The Weather Network has released Canada's white Christmas forecast and it's very hit or miss depending on where you live across the country.

Even though we're the True North, seeing snow on the ground on December 25 isn't always a given but some locations do have it on lock this year.

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In B.C., the chances of a white Christmas are medium in Prince George but low in Vancouver, Victoria, and Kelowna.

Both Whitehorse and Yellowknife have a 100% chance.

For the Prairies, chances are 100% in Edmonton and Fort McMurray, high in Saskatoon and Regina, medium in Winnipeg, and low in Calgary.

A white Christmas in Northern Ontario is pretty much a lock this year. Meanwhile, Toronto and Windsor have low chances while Ottawa and Montreal have a medium chance.

For the Atlantic provinces, every capital city has a low chance of seeing snow on December 25.

If you're dreaming of a white Christmas but your chances of getting one are low, the forecast could change as we get closer to the holiday.

According to Environment Canada's senior climatologist David Phillips, 80% of the country's regions could have a snowy Christmas Day.

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