Photos: Vancouver digs out

Vancouverites dust off, cope with and enjoy the snow


On Tuesday night, Vancouver experienced the first major snowfall of the year. Snarling wind, gridlocked traffic, and falling trees left the city in chaos.

Langara Voice photographers fanned out across the city on Wednesday morning to document the aftermath and how the city coped.

Vancouver’s first significant snowfall of 2022 blankets the North Shore mountains as a woman makes her way around the Vancouver Christmas Market. Photo Credit: Nicholas Naylor
A toddler watches geese on the lake at Trout Lake Park. Photo Credit: River Kero
People gather near the Downtown Eastside Market after a heavy snowfall. Photo Credit: Nils Rummler
City of Vancouver workers shovel snow after the snowfall. Photo Credit: Tom Eley
A City of Vancouver worker takes a break from shovelling snow. Photo Credit: Tom Eley
A woman waits at the intersection of Columbia Street and E Hastings St. after the snowfall. Photo Credit: Nils Rummler
Roseanne Clark is originally from Montreal, so she doesn’t mind the snow. in Vancouver. Photo Credit: Seth Forward
A mechanic rolls a tire in a repair centre on SW Marine Drive. Photo Credit: Tom Eley
Staff at Aunt Leah’s Christmas Tree Lot help a customer pick out a tree. Photo Credit: Andrea Dante
Planes on the snow-covered runway at YVR. Photo Credit: Joyce Liew
International Airport check-in lline for delayed flights at YVR. Photo Credit: Rigo Bacaltos
A woman descends the stairs at Marine Drive station. Photo Credit: Tom Eley

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