When people think of Canada, what typically first comes to mind is the cold. Even though cold weather is a part of Canadian life, the country actually has one of the most diverse climates in the word. Depending on the region, temperatures can reach over 100 °F in the summer and -60 °F in the winter.
Canadian winters, however, can provide some of the roughest weather conditions anyone could ever experience. For those that happen to be living in the prairie provinces, temperatures regularly drop to -50 °F without windchill factored in. This YouTube video helps to illustrate just what these drastic temperatures can do.