On the same day as my previous posts, I walked past the Chateau Laurier in the evening and photographed it from Plaza Bridge. It was named after the prime minister and opened in 1912.
My walk home that evening took me past Lansdowne Park, and the snow falling among the stadium lights caught my attention.
These scenes are in Little Italy the day after, outside a government complex.
Nearby, this view takes in what's pretty much the last visible trace of the same cliff that Parliament Hill is on. South of here, the rocks disappear beneath the soil.