Talking about the climate of Canada, it is worth noting that it depends on the landscape of water and mountain massifs. Plains and plateau of the Canadian Shield constitute the main part of the country’s territory. Rocky Mountains and British Columbia Valleys are located westward of the plains.
Average temperatures in January and July vary depending on the region. In some areas of the state winter can be extremely cold and harsh and temperatures reach 40 degrees below zero. At the same time, in Southern parts of the country temperature may reach only 15 degrees below zero. Sometimes the level of snow reaches incredible heights. As for example, 3 meters of snow were once recorded in Quebec. To cope with such a cold climate, Canadians invented a brand of warm cloth called “Canada Goose” that became a world leader in the production of warm clothes. British Columbia has a moderate and mild climate with rainy winters. In summer, temperature in these areas can reach 40 degrees featuring wet winds. Precipitations and gusty winds dominate in winter.