If you ask people in the rest of the world to describe the weather in Canada, 90% of them would say it’s cold with a chance of hockey. Even though I made that percentage up, based on my own experience I know it’s true. I think there’s some confusion, in the United States especially, due to the whole celsius versus fahrenheit thing. When we say it’s 30 degrees in Canada in the middle of summer we don’t mean 30 degrees fahrenheit. We mean 30 degrees celsius. Although some of us do mean 30 degrees fahrenheit because even though it’s been over 40 years since the country switched from imperial to metric, most residents are still kind of suspicious of it.