Published: August 24, 2017 By: Greg Devine

According to Analysts at the Economist’s Intelligence Unit, three Canadian cities Vancouver (third place), Toronto (fourth place) and Calgary (fifth place) all placed among the top five most livable cities to live in 2017. The quality of life is measured based on stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.

The top scoring cities are normally mid-sized in wealthier countries and low population density, which is linked to lower crime rates and better infrastructure. Canada’s major cities have continuously improving quality of living, making them top candidates for the best places to reside in the world.

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