Throughout most of Canada, there are four distinct seasons of winter, spring, summer and fall. However, the climate varies tremendously according to where you go.

During the course of the year, people in more southerly regions can easily experience a temperature range of -30°C to 35°C, whereas the far North has an arctic climate with frozen icecaps year-round.

Toronto, Vancouver and Victoria all tend to have mild winters (Dec-Feb), while cities such as Ottawa, Montreal and Edmonton are notorious for being extremely cold and having a high snowfall but you will find temperatures can vary a lot, even within one city.

Generally speaking summer (Jun-Aug) is hot, while spring and autumn (Mar-Jun, Sep-Nov) tends to be cooler.


Average Weather Guide:

Temperature in Degrees Centigrade

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Rainfall in Millimetres

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The tables above are intended as guidelines only.

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