My bad. Didn't do the metric to imperial conversion correctly. We were expecting 36-37 C, which is about 96-98 F, so that's a scorcher for Canada. However, with the smoke it was about 22 C, so about 72 F. We rarely see 100+F except in a couple parts of the Interior of BC.
I was born in equatorial Penang, Malaysia but have been in Canada for over 40 years and my body temp tolerance is all-Canadian. I'm a shorts and t-shirt guy year round (t-shirt optional) so I don't like it too hot anymore. I'm most comfortable working outdoors when its 18-20 C, 60s F. Two summers ago, it was in the high 90s for much of the summer, and I ended up working in the garden at night. Literally digging dirt, filling garden boxes and planting trees and blueberry bushes by flashlight and moonlight. Just too hot to do hard manual labour when there's a heat wave.
On a side note, my friend's wife kept their indoor pool at 97F last year and when we jumped in during a heat wave, expecting it to cool us off, it was like swimming in a hot bath. I've literally been in a hot tub in Whistler, BC that was cooler than her pool. This year she dropped the temp to a much more pleasant, swimmable temp.
Watching the news on TV and seeing all the crazy weather the US has to deal with, from flashfloods and hail and tornadoes and heat waves. Wrath of God-type weather this month. Hopefully you all survive and your orchards/gardens/farm don't get too damaged from this crazy weather.