At least three deaths, including one in Hamilton, are being blamed on the snow storm that swept through southern Ontario Friday.
Hamilton paramedics say an 80-year old woman died after collapsing while shovelling snow Friday morning.
Elsewhere, two men were killed in collisions, one in Pickering and the other in Prescott in eastern Ontario.
Crews continue to dig out Hamilton following the record snow fall.
Up to 35 centimetres of snow fell on parts of the city, burying the previous record for the date, 24.6-centimetres set in 1994.
But the snow could soon be washed away.
Environment Canada is calling for rain and a high of 7 degrees for Monday.