Extreme Cold Temperatures in Canada

Posted by on Monday, November 28, 2016

The coldest place in Canada based on average yearly temperature is Eureka, Nunavut, where the temperature averages at -19.7°C.

However, the coldest temperature ever recorded in Canada was -63°C in Snag, Yukon.

Here are the coldest temperatures by Province and Territory

Province/Territory

Temperature

Location

Date

Alberta

-60.6°C

Fort Vermilion

Wednesday, January 11, 1911

British Columbia

-58.9°C

Smith River

Friday, January 31, 1947

Manitoba

-52.8°C

Norway House

Monday, January 9, 1899

New Brunswick

-46.7°C

Chipman

Thursday, January 18, 1925

Newfoundland and Labrador

-51.1°C

Esker

Saturday, February 17, 1973

Northwest Territories

-59.4°C

Fort Resolution

Wednesday, January 8, 1936

Nova Scotia

-41.1°C

Upper Stewiacke

Saturday, January 31, 1920

Nunavut

-57.8°C

Shephard Bay

Tuesday, February 13, 1973

Ontario

-58.3°C

Iroquois Falls

Wednesday, January 23, 1935

Prince Edward Island

-37.2°C

Kilmahumaig

Saturday, January 26, 1884

Quebec

-54.4°C

Doucet

Monday, February 5, 1923

Saskatchewan

-56.7°C

Prince Albert

Wednesday, February 1, 1893

Yukon

-63.0°C

Snag

Monday, February 3, 1947



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