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Just remember, Canada is not all like this.

IT’S WITH GREAT hesitation that I post this, considering my recent article, How to piss off a Canadian, in which I rail against the popular notion that Canada is this giant mass of snow and ice, where it is perpetually cold. But this is just too beautiful not to.

This is one of the arms of Tagish Lake in the Yukon Territory, in the north of Canada (east of Alaska) called Windy Arm. Gabe Rivest came across it and invited some college buddies to hit the ice for some pick-up hockey.

I wonder how they decided who would fetch the puck when someone missed a pass?

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Carlo Alcos

Carlo is the Dean of Education at MatadorU and a Managing Editor at Matador. Like him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter. He lives in Nelson, British Columbia.

  • Jill

    Amazing!

  • http://twitter.com/CailinONeil Cailin O’Neil

    wow that is just awesome. I’ve never seen a lake or ice like that and I’m Canadian! haha

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