Montreal's Very-First Snow Of The Winter (24 Photos)

The city turned into a magical, beautiful landscape.

Well, guys, we did it. We made it through most of 2016. We braved the harsh February-March weather. We lived it TF up in the summer. We soaked in the beauty of the fall.

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And now, here we are, going through the very first actual snowfall. Although not all of us love the snow (and that's cool!) I don't think you can deny that it makes for some pretty glorious photos.

The city is seriously stunning - and snowy - from this angle.

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Holiday decorations + snow = one seriously good time.

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Notice how cute the snowy lawn furniture is in the corner.

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Montreal's outdoor staircases x snow.

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Look at this cute little snow pup!

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Fall and winter rolled into one.

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Trees that look like this = bae forever.

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Looks like it's shaping up to be one seriously fun snowday.

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It might be cold, but at least it's beautiful out!

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This squirrel is my spirit animal TBH.

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Stunning urban backyard views.

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There's nothing like walking through a snowy path for the first time.

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Does this not look like something out of a Christmas card?

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So serene.

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Perfectly capturing the downtown core from above.

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Plateau vibes.

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How cute is this adorable winter pup?

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Those tree branches though.

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What most of our views will consist of today.

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Downtown snowfalls are the prettiest snowfalls.

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Walking (the dog) through a winter wonderland.

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