Hey Canadians, is it true that there is no sun in Canada?
When it isn't snowing, it's raining. And you guys seldom see the sun.
Well that's what a lot of non Canadians believe.
- 7 months ago
There is sun in Canada. It's a sunny spring day where I am.
The non Canadians need to do some googling on Canada.
- VerulamLv 77 months ago
Not so. It tends to be wetter on the West coast for sure, but where we lived, in S.Ontario, we got tons of sun both in Winter and Summer. Spring and Fall were so brief as to be hardly noticed.
- SMH CorpLv 77 months ago
It's true. In fact, there's no sun anywhere on planet Earth. What we see as "the sun" is over 149 million kilometers away from the Earth, and we just see and are warmed by it distantly.
Hope that helps.
- 7 months ago
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- Obi Wan KnievelLv 77 months ago
In the spring and fall seasons (also known as still-winter and almost-winter), most of us forget what the sun looks like. In the winter and summer (also known as winter and road construction), however, we get lots of sun.
- capitalgentlemanLv 77 months ago
Not even close. At the end of June, the sun is up 21 hours a day where I live, and I have lived in a place where it was up all the time in the summer.
The town I grew up in gets more sunshine hours than Miami, Florida.
- Anonymous7 months ago
Yep. It turns black as you cross the border. Just joking. There is nothing nicer in the winter, and common, is a bright clear sky over crisp white snow. In the summer, well, most of us have central air conditioning.
- samLv 67 months ago
in the summer, there 24 hours of daylight in the arctic.
- Jay PLv 77 months ago
Those non Canadians are incorrect.