Canada's official measurements are metric, however some people, especially those aged 40 and over, will still use the imperial system for many things.One of the most common holdovers from the imperial system is the use of feet and inches for measurement of short distances and heights, and especially the use of pounds for masses, even among younger Canadians.
Summers in the most populated parts of Canada are generally short and hot.
Summer temperatures over 35°C (95°F) are not unusual in Southern Ontario, the southern Prairies and the southern Interior of B.
In contrast, humidity is often low in the western interior during the summer, even during hot weather, and more cooling occurs at night.
In the winter, eastern Canada, particularly the Atlantic Provinces, are sometimes subject to inclement weather systems entering from the U. bringing snow, high wind, rain, sleet, and temperatures in their wake of under -10°C (14°F).
Most of the information you need is found in the Discover Canada study guide.