On the last day of November, I went out across the Bronson Street Bridge over the Rideau Canal. We've been here before on more than one occasion. The Canal has been freezing over for awhile, but Dow's Lake itself takes longer. Still, the lake is indeed frozen over. Not that you want to risk walking across that yet.
Zooming in, the frost on the trees on the far shore shows itself.
On the same day, over in the Glebe, I passed by Abbotsford House, across from Lansdowne Park. The place was founded as a senior's home back in the 19th century (back then its residents were referred to as inmates). It serves some of the same purpose today, as a senior's community centre. There's a residence building on one side, and a nursing home on the other. The old fieldstone house is lovely inside, and busy through the week. On that day, it was having a Christmas bazaar through much of the day.