Three Canadian Cities Among World’s Most Livable Cities

The Economist’s Intelligence Unit released the Global Livability Report, which rated 140 cities based on the quality of life across five categories: healthcare, stability, culture and environment, infrastructure, and education.

Three of the Top Five Most Livable Cities Are in Canada

A livability report released by the Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 140 cities and Canada had three cities ranked in the top five. Vancouver, Toronto, and Calgary were ranked third, fourth, and fifth as the most “livable” cities. The cities were rated from “acceptable” to “intolerable,” and a score was given between 1 and 100.

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Four Canadian Cities Make the Top 25 Best Places for Quality of Life

The second quarter of 2017 is projected to grow at a rate of 2.5-3%, which should be very doable considering the 3.7% expansion in the first quarter

The second quarter of 2017 is projected to grow at a rate of 2.5-3%, which should be very doable considering the 3.7% expansion in the first quarterAre you looking for a place to reside with the best quality of life in mind? In March 2017, Mercer, an international human resource firm, released the 2017 Mercer Quality of Life Survey. This survey listed four cities in Canada among the top 25 best cities around the globe for quality of life. These four cities were matched against 450 cities evaluated around the world. Vancouver was ranked #5, Toronto #16, Ottawa #18, and Montreal #23. BecomeaCanadian is a private immigration firm committed to providing assistance to foreign nationals wanting to move to Canada.

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