You have been sending us pictures of the winter storms hitting Canada. Captain Roger Haggar of Deep Cove, North Vancouver, says they are definitely not used to all this snow!
This magical scene was taken by Madison Sim, who has been trapped in her house because the roads have been too dangerous.
Lorne Thompson sent this picture of Grey Partridge trying to keep warm in his backyard in Calgary, Alberta.
Peggy Vandam of Mill Bay, Vancouver Island, says she is enjoying the glorious winter weather, with more snow on the way!
Rami Saab: "I took this photo in my backyard in Belleville, Ontario; a city which has been hit by two storms in three days".
A white Christmas for Carolyn Bourcier and friends in Vancouver.
This much snow on the coast of Vancouver Island in December is almost unheard of, says Sally Morten of Lantzville.
Maryanne Lewell sent this picture of her friend Regan's husband Denis digging out their 4x4 truck, stuck in Fredericton, New Brunswick, this morning as they drove in to work.
Normally known as the warmest part of Canada, this snowy scene was snapped by Nick Woodis, of Cordova Bay, a community 10km north of downtown Victoria, on Vancouver Island.
Steve Joicey of Prince Edward Island, off the coast of Nova Scotia, sent this picture of his Christmas wreath, looking a lot more festive for all the extra snow.
Henriette Goode took this picture of her husband Robert attempting to clear their drive in Okanagan, British Columbia, yesterday.
Zornitsa Staneva captured this festive scene in Prince Arthur Street near the intersection with St-Laurent boulevard in Montreal, Quebec.
Tony Baker took this picture on Monday morning in "a usually balmy" Victoria, British Columbia.
This was the scene yesterday morning in Peter Arth's backyard, in the High Park area of Toronto.
Despite the plummeting temperatures, Sunday 21 December was officially the first day of winter. Fay Brewster took this picture of a dog walker in Kitsilano, British Columbia.
Adrian Parsons, of White Rock, British Columbia, took this picture of his deck on Monday afternoon.
Kerri Henman of Toronto says the term "snowmageddon" is catching on with residents to describe the storms.
Martin Mallinson took this picture of his wife clearing a path through the snow this morning in Kelowna, Canada.
Will Griffiths, a Briton abroad, took this picture during a lapse in the storm in Waterloo, Ontario.