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10 Best Cities to live in Canada

We at Miratel are always interested in seeing how Canada (and its cities) compares to it’s contemporaries on the world’s stage and we have explored this interest in posts like  best country to livesmartest countries, the happiest countries, the  most peaceful countries, the friendliest countries, the most charitable countries, the best countries for quality of life, the best countries for business, the top countries for life expectancy, the best countries for working women, the best country for child well-being, the best countries from social progress, the best countries for higher education, the most popular countries, the least corrupt countries, the countries with the best reputation, the best countries for ease of doing business, the best countries for starting a business, the best country for business, the best country for customer satisfaction, the most gay positive country, the best countries with the most competitive economies, the best countries for entrepreneurship, the most sustainable countries, the best countries to grow old, the best country brand, the most youthful cities, the best cities to live for opportunity, the best countries for business, the most sustainable countries, the most charitable countriesthe most prosperous countries, the countries with the highest minimum wage and the safest countries. Now we’re shifting inward and looking at the top ten best places (cities) to live from MoneySense’s list of Canada’s Best Place to Live 2014.

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MoneySense, “Canada’s leading personal finance magazine and leading personal finance website” “rank[ed] each community across 34 separate categories.” The main grouping of categories included commuting, weather, demographics, wealth, housing, crime, taxation, amenities, health care and culture. Overall, the list contains some 201 Canadian cities that were examined and ranked. Based on these findings the 10 best places to live in Canada 2014 according to MoneySense are:

  1. St. Albert, Alberta
  2. Calgary, Alberta
  3. Strathcona County, Alberta
  4. Ottawa, Ontario
  5. Burlington, Ontario
  6. Boucherville, Québec
  7. Oakville, Ontario
  8. Edmonton, Alberta
  9. Regina, Saskatchewan
  10. Québec, Québec

Toronto ranked 32nd on the list. Alberta was the province that came out on top with 4 cities in the top 10 and Ontario was a close second with three, followed by Québec with two.”The tilt westward doesn’t come without some casualties in the east. Orillia and Owen Sound in Ontario are two prime examples. Growth in these cities [are] stagnant and the job outlook is dim compared to the rest of the country.

This listing also reflects a trend away from big cities and towards smaller ones for the most part. People are shifting out of urban centers and into its surrounding areas, where they perceive they will have a better quality of life. The report notes that people have found that they are content in smaller communities and that it more than makes up for what they are leaving behind in the city.

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