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Subject: Which canadian city has best weather
  I am new immigrant living in toronto for last 2 months

I am planning to move out of toronto , i want to know which canadian city has the best weather, nice, sunny, also other things i like, it should be clean and green, nice beach if possible one option i am thinking is victoria BC, does any one knows about emplyment options there, i am in foreign trade/ international marketing , any other cities i can look


[02-03-2008,01:01]
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KK
(in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)
wow, you don´t want much do you!!!

some people love cold sunny weather and snow so they can ski. others hate the cold and want it rainy. Both call it perfect weather.

Vitoria is mild and wet. It is also expensive. Vancouver rains alot... but it has a beach but I am told it sucks compared to the Mediteranean so who are you going to believe.

Kelowna has nice weather but the beach is on a lake - does that make it still a beach.

So... what is most important, and what do you consider best weather.

Canada does not have 12 months of great weather anywhere so perhaps you may want to think about Florida... but then those pesty hurricanes can be a bit troublesome.

[02-03-2008,02:26]
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Sharon
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I would consider Vancouver is the best place to live though it is bit expensive

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[02-03-2008,19:59]
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jira
(in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)

Northern Alberta has a good weather if ask a polar bear!

I like the weather in Kelowna!

Cheers

Bill

[03-03-2008,19:15]
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Bill
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the more desirable it is, the more expensive it is. no way to escape the reality.


[03-03-2008,19:48]
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Sharon
Which canadian city has best weather (in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)
The Weather Network once showed a map with the most comfortable climates in Canada - and the Okanagan came out on top. And to the person who asked if a beach on a lake is still a beach? I think if you were were sitting on a beach in Kelowna, you wouldn´t really care - it´s simply outstanding and the advantage of being on a lake, is that it´s much warmer and calmer than being on the ocean. Okanagan Lake is fantastic for waterskiing and wakeboarding, and Kelowna is also listed as the "calmest" city in Canada - which (if you´re like me) is important if you don´t like being blown away during a picnic.
Be sure to monitor www.bestweather.ca to see how often Kelowna comes out on top!

[28-06-2009,13:59]
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bestweather
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EDMONTON, ALBERTA ROCKS!!!
[29-06-2009,10:13]
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City of Champs
canda (in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)


some people love cold sunny weather and snow so they can ski. others hate the cold and want it rainy. Both call it perfect weather.

Vitoria is mild and wet. It is also expensive. Vancouver rains alot... but it has a beach but I am told it sucks compared to the Mediteranean so who are you going to believe.

Kelowna has nice weather but the beach is on a lake - does that make it still a beach.

So... what is most important, and what do you consider best weather.

Canada does not have 12 months of great weather anywhere so perhaps you may want to think about Florida... but then those pesty hurricanes can be a bit troublesome.

[27-05-2010,07:14]
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mohammed junaid
(in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)
since you already received some answers regarding the climate I try to answer you job opportunity question. over 80% of canada´s trade is to/from the US. in most cases it is limited to raw material and intra-company goods only. in addition, canada does not have many international companies. most companies you will find are american subsidaries. for this reason you might seriously consider to re-focus your career when coming to canada. you might find something in toronto in the long-run but the chances to find something adequate in victoria or vancouver are very slim. both cities more or less live from tourism and wealthy HK residents/retirees. it´s not easy to make a decent salary (low salaries vs. high cost of living) in BC.
I guess otherwise much more people would try to live in this area fleeing from the brutal winter in the eastern/northern areas...

cheers
brian

[27-05-2010,08:53]
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brian
(in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)
MOVING OUT OF TORONTO FOR WARM WEATHER???????????

WE HIT A RECORD 31C YESTERDAY THE HIGHEST EVER FOR MAY 27TH AND WE ARE SUPPOSE TO SET A RECORD IN TORONTO AGAINS TODAY. WE HAD TGHE DRYEST SPRING ON RECORD AND THE WARMEST SPRIONG ON RECORD!

WHY NOT MOVE TO ARIZONA I HEAR THEIR WEATHER IS SUNNY AND HOT!

Weird

Roy
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[27-05-2010,09:27]
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Roy
best weather in Canada! (in reply to: Which canadian city has best weather)
I have lived in only 2 provinces, ON & now BC. But the provinces in the middle and eastern Canada all pretty much share the same type of weather. Too cold in the winter and too hot and humid in the summer. The air quality in the humid summer in ON is dreadful!
Now I live in Victoria BC on Vancouver Island and it by far has the best year round weather. I am able to wear flip flops year round :) Although it might be a little chilly on the toes come nightfall in the winter. Daytime winter temps average about 8C, but this past Feb we were blessed with sunny days of close to 15C and the daffodils and cherry blossom trees were all in bloom. Winter is our rainy season but we get far less rain than Vancouver and actually 1/2´ less annual rainfall than Toronto, and that doesn´t count Toronto´s snowfall amounts! Summers here are warm and pleasant and no humidity and usually no rain either! Yes Victoria is by far the best place in Canada to live :)

[23-07-2010,16:40]
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Lori