Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto ranked among world’s most liveable cities

All three metropolises made the top five on the Economist’s list of livable cities worldwide.


Three Canadian cities broke into the top five in a report from the Economist Intelligence Unit on the world’s most liveable cities.

Although Melbourne, Australia won the first spot, Vancouver ranked third with Toronto in fourth and Calgary right behind in fifth.

The annual survey uses over 30 factors on 140 cities to record the state of health care, education, culture, environment, and stability. Each city is given a score out of 100.

In 2011, Vancouver held first place.

The only other Canadian city to make the list was Montreal in 16th place.

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Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto ranked among world’s most liveable cities


    It’s articles like this that attract millions & billions of illegal refugees to Canada! I’m Canadian, born right here on this soil, & Toronto, Ontario, is a filthy City and a multicultural hell entirely occupied by heathen refugees who want Canada to feed them & serve them hand & foot & finger.

    Canadians are sick and tired of being kept as slaves to provide essential services for illegal refugees and now Canada has food shortages that the United Nations is trying to address:


    • you kinda sond racist to me!! let me remind you that the only true Canadians are the Native Americans..the rest are just immigrants…( Europe, Asia, etc)

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