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02/16/2015 03:21 EST | Updated 02/17/2015 02:59 EST

Atlantic Canada Snow Photos Show Easterners Walled In

As much as 64 centimetres of snow has fallen on some regions.

We know it's bad in Ontario with blistering windchills and major travel hurdles.

But it's pretty awful in Atlantic Canada too, where as much as 64 centimetres of snow has fallen on some regions.

Just take a look at some of the incredible photos shared on our Facebook page, and on social media, from people trapped (sometimes literally) by walls of snow.

Fredericton, N.B.:

Memramcook, N.B.:

Saint John, N.B.:

Holy snow in the back entrance! #snow #storm #saintjohn #newbrunswick #maritimes #drift #door

A photo posted by Sherry (@theermens) on

Shediac, N.B.:

Charlottetown, P.E.I.:

Dieppe, N.B..:

More P.E.I.:

East Gore, N.S.:

Lunenberg, N.S.:

More Nova Scotia:

Tunnel or walkway? #blizzard2015 #storm #novascotia #winter #weather #wintryday #colddays

A photo posted by ilonkavera (@ilonkavera) on

Newfoundland and Labrador:

Downtown snowy streets

A photo posted by taylorbartlett (@taylorbartlett) on

Fleeing the #blizzard #newfoundland #canada #bonnebay #ship #see #friggincold #trawler #winter

A photo posted by billydolphin (@billydolphin) on

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