Canada's weather and environment are two of the major reasons that Canada is such a beautiful country. Canadian weather has four distinct seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall.

Environment Canada has the latest weather forecasts and alerts for our area.


  • The winter season runs from December to March, and is the coldest season of the year.
  • Be prepared for winter weather and to use heavier, warmer clothing such as a winter coats, boots, hats, scarves, gloves or mittens.
  • Winter temperatures average between -12 Celsius (10 Fahrenheit) and 2 Celsius (36 Fahrenheit), but can drop below -20 Celsius (-4 Fahrenheit).


  • The spring season runs from March to June, and brings the gradual return of warmer weather.
  • The snow and ice begin to melt and winter coats and boots are put away for lighter clothing.
  • Spring temperatures average between -6 Celsius (21 Fahrenheit) and 22 Celsius (71 Fahrenheit).
  • The weather can be very rainy in the spring, so it's best to have a raincoat and rubber boots or an umbrella close by.


  • The summer season is from June to September, and is the hottest season of the year.
  • Average temperatures range from 13 Celsius (55 Fahrenheit) to 25 Celsius (76 Fahrenheit).
  • Summer temperature can get as high as 35 Celsius (95 Fahrenheit).
  • Clothing is lighter and sunhats are recommended during the day.


  • The fall season, also known as autumn, is from September to December. It brings with it the return of cooler temperatures and heavier, warmer clothing.
  • Temperatures during the fall months average between -1 Celsius (42 Fahrenheit) and 20 Celsius (69 Fahrenheit).