I hate snow. Will I regret moving to Canada?
I come from the tropics, but I live in a warm part of New Zealand. I once went to a cold mountainous area in New Zealand and there minimal was snow and the car's lock froze for a bit. Ever since that visit, I more or less realize that I hate snow. It does look beautiful with green trees mixed in. But if it's a complete blanket of white snow it's depressing for me.
I may have to move to Canada if circumstances force me, but will I regret my move if I hate snow? I'm going to Ontario.
- JavaJoeLv 77 months ago
Either learn to like the snow or don't to Ontario. While there have been years where we got little snow during the winter, there have been some where we've gotten dumped on and it's been a blanket of white all over the place for months at a time.
If snow isn't your thing then you should consider going to Vancouver. They tend to have the warmest climate in Canada and while it does snow there, it's not much or often. But they do get a lot of rain so there is that.
- Anonymous7 months ago
You sound like an old person. You will hate Canada because Winter means snow. Move to Mexico. Canada has allowed for Marijuana for personal use to get us through the winter.
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 78 months ago
Yes, yes you will regret moving here. Because snow and cold.
I live in Waterloo, southern Ontario, where we probably get the least amount of snow and the 'warmest' winter temperatures in mainland Canada. (The southern coast of BC has warmer winters than we do, but their summers suck.)
- thinkingtimeLv 78 months ago
The trees are bare by the time it snows. Arrange for a local to help you get the right clothes and boots.
You could try England if you don't mind rain.
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- Karen LLv 78 months ago
Probably, especially in winter.
- James BlackleyLv 78 months ago
If you hate snow, than yes!
Depending on which part of Ontario you are in, it can snow from October to May (areas in the north and northwest espically) , typically in the south it snows from late November to mid March (sometimes into early April). If you are in the snowbelt areas (areas along Lake Huron, Muskokas, Lake Superior region) they can see up to 20 feet of snow per winter! Generally everywhere else it's 4-5 feet of snow in an "average" winter.
- BryanLv 78 months ago
I am about an hours drive from south Ontario. Most people in Canada live close to the US border. If you move to Ontario you should expect snow on the ground for at least 4 months and likely 5. The days will also be short during that time of year, if that matters to you. Still, many millions of people take it for granted and live there lives in snow country. I suspect you will get used to it.
- ANDRE LLv 78 months ago
If you want to be in Canada during the winter and see little to no snow, then the Vancouver area would be your only choice.
Bring a LOT of money, as housing there is sky high in pricing.
- FoofaLv 78 months ago
You WILL see snow in Ontario. But also a lot of freezing rain and just the bone chilling cold of a snowless winter. I've been all over the world, hiked glaciers in Iceland and the coldest I've ever been was one January in Toronto when I couldn't even breathe because the chill was so severe. I'm a California girl who married a Torontonian and refused to go see my inlaws for four months out of the year. However, if you have Seasonal Affective Disorder this is something that can be treated with light therapy. This is pretty cheap to come by and you can buy a lightbox on Amazon for under $20 CAD.
- Pearl LLv 78 months ago
i would go somewhere else, i heard canada has a lot of snow