A vivid photographic account of the great ice storm of January 1998 that cut a swath of destruction from Eastern Ontario to the Maritimes. The scale of the destruction and its effect on people captured by various photojournalists, supplemented by extensive text, is astonishing. And it's contradictory to say so, but as destructive as it is, freezing rain also has a strangely beautiful side to it as well.
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