Summer in Canada From June to August, Canadian summers mean outdoor fun, from hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking to camping, rafting, and road trips. With varying levels of humidity, temperatures range between 59–95°F (15–35°C).Aug 6, 2021
Summary. Canada is cheaper than the US in some aspects, but not others. You'll be paying less for health insurance and rent, but what you'll pay in utilities, gas, and consumer goods will increase. And that's if you can manage to get the visas required to work and live in Canada.
According to Food Banks Canada, thirteen percent of Canadians live in a state of food insecurity, mainly caused by low income, which consistently affects more than four million of us at any given time. We don't have Free Healthcare like everyone tells you. The Canadian health care system is dysfunctional and sucks.
Cons of Living in Canada
- Healthcare. Indeed, Canada's health-care system is both a pro and a con.
- Government Control. Most Canadians believe that their rules of government appear to bypass the choices they can make about their lives.
- Expensive Lifestyle.
- Unfavourable Exchange Rate.
- Challenging Immigration Process.
Hottest Summer Weather
|City||High °F||High °C|
Rate of violent crimes in Canada in 2019, by territory or province (per 100,000 residents)
|Characteristic||Rate of violent crimes per 100,000 residents|
|Prince Edward Island||1,273.68|
The Canadian winter lasts from mid-December to mid-March. It is a great time to enjoy exciting winter activities like snowmobiling and dog sledding. The holiday season (December 20 to January 3) is a very busy time of year because of all the Christmas and New Year's festivities.
Summerland and Penticton, the two communities southwest of Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley, topped our list this year for best weather. They're virtually tied for warm summers and mild winters, with community averaging about 129 days above 20°C, and 255 days above 0°C.Aug 8, 2019