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Aurora borealis makes rare appearance in the Maritimes

The northern lights are seen in New Victoria, N.S. (Courtesy: Tanya Sheppard) The northern lights are seen in New Victoria, N.S. (Courtesy: Tanya Sheppard)
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Maritimers had a rare treat over the weekend. The northern lights were seen across most of the region due to increased solar activity.

Click here for a collection of photos submitted by viewers of the Aurora Borealis across the Maritimes.

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