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Crawling around in cold temperature - please identify

Crawling around in cold temperature - please identify
Notre-Dame, 20 minutes north of Moncton New Brunswick, Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada
March 26, 2013
Size: approximately 6 mm
This is a picture I took this morning of one of the many insects in our windows. They've appeared a few days ago and have been there since. Most of them are around 6 mm in length but some are a little bigger and seem to have wings I've never seen insects out this early in spring. It is only 1 Celsius (34 Farenheit), barely above freezing, and these insects are moving around on our widow panes. Can anybody identify these bugs?

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Small winter stonefly

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