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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver has a western maritime climate and has unusually mild winters compared to the rest of Canada. Other cities have snow whereas Vancouver gets rain in the winters because The Rocky Mountains block the cold air coming from the Arctic. Vancouver maybe gets snow 10 days of the year, and it usually melts quickly. Summers are generally warm and sunny.

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Calgary, Alberta

Calgary has very cold winters and gets snow at least 88 days of the year. Calgary's climate is prairie-steppe which means it's usually sunny making wheat and grasslands abundant in the area. Calgary gets a Chinook once in awhile which is a warm wind coming from the Rockies. Calgary's climate is dry with low humidity.

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Regina, Saskatchewan

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg has a windy, dry, cold continental climate with short, hot summers. Although Winnipeg is sunny most of the year, the winters can be very very cold giving it the nickname 'Winterpeg'.

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Toronto, Ontario

Toronto is one of Canada's warmer winter cities and has a semi-continental climate with cold winters and warm, humid summers. Because of Toronto's position on Lake Ontario, Toronto has a warmer winter and a cooler summer. Toronto is fairly sunny.

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa has a semi-continential climate with very very cold winters and humid, warm summers. Ottawa is not on a lake like Toronto so the summers are hotter and the winters cooler. Ottawa winters are quite severe with snow appearing for at least 120 days of the year.

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Quebec City, Quebec

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Montreal, Quebec

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax has an eastern-maritime climate where the winters are cold, and the summers short and warm. Halifax gets snow at least 85 days of the year, and is famous for its fogs and lack of sunshine. In summer however the fogs are rare and warm weather is enjoyed.

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in St. John's, Newfoundland

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Whitehorse, Yukon

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Average Annual Climate & Monthly Weather Conditions in Iqaluit, Nunavut

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