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The Most Canadian Groom Ever Left His Wedding To Plow Out His Guests In A Snow Storm

That name again is Mr. Plow.

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Jeremy Landry and Sarah Isherwood had a snow-filled wedding in Nova Scotia. The weather made their photos look lovely, but by about 9:30 p.m. that night their guests' cars were snowed in.

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"My father-in-law came in and said I should go out and have a look," Landry told BuzzFeed Canada. "When I went outside I realized how much snow had fallen." It was up to his knees.

Staff at the reception hall told everyone they were welcome to spend the night there if they couldn't get out. But Landry wasn't going to have their guests sleeping on mats, and he figured most people would end up trying to leave anyway."Me and my father-in-law decided to return to my house and get my plow truck," he said.
Jeremy Landry

Staff at the reception hall told everyone they were welcome to spend the night there if they couldn't get out. But Landry wasn't going to have their guests sleeping on mats, and he figured most people would end up trying to leave anyway.

"Me and my father-in-law decided to return to my house and get my plow truck," he said.

Yes, Landry left his own wedding reception to plow out his guests.

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Landry works full-time as a mechanic, and he does some plowing on the side. Here he is with his new wife after he changed out of his wedding suit and got down to plowing.

He spent hours plowing the parking lot and road, digging out cars, and driving people to their hotel."I returned home to my new wife around 4:30 a.m.," he said.
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He spent hours plowing the parking lot and road, digging out cars, and driving people to their hotel.

"I returned home to my new wife around 4:30 a.m.," he said.

"The thing I can say about the night is that it's me, it's what I would have been doing if it wasn't my wedding night," Landry said. "This is an amazing story that I guarantee we will never forget."

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