Top 10 Places by Weather

These cities boast comfortable temperatures and mostly sunny skies.

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From the April 2014 issue of the magazine.

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8 comments on “Top 10 Places by Weather

  1. Writer has obviously NOT been to CAMPBELL RIVER B.C. since the PULPMILL closed down a couple of years ago………this is NOW a nice clean retirement community and, so far, a well-kept secret……….housing is reasonably priced and we are quickly becoming known as a bedroom community…….prices in Victoria are DOUBLE those of Campbell River. Right on the ocean with tremendous ocean views………..MUST be considered by those considering retirement…….Albertans already know about us and are arriving here in great numbers. Wonderful fishing and loads of recreational activities……walking trails galore!!!!!

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  2. Why on earth would you include Oakville AND Mississauga, two suburbs of Toronto that are RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER? How stupid is that.

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  3. Yeah, this list is embarrassing! Apparently no matter where you live in Canada, you lose. If you search for a similar type of list for the U.S. you get a much more detailed list.

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  4. Are u kidding me bro ?!?! Where is Victoria, B.C. Probably best weather in NA. Winter never goes lower than 2 and summer never goes higher than 25. Never gets too hot or too cold. Doesn’t rain excessively either.

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  5. Victoria should be number 1 and White Rock number 2.

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  6. And the worst place ? My vote goes to Isachsen.,,,,,,

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  7. How on earth did Toronto and surrounding communities come in ahead of Leamington and where the heck is Windsor; a city that enjoys milder winters, warmer summers and wineries than any of the GTA? Why does everyone hate Windsor? Even with the facts in black and white Windsor is again relegated to “no mention”.

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  8. Ridiculous list, these places are judged by 20+ degree days, but aren’t factoring in humidity and 30+ degree temps, which to me are not plesent.

    And I don’t care about “days with rain”, seriously, when it stops it’s back to business as usual… tell me how many days SNOW is on the ground posing hazards and needing sholving.

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