Lakes of Ontario, Canada: From Spring to Winter

Latest update September 10, 2019 Started on October 23, 2018

Canada enjoys one of the largest concentrations of fresh water in the world. In Ontario alone there are almost a quarter million lakes. Water conditions change seasonally – but how exactly does it change between open water and ice cover?

October 23, 2018
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