According to the US space agency, ice began to creep over the Hudson Bay as early as October 2019.
As winter settled in and the amount of available sunlight dropped, so-called fast ice latched onto the coastline of Manitoba.
Fast ice is the frozen water that anchors to a shoreline or the bottom of the ocean.
Unlike other forms of ice, fast ice does not move with the winds and currents.
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