Canada is known more for having notoriously frigid winters than hot summers. But this year, summer in Canada was definitely hotter than usual.

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The Weather Network recently compiled a list of the hottest cities in Canada this year by counting up the number of 30-degree days for each major city. It may surprise you to know that Toronto landed in the #2 spot, landing just under Kamloops, BC.

Toronto had 33 days this summer that were over 30-degrees, which is just 4 less than Kamloops. There was even one day when the temperatures in Toronto were hotter than Mumbai's!

Following in third place is Ottawa with 25 days, and then Montreal with 16 days.

The ranking only took into consideration core temperatures and excluded the effect of humidity.


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