The record-breaking blizzard that slammed the northeastern United States moved into Atlantic Canada on Saturday.
The storm brought whiteout conditions to New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
Stretching from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Coast, the mammoth stormed dumped more than three feet of snow in places, cutting power to at least 700,000 homes and businesses in North America.
At least half a dozen deaths were also attributed to the blizzard.
Meteorologists said the storm was expected to dissipate as it moved from west to east.
Blizzard slams Atlantic Canada (0:47)
Feb. 10 - The blizzard that wreaked havoc in the northern United States moves into Atlantic Canada. Travis Brecher reports. ( Transcript )