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March 26, 2014 | By Mark Brown, MoneySense
Top 10 places for the best weather in Canada

With the cold weather dragging on, we look at where you can go to have a good chance of finding sunny skies throughout the year.



Cobourg, Ont. (© Courtesy of Town of Cobourg)
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  • Leamington, Ont. (© Courtesy of Municipality of Leamington)
  • Toronto, Ont. (© Benson Kua/Creative Commons)
  • Salmon Arm, B.C. (© Courtesy of Salmon Arm)
  • Delta, B.C. (© US Embassy Canada/Creative Commons)
  • Port Hope, Ont. (© Matt Jiggins/Creative Commons)
  • Oakville, Ont. (© Courtesy of Town of Oakville)
  • Mississauga, Ont. (© Courtesy of City of Mississauga)
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Unless your city is on wheels there isn’t much you can do about the weather. But that doesn’t mean your hometown’s weather is always the same. New data from Environment Canada points to some notable changes. Toronto, for instance, now averages two more days a year with temperatures above 20˚C. Weather, of course, is pretty subjective, but our overall ranking takes into account several factors related to comfortable temperatures as well as moderate precipitation and snowfall. Click through to see our ranking of the 10 best places for weather in Canada.

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