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The powerful fast flowing waters of Niagara Falls have provided an icy backdrop for tourists and photographers. Parts of Ontario are under an extreme cold weather warning with temperatures hovering around-29 degrees with windchills.

Pieces of ice flow over the Canadian 'Horseshoe' Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Niagara Falls State Park visitors look over masses of ice formed around the American Falls, photographed from across the Niagara River in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Masses of ice formed in the lower Niagara River and around the American Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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A man photographs ice masses formed around the American Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Visitors Rosalie Vissers, left, and Rachel Houter take a photo near masses of ice formed around the Canadian 'Horseshoe' Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.,Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Visitors look over masses of ice formed around the Canadian 'Horseshoe' Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.,Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Masses of ice formed in the lower Niagara River and around the American Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Masses of ice formed in the lower Niagara River and around the American Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Masses of ice formed in the lower Niagara River and around the American Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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Masses of ice formed around the Canadian 'Horseshoe' Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont.Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press

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