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Are we nuts? 4 weeks in February in BsAs - too bloody hot?

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I should clarify that it is now almost 35C in Toronto with 41% humidity - and I'm thinking - yikes, is this the entire month of February in BsAs?

We tend not to use AC - in fact just turned ours on for only the 3rd time in 24 years - but certainly the heat is dampening activity - such as walking, shopping, etc - which would be the cornerstone of our month there. The apartment I'm considering has AC but I don't want to spend time indoors just because it's too hot.

Any comments appreciated.

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