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Norway is the best place to live

Canada is fourth. Niger is last.

Move to Norway. You’ll live longer, read better and earn more money. That’s the conclusion of the United Nation’s annual Human Development Index, which ranks the quality of life in 182 countries according to life expectancy, literacy rates, school enrolment and national economies. Canada ranks fourth, while the United States comes in at 13th.

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