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    Depends on where in Canada, and what you mean by too cold. Coastal areas tend to be warmer, often above freezing (eg Vancouver, Halifax) but can be humid and wet which make them feel colder. Toronto is often above zero at Christmas too. In many other cities, as long as you dress for the cold you're just fine. I'd be happy to answer any specific questions on Twitter @TravelEater over 6 years ago

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    Christmas adds warmth to an otherwise cold destination. I spent a Christmas in British Columbia some years ago. With the right clothes and a good attitude, you will enjoy a beautiful part of the world. over 6 years ago

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    Canada is known for it's winter, but that adds to the fun. Try ice skating, or skiing or snowboarding or hockey. If snows not your thing go to Victoria, they don't really have winter, it just rains and it is truly one of the most beautiful cities in the world sitting right on the ocean. over 6 years ago

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