These shots are from February, on a day when I was down by the National Arts Centre taking shots for the last update. I looked up from the Canal level to Plaza Bridge, catching this view of Parliament Hill and the National War Memorial.
The Memorial is maintained through the winter- paths are kept clear, though not all of the snow is removed. This includes wheelchair ramps that have been incorporated into the design in the decades following its unveiling. This is so that any veteran can come up to the Memorial and pay their respects, as well as anyone else. The crews handle the work pretty well during winter storms. The Memorial, with its views around of major landmarks, including the Parliamentary precinct, the NAC, and the Chateau Laurier, looks particularly pretty on winter days with blue skies. I have added this post to Tom's Tuesday Treasures.