Ontario Just Got Buried In A Blanket Of Snow & Ice But The Views Are Spectacular (VIDEOS)

It's a winter wonderland out there. ❄️
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Ontario Just Got Buried In A Blanket Of Snow & Ice But The Views Are Spectacular (VIDEOS)

There are no signs of spring just yet as another blast of winter rages through the province. 

The Ontario snow storm has transformed cities and towns into glistening white wonderlands.

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Photos and videos of the storm show lakes, shorelines, and other areas coated in a shimmering layer of ice and snow.

Large chunks of ice float on frigid waters, adding some extra beauty to the Lake Ontario waterfront.

Niagara looks like a whole other world as icicles hang beside the frosty falls.

Ice formations run along shorelines, transforming beaches into glimmering paradises.

In some places, ice has covered trees, making them look like strange sculptures.

The cold weather did not stop some people from getting out and enjoying the snowy views.

You might find some Frozen-worthy scenery just by looking out your window.

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