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When temperatures plummet these Toronto Island residents lace up their skates and glide across Lake Ontario

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© Lindsay DeDario/Reuters ONTARIO, CANADA A partially frozen American Falls in subfreezing temperatures on Feb. 17 2015 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

from the Guardian

Niagara Falls freezes over as polar vortex drops temperatures – pictures

Masses of ice form on Thursday in the lower Niagara River and around the American Falls, one of three waterfalls that make up the natural attraction

from Getty Images

Anadolu Agency January Bucket

A view of the Niagara Falls frozen over due to the extreme cold weather, Ontario, Canada, January 9, 2014. The Polar Vortex brought record cold temperatures to United States and Canada.

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from About.com Travel

When temperatures dip, Canadians find some pretty cool places to skate.

When temperatures dip, Canadians find some pretty cool places to skate.: The Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario

A group of stand-up paddle boarders enjoy the warm temperatures on Lake Ontario near the Beach neighborhood in Toronto, Ontario. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)

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from BuzzFeed

74 Of The Most Amazing News Photos Of 2014

A view of Niagara Falls frozen over due to the extreme cold weather, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 9. The Polar Vortex brought record cold temperatures to United States and Canada. Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

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from National Geographic

Outdoor Scenes - Week 5 Gallery - Traveler Photo Contest 2013

Tree of Ice Photo and caption by charles corbin Taken on the shores of Lake Ontario , Whitby , Canada . A fallen tree stretches out into the lake and as a combination of ice cold water and freezing temperatures hit the tree its freezes on contact and in time creates some beautiful ice structures Location: Whitby , Ontario , Canada

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from CBC News

Sorry Ontario and Quebec. More cool weather coming your way in July

Although Environment Canada earlier this month had forecast warmer than average temperatures across most the country, they are now expecting cooler temperatures in Ontario and Quebec.

The sun reflects off ice formations on the Lake Ontario shoreline at Len Ford Park, Etobicoke as temperatures drop, January 23, 2014.

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