Dim the lights: These four Ontario icons are stunning 24 hours a day, but really shine bright when the sun goes down.
The illuminated CN Tower completes the Toronto skyline, and changes colour to mark national and international occasions. Check out the full night lighting schedule here.
The silhouette of Parliament Buildings and neighbouring Chateau Laurier are iconic Canadian landmarks, and make for the perfect backdrop for a night time photo.
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Peering up the Ottawa locks of the Rideau Canal with all of the gates open and emptied for winter. Walked down the western side of the Pathway on an unusually warm January night. The low cloud cover reflected much of the city light back at the ground, illuminating the landscape. I tried to visit this spot on Thursday but a heavy snow developed before I could get here (wouldn't have been able to see anything). Luckily, I was able to squeeze in this trip moments before the rain hit. #photooftheday #MyOttawa #explorecanada #latergram
Don’t miss this natural wonder at night. Every evening beginning at dusk, the Falls are lit in the colours of the rainbow. Check out the full schedule here.
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