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Sure, the first official day of spring is still a few weeks away, but much of the country can already see the sunlight at the end of winter's tunnel. What does spring look like in your part of Canada? Share your photos and video. We'll publish our favourites online in the days ahead.



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Kelley Nicholls sent us this video: Trumpeter Swans at Springwater Provincial Park, Ontario. Mating ritual. They swim quietly to the end of the pond and then return in glory.



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