This large ice sculpture was erected in Confederation Park as a nod to the country's anniversary year.
While I was in the park, I heard the sound of drums, and caught a number of drummers on their way out.
These stilt walkers were also in the park.
Nearby were a pair of large ice sculptures, the first being a polar bear.
The second took a team of carvers several days to set up, and features a map of Canada carved into a wall of ice, with the bow of a boat protuding out. The display before it features details on a voyage being made this summer that will start in Toronto at the beginning of June, go up the east coast, through the Northwest Passage, and come around Alaska and down the west coast to Victoria by the end of October. Full details on this coast to coast to coast journey can be found at their website.
Here's something more suited for tomorrow, though tomorrow's post has enough pics. In late January I showed you the front window at the shop Boogie & Birdie, decorated for winter. It's been switched over to more of a Valentine's Day theme.