For many Canadians, the idea of living in a winter wonderland is somewhere between “meh” and “I’m off to Mexico, see you in May.” There’s a bright side to winter, however. No matter how cold it is where you live, there’s a good chance that it’s even colder somewhere else in the country. In fact, the lowest temperature ever recorded in Canada was a rather chilly –63 °C in Snag, Yukon, in 1947. Not surprisingly, Snag as a village doesn’t exist anymore. Of the places where people still live though, these are some of the coldest towns and cities in Canada ranked by average low temperature of their coldest month.