As Snowfall Records are Set, Ferry Gets Stuck in Sea Ice Off Nova Scotia

While the all-time snowfall record in Boston may have received most of the media attention in the U.S., Canada has had its fair share of unusually severe winter weather this season as well in Nova Scotia,
Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland have been slammed by recurring severe winter storms, producing a broad area of sea ice cover and mountainous snowbanks along the streets of cities such as Charlottetown and Saint John.
A Marine Atlantic passenger ferry with 190 people aboard was stuck in pack ice off Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, on Tuesday, with Canadian Coast Guard ships trying to free the vessel.



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