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Amrik Biln, a truck driver from Surrey, tries to install chains on the drive wheels of his tractor trailer rig after it became stuck in snow Monday morning at the corner of Terminal Avenue and Comox Road.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Amrik Biln, a truck driver from Surrey, tries to install chains on the drive wheels of his tractor trailer rig after it became stuck in snow Monday morning at the corner of Terminal Avenue and Comox Road.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Amrik Biln, a truck driver from Surrey, tries to install chains on the drive wheels of his tractor trailer rig after it became stuck in snow Monday morning at the corner of Terminal Avenue and Comox Road.

A heavy overnight dumping of snow fouled streets and knocked out power in neighbourhoods across Nanaimo.

For weather information, please visit www.weather.gc.ca.

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