These 8 Cities Have Been Ranked "Best Weather" In Canada

Where to go to escape the cold.

When we're talking weather, the word "best" can be a little bit ambiguous. In other words, there is a lot personal and subjective preference when it comes to what is considered the "perfect" climate to live in.

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Even though I fail to understand, I do realize that some people love cold weather and snowy winters. But - for the sake of this article and the list below, the "best" cities in Canada when it comes to weather will be referring to the cities with the HIGHEST daily average temperatures all winter. 

AKA. the cities with the mildest winters on average. Regardless of rainfall, heatwaves, or any other meteorological phenomenon, these are the cities that you need to consider if Montreal's -30 degrees winters have proven to be too much torture for you.


8. Toronto, Ontario

Average daily max winter temperature: 0.6 C

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7. Windsor, Ontario

Average daily max winter temperature: 0.9 C

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6. Halifax, Nova Scotia

Average daily max winter temperature: 1.0 C

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5. St. Catherines, Ontario

Average daily max winter temperature: 1.1 C

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4. Kewlona, B.C

Average daily max winter temperature: 1.1 C

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3. Vancouver, B.C

Average daily max winter temperature: 7.1 C

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2. Abbotsford, B.C

Average daily max winter temperature: 7.2 C

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1. Victoria, B.C

Average daily max winter temperature: 8.8 C

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Michelle Cadieux Born and raised Montrealer. Psychology graduate. Meme-lover.