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Fountain outside Burnaby Cactus Club creates gorgeous scene

Ice spray from the fountain outside the Cactus Club at Market Crossing in Burnaby has created a beautiful winter show on nearby trees and shrubs. Cold weather broke records this week in Metro Vancouver, with the possibility of some snow by Monday, the Family Day holiday. Temperatures are expected to rise well above zero next week. - Karen Murtagh/NewsLeader
Ice spray from the fountain outside the Cactus Club at Market Crossing in Burnaby has created a beautiful winter show on nearby trees and shrubs. Cold weather broke records this week in Metro Vancouver, with the possibility of some snow by Monday, the Family Day holiday. Temperatures are expected to rise well above zero next week.
— image credit: Karen Murtagh/NewsLeader

Spray from the fountain outside the Cactus Club at Market Crossing in Burnaby has created a beautiful winter show on nearby trees and shrubs. Cold weather broke records this week in Metro Vancouver, with the possibility of some snow by Monday, the Family Day holiday.

Temperatures are expected to rise well above zero next week.

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