Given how huge Canada is, the chances of having a White Christmas depend on where you live.
The odds are less likely if you live along the West Coast, East Coast or Southern Ontario.
The odds are more likely if you live in the territories, Northern Ontario, Northern Quebec, Labrador, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
In Greater Moncton, Environment Canada says from 1955-2011, we had a 74% chance of having a White Christmas with the odds less likely in more recent years.
Here’s a sample list of cities across Canada:
St. John’s 63%
Quebec City 98%