Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary named among the best places to live in the world by The Economist

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Financial Post | Business

TORONTO — Three Canadian cities — Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary — have been named as some of the best places to live in the world, according to a report by The Economist.

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1. Melbourne, Australia

2. Vienna, Austria

3. Vancouver, Canada

4. Toronto, Canada

5. Adelaide, Australia

6. Calgary, Canada

7. Sydney, Australia

8. Helsinki, Finland

9. Perth, Australia

10. Auckland, New Zealand

Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit
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In the annual poll, the magazine’s Intelligence Unit ranked Vancouver as the third most livable city in the world; followed by Toronto at number four, and Calgary tied for fifth place with Adelaide, Australia.

Melbourne, Australia topped the list of 140 cities for the fourth year in a row, with Vienna, Austria coming in second overall.

The Economist ranks the cities on 30 factors across various categories, including stability, health care, culture…

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One thought on “Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary named among the best places to live in the world by The Economist

  1. northernstar

    I entered comments and did not refer to FATCA.. That is off topic.. I love Canada and Love Toronto.. I lived within 40 minutes of NYC and could see the tiny World Trade Towers from t he upstairs windows. I loved NYC and Toronto for the same reasons I love NYC.. Now I live in a rural northern town that I call the Tiny Apple.. I can walk to everything I need. Canada is a wonderful place to live. FATCA is in every part of the world now. I am in the fight to kill it.

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