What’s the weather like in Canada in July?
For the very best weather that Canada has to offer, July is a great month to visit the world. With such a vast land mass, weather systems vary across the country. At this time of year some of the biggest tourist hotspots like Vancouver and Toronto are generally warm, dry and bright, perfect for sightseeing and exploring the cities.
At this time of year, Vancouver has average daytime temperatures of 17°C, with highs of 21°C in the hottest part of the day. At night temperatures dip to a low of 13°C, so you’ll need plenty of warm layers, while only 40mm of rain is expected over the course of the month. In Banff, the winter skiing destination is now a warm, sunny region with daytime temperatures of around 22°C, with lots of sunshine and some wet weather. In Toronto, temperatures reach a high of 26°C in July.