary continue with their daily routines and snow-filled fun. Calgary Journal reporters photographed both young and old enjoying the winter wonderland.

Written by Larissa Pinhal

Published February 6, 2014


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Kenyon McNulty, an employee of Tru-Craft Roofing was hard at work fixing the roof of an underground parkade during the snowstorm on Jan. 13. Photo courtesy of Anna Brooks/Calgary Journal