On December 20, 2013, southern Ontario was hit with an ice storm followed by a deep freeze. Over an inch of ice accumulated in some places, breaking branches and cutting off power to many houses. In the deep freeze that followed, hydro crews worked in -30° temperatures to reconnect electricity, but many households were without power for a week.
I was lucky. My neighbourhood has underground power lines, and while it was dangerously slippery we could actually enjoy the beauty of the storm and its aftermath.
This short 14-page book contains photographs and interactive panoramas showing the beauty of the ice storm.