That's the problem! You live in Canada, which province I don't know. I'm talking about Barrow, Alaska, which may be much farther north than you.
Anything above the Arctic Circle has the same effect during Winter Solstice. That is how they figured out how to mark the arctic circle in the first place. That is the region of the earth that the sun does not rise on during Winter Solstice. But it only happens for 1 day to 3 days. Though the days before and after the sunrise and sunset would also be relatively short, I guess most people wouldn't consider it having daylight at all. But scientifically, how they define sunrise and sunset, they do experience that the other days, no matter how brief the difference between.
I live in the Lower Mainland, and we don't see the sun from September to May. It's all gray clouds and rain